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  • Survival Frog Aug 7, 2020

    Surviving the Wilderness through Hunting and Gathering

    <h1>Surviving the Wilderness through Hunting and Gathering</h1>

    Hunting and Gathering is a form of human adaptation and is the oldest and most extensive in terms of time and space. A hunter-gatherer is a person who lives in a community where most or all of the food is obtained from forage, that is, gathering wild plants and hunting wild animals. Ancient humans were… Read More

  • Survival Frog Jul 9, 2020

    How to Live Without Electricity: 7 Key Areas Where You Can

    <h1>How to Live Without Electricity: 7 Key Areas Where You Can</h1>

    Electricity is more than a comfort. Its usage has become a way of life. Many people can’t go back to old ways because they don’t know how. If you want to stop using electricity, you will have to do so a little at a time. It helps to think about this process in terms of areas… Read More

  • Survival Frog May 21, 2020

    Top 10 Natural Shelters every Survivalist must know

    If an emergency situation is happening, it may be better to hide inside your house because it is easier to survive when you have many tools and commodities. But there are situations when it is necessary to leave your home. Even if your survival plan is all about hiding inside, you must have a backup… Read More

  • Survival Frog May 6, 2020

    Let there be light MacGyver-style: How to create survival lights from everyday objects?

    Knowing how to make light in a pinch is a key skill for any survivalist or really just anyone who doesn’t want to get caught unprepared in a crisis. So, whether you like hiking and need some survival tips, whether you want to know how to deal with a prolonged power outage at home, or… Read More

  • Survival Frog Apr 29, 2020

    Is It Possible To Live Off-Grid In A Motorhome?

    There is an undeniable romanticism tethered to the idea of living “off the grid”. Such a way of life seems natural, normal, and — though it is never mistaken for an easy life — all the hard labour is considered “honest”. Off-grid living in a motorhome then seems even more romantic. Whereas living off-grid implies… Read More

  • Survival Frog Mar 16, 2020

    Coronavirus Pandemic Checklist

    While the concerns for contracting the virus are high, especially for those over the age of 60, a larger fear for many is being self-quarantined for an extended period of time. The typical quarantine period is 14 days. Two weeks seems like a long time to be stuck in the home, but it could go longer due… Read More

  • Survival Frog Nov 19, 2019

    How to Bring Your Plants Indoors for Winter

    By Clarence Washington Source Winter is the perfect time for hibernating. It’s the season for cozy fires, flannel sheets, space heaters, warm puffy coats, and that all-important electric blanket. You can survive winter’s freeze, but it’s a bit more challenging for outdoor plants if they’re not native to the region. Frost occurs when the thermometer… Read More

  • David Adams Nov 24, 2018

    Top 20 Outdoor and Survival Gadgets of 2018

    <h1>Top 20 Outdoor and Survival Gadgets of 2018</h1>

    Want to know what the most popular outdoor and survival gear is? We put this list together to show you what your fellow outdoorsmen and preppers have been buying. Grab some of this gear for yourself or give them as gifts to friends and family. #1 – Ultimate Access Lock Pick Set When SHTF, you… Read More

  • David Adams Nov 17, 2018

    Holiday Gift Guide for Preppers and Non-Preppers

    <h1>Holiday Gift Guide for Preppers and Non-Preppers</h1>

    With the holidays coming up, you’re probably thinking about what to get for your loved ones. You want to get them something they’ll like, and also something that they’ll find useful…but where should you start? This gift guide will give you some great ideas for what to get for your loved ones, whether they’re a… Read More

  • David Adams Oct 26, 2018

    Prepping for the Aftermath

    <h1>Prepping for the Aftermath</h1>

    So you made it through the storm. The power is out, a few trees are down, maybe there are a few feet of water in your street. But you’re alive, there’s a roof over your head, and no immediate danger. What now? What to do in the aftermath of a disaster isn’t usually talked about… Read More

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