Exclusive: Creek Stewart lists 6 survival uses for surprising, everyday item
By: CREEK STEWART
I’ve often said that a person’s most important survival skill is the ability to improvise. The skill of “using what you have to get what you need” in a life-threatening survival scenario often involves looking at everyday items through survival-tinted glasses. Many everyday items have surprising survival applications if you’re willing think outside of the box and get creative. Sudden and unexpected survival scenarios all have one thing in common – you’ll never have exactly what you need when you need it.
In my courses at Willow Haven I’ll often challenge students to list as many survival uses they can think of for a variety of random, everyday items that one might find in their purse, car or pockets. It’s a good exercise and always produces surprising results. Below is a great example. Read more »
From: PrepperFestAZ and The Prepper Patch Radio Show
Strengthen family bonds through self-sufficiency and self- reliance. Join us at PrepperFestAZ and reawaken skills that will increase your resiliency during changing times. You’ll hear from knowledgeable instructors such as the Valley Permaculture Alliance and other leading self-reliance educators offering free training and guidance on everything from hydroponics to chicken coop designs and organic health solutions. This hands-on experience features a petting zoo for kids, and a variety of resources, supplies and activities for you. Download PrepperFestAZ Flyer.
You Will Find At The Event:
Animal husbandry: Goat, Chicken & Rabbit Supplies, Bee Keeping & Organic Honey, Petting Zoo
Energy: Hi-Insulation Building Materials, Solar Power Read more »
By Kathryn Lynch-Morin | firstname.lastname@example.org
KOCHVILLE TOWNSHIP, MI — Outdoors loving women and those interested in taking up a new outdoor hobby can look forward to the Ladies Day Out at the Cabela’s Outpost in Saginaw County.
Set for 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, the Ladies Day Out event will feature classes, giveaways and demonstrations.
The first 100 women to register at the store, located at 5202 Bay Road in Saginaw County’s Kochville Township, will receive a free gift.
For women seeking to expand their knowledge and expertise in areas such as outdoor cooking, fly tying, orienteering and wilderness survival, classes include fly tying and casting, outdoor clothing and gear, and geocaching and metal detecting. Read more »