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Survival: Wild Edible Plants

Survival: Wild Edible Plants

Posted by Jeff Wise on Dec 9th 2021

Terence McKenna--A famous American Philosopher, Ethnobotanist (one who studies a region's plants and their practical uses through the traditional knowledge of local culture and people), and author once stated, "Nature loves courage. You make the commitment and nature will respond to that commitment …
Hiker Lost in Zion Wilderness: What Would You do to Survive?

Hiker Lost in Zion Wilderness: What Would You do to Survive?

Posted by Austin Lester on Oct 22nd 2021

On the afternoon of October 6th, 38-year-old hiker Holly Courtier took a shuttle to Zion National Park expecting to spend the afternoon exploring the famed national park wilderness area. According to news networks, she was reported as a missing person two days later on October 8th. Thankfully, Holly …
Rikki's 72 Hour Survival Challenge

Rikki's 72 Hour Survival Challenge

Posted by Rikki Silhavy on Jul 27th 2021

Fieldcraft Survival Director of Training, Kevin Estela, recently got challenged by the company’s CEO, Mike Glover to complete a 72-hour bug out in the high desert of Utah with nothing but the clothes on his back and whatever he could fit in a sandwich bag. Let me reiterate, that’s a 6 ½ inch by 5 7/ …
​Traveling Prepared: Mobility Contents

​Traveling Prepared: Mobility Contents

Posted by Amber Elle on Apr 29th 2021

Since a significant percentage of the average family’s waking hours are spent behind the wheel, it’s paramount that we take the necessary steps to ensure that we are prepared and trained to address the most common issues motorists may face during both daily commutes as well as extended road trips. F …
Introduction to Food Storage

Introduction to Food Storage

Posted by Amber Elle on Feb 22nd 2021

When it comes to preparedness in my home, I work diligently to make sure that it flows with the normalcy of our routine as much as possible. Rather than viewing preparedness as a staunch concept that runs perpendicular to who we are, it is a parallel vein of sustainability in the life that we li …
The Tactical Pause

The Tactical Pause

Nov 23rd 2020

I was ten years old in a very front bunker with my dad in a paintball match. Paintballs were slamming our cover and flying over the top like a swarm of bees. I got so scared thinking of how bad I was going to get lit up I started to cry. My dad looked over at me and told me it’s okay son they’re jus …