This video demonstrates how to build a great cold weather shelter with custom beds and fireplace.
This video will demonstrate how you can easily cut down larger trees with a knife.
Lonnie shows here a quick and easy survival food that is available year round that could easily make the difference between life and death. It is easily prepared with no cooking (eat it raw). All that is needed is a knife but even that is not necessary. This food could be gathered using a sharp edged rock. This food is also one of the easiest foods to identify.
Guide to making a light weight DIY backpacking stove for boiling water or cooking.
During the recent Do It Yourself World survival training weekend we learned how to cook with cast iron cookware over a camp fire. This may sound simple, but there are certain techniques involved in cooking with an open fire. You cannot control the fire temperature as easily as you can with the stove top in your house.
Cast iron is rugged and perfect for cooking right over the coals of a fire. You can boil water, bake bread and slow cook some fine meals with cast iron. You can even fry eggs.
You should practice using your survival gear and survival food stash now when you have time. When your life depends on it is not the time to learn how to cook in the wilds.
Federal Aviation Administration guide to wilderness survival in tropical regions
Video guide to building a Tipi in a survival situation
Reggie Bennett from the Mountain Shepherd Survival School teaches how to make a stronger shelter if you have enough materials, the tepee.
These are the 7 proven methods of obtaining water in the the dry season or in arid enviroments.
I demonstrate all of them so that you can walk away from this video with the confidence that you wont need for water anywhere you go.