tracking people in the woods

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  Learning how to track (and not be tracked) could be a life-saving skill during a SHTF situation. This 3-part eFoodsDirect tracking series has focused on the skills that will enable beginning trackers to identify key prints and displacement of the natural environment. The basics of tracking are decidedly low-tech and have changed very little,… Read more »


natural antibiotics

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  Preparing for the end of the world as we know it (TEOTWAWKI) is a daunting task, to say the least. Breaking down your survival plan into specific categories makes both budgeting for the purchases and keeping an accurate inventory of your preps an organized endeavor. The survival guide series will offer preparedness hacks and… Read more »


emergency light sources

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  Prepping for a long-term disaster, no matter what type of disaster you feel is most likely to impact your life, should involve plans to light the home or survival retreat. Generators are the obvious choice to continue to power and light your home during a disaster, but fuel could run out long before the… Read more »


survival tools

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  Prepping tools surely include the standard hand tools found at any local hardware store, but industrious preppers are always on the lookout for dual-purpose, durable, inexpensive and lightweight homesteading and self-defense tools that can enhance the family’s overall chance of survival. This portion of the eFoodsDirect Fall Survival Guide series will highlight both the… Read more »