Lists

If you love list-type articles, you’ll find plenty of survival lists in here. Lists are easier to remember and apply, so enjoy the ones below, and don’t forget to apply what you learn!

8 Places to Store Batteries for SHTF

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When it comes to a SHTF event, having the batteries you need to power your various devices can mean the difference between being comfortable and being distressed. A SHTF event will be disorienting and confusing enough as it is. The last thing you and your family want to deal with …

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11 Places to Avoid Going When SHTF

11 Places to Avoid Going When SHTF

When it comes to being prepared for a SHTF event, preppers are focused on threats from natural disasters to nuclear wars, EMPs, and devastating cosmic events.  The situations that people can focus on and become obsessed with preparing for and unpredictable and vary widely. There’s no way that one person …

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12 Types of Knives You Need for Survival

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There is no more iconic piece of warrior equipment than the naked blade. Mankind has been hunting, warring, and killing for thousands of years. Though technology may advance, materials get better, new techniques are developed, the human remains the same. He still requires food, clothing, shelter, and protection from harm. …

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7 Ways to Keep Your Soil Fertile

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The fertility of your land doesn’t remain constant, especially if you deplete the soil by growing vegetables and fruit. Just like anything else, your land must be nourished and properly cared for to continue growing food to supply your family. Keeping your land fertile first requires that you used that …

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Wait! Don’t Throw These 11 Things Away…

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As a homesteader or prepper, it’s important to recognize the value in trash. What’s that saying—one man’s trash is another man’s juice jug? Something like that. There are several crucial household items that often—out of laziness or lack of ingenuity—end up in the trash can. While this habit contributes to …

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