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Principles of Survival – Mitigate Risk and Fear

One of the most important survival skills may not be what you think. The most important skill is the ability to recognize the need to make personal safety a priority. I have spent years training in the bush, and have developed the 6 Principles of Survival. Shelter, fire, and water become irrelevant when you do […]

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Survival Uses of the Amazing Pawpaw Tree

If you live in the Eastern United States, you may have a wonderful survival recourse growing near you. We’re referring to the amazing Pawpaw tree. The Pawpaw grows in wet woodlands all over the eastern part of this country. If you have ever eaten a Pawpaw then you know the pleasure of, in our opinion, […]

35% Off Family Summer Sale

35% OFF FAMILY SUMMER SALE Save 35% Off and Bring a KID for FREE!! APPLIES TO FIRST 5 SPOTS OF EACH COURSE ONLY Valid now till July 30th, 2017.  Applies for kids ages 10-16 years old. Excludes International Courses.  Discount applies to Instructor Program and SERE Course, but excludes kids. When asked to enter Student […]

How to Make Japanese Weave Spoke Basket

Japanese Weave Spoke Basket The Japanese weave is an easy method for creating a carrying container that is not only functional but is also artistic. The benefit of this type of spoke basket over the simple over and under weave is that you do not need to remove or add an additional spoke. For instance […]

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25% Off Special Tax Sale

Take advantage of our Special Tax Sale!! It’s that time again… Tax Season.  We are offering a 25% Off Special Tax Sale as our way of giving back to the hard working Americans out there who make our country great.  We are extremely grateful for all of our amazing supporters, and we want to thank […]

The Lost Art of Tracking

Is Tracking Necessary? Tracking, a highly once sought after skill continues to disappear with the modern survival movement.  We have taken self-reliance and survival and made it trendy, marketing it with tons of gear and supposed know how.  We have become a generation dependent on stuff, and have left many of the old world ways […]

45 Day Instructor Course Testimonial

The Survival Instructor Course… How it all began… I have always been interested in survival and self reliance. From the days of my childhood and on into my teenage years , I pondered the ways of the settlers and the Indians.  During my teenage years, my closest friends and I would go camping or just […]

The Realities of Primitive Trapping

So you have watched YouTube. You have learned some primitive traps. You have even set some squirrel poles in your backyard and have killed some mice with deadfalls. Now you feel you are ready to go into the wilderness for an extended stay to test your trapping abilities. You’re going to live off the land […]

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How to Dress for Cold Weather Survival

How to Dress for Cold Weather Survival in Winter Conditions Winter dress is one of the most important factors when taking trips into the woods in cold conditions. If you don’t dress right you won’t enjoy your trip nearly as much, so in this article we are going to break down what do wear and […]

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