With all the TV shows depicting "survival", I will sort through the various groups and argue that the reality shows are far from reality.
You can find wilderness areas across the United States. Here's more about what the term means and why these areas are so valuable.
Are the grasshoppers devouring the garden that you are working so hard to keep alive? I say fight fire with fire!
Tornado, facts, myths, and tips to help you make the right decision when facing a possible tornado strike.
Rather than toiling away with annuals, consider creating an edible perennial food forest.
Finding friends out in the country can be challenging.
TERA-Light is a perpetually renewable fire starter that requires no batteries, no chemicals — only air and organic plant material!
Why “hot and humid” doesn’t have to equal “sad and lifeless.”
How living more sustainably can save you in an emergency.
Car tips for prepping and survival for driving in extreme winter weather.
Cycle Greater Yellowstone, an annual event tour launched in 2013, benefits the Greater Yellowstone Coalition.
Which fire starting tool works best - or at all?
Are you able to face any situation that comes your way with the knowledge that you will survive the adversity? Challenge yourself to become an overcomer!
Mountain Rose Herbs hosted a three day benefit festival for Cascadia Wildlands in September of this year.
Survivalists and others who yearn for a better way of life, and a better world, would be best served by studying the successful tribal cultures and ways of the past. Based on an interview with Vine Deloria, author of "God is Red."
A landrace market farmer’s perspective on survival seed banks. Part Two – Suggestions about the types and quantities of seeds to include in an emergency seed bank.
The ground hog may be signalling an early end to winter, but today's a day to stay in with good food, an arsenal of craft projects and a warming bath.
How we stay busy in the winter even though we live at 4200', three miles off the road, and somewhat isolated.
The U.S. Forest Service began hosting roundtable discussions on March 29 (continuing until May 12) to give citizens the opportunity to voice their opinions on the future management of national forests.
An update to the refrigerator root cellar and how the Thermo Cube is keeping it from dipping below the freezing point and how we decided to start a terrace system to make more flat spots in a chicken pasture that's on a hillside that is steep.
Discover the Ozarks region's natural beauty and adventure hot spots as told by Mike McArthy of Photozarks.
Hiking The Ozarks' Lost Valley - Where getting lost is part of the fun! By Mike McArthy of Photozarks