Everyone Will Be Looking For This After The SHTF

If you’ve been prepping for more than, say, a day, you know to stockpile things like food, water, and first aid supplies. That’s the easy to remember stuff, right? We all know we’ll need to eat and stay hydrated. However, there are a number of things many preppers overlook in their planning. Things that will […] Read more »

How To Get Well Water Without Electricity

Considering that most disasters can cause serious disruptions in the water supply and the importance of water for survival, putting in a well is a great idea. Of all the possible sources for water, having a well on your own property is the most secure source you can have. Even so, if the grid goes […] Read more »

Survival Skills Your Great-Grandparents Knew

That Most Of Us Have Forgotten Written by: Rich M Extreme Survival Our modern society is highly dependent upon we’ll call the “system.” Not only do we rely upon utility services to bring us electricity, water and natural gas, but also on an incredibly complex supply chain which provides us with everything from food to […] Read more »


Some nice information in this article. I for one believe that MARTIAL LAW will come within the next couple years, what I don’t know is what will finally bring it about. In the USA we are on the edge of probably 5-7 different scenarios that could bring it about. The race baiting that the Obummer […] Read more »

Alternatives to a Survival Retreat!

          Northwest Survival Retreat Ideal Population Map Nice map with some great info from Modernsurvivalblog.com For the curious, I put together this map awhile ago which illustrates perimeter regions surrounding the population centers of city regions containing populations of 50,000 (red circles) and 200,000 (blue circles) people in the states of Montana, Idaho, eastern […] Read more »

13 Items you Need in a Winter Vehicle Emergency Kit

                         Common Sense? by Bryan Black November 11, 2014 During an emergency, such as a winter storm is a lousy time to think of all the things you should have been carrying. The important thing is not to wait until the last minute to […] Read more »

12 Outdoor Survival Skills Every One Should Master

Think fast: You’re stranded in the woods with darkness falling and no help in sight. Can you to get safety before the elements (or wild animals) get to you? Wilderness guru Creek Stewart checks in to help you determine if your outdoor skills are ready. Sure, you’re in decent shape, and your iPhone has GPS […] Read more »

Things to Look For Every Time You Go To a Yard Sale or Thrift Store

Posted on Tuesday, October 07, 2014 by Bret Fredrickson in Survival Gear, Survival News | Next time you head out to a yard sale, thrift store, estate sale, or anywhere else that has bargains, keep this list in mind. Sterling silver flatware — Even if you can only afford to buy a spoon or a […] Read more »

Is your Bug Out Bag Going to Get You Killed?

By Pat Henry on May 11, 2013@prepperjournal A bug out bag is designed in theory to give you everything you may need to live for at least 72 hours outside of your home and should be considered as part of any comprehensive plan for disaster or true preparedness.  The tendency with bug out bags is […] Read more »

Strategic Survival Cache Placement and Recovery

I’ve thought about doing something like this, it goes back to the old saying, don’t put all your eggs in one basket. For food storage a Strategic Survival Cache  could even include a well concealed root cellar. A survival cache is a hidden stock of goods you’ll need in an emergency It’s pronounced “cash,” and […] Read more »