Featured by Tim MacWelch/ Outdoor Life
Start planning now for a healthy crop of homegrown food
Scout your site, research plants, and buy supplies to avoid the spring gardening rush.
The two types of fungi you want in your fire-starting kit
They’re not wood, but they burn just as well.
Make your own maple syrup without harming the trees
Maple trees are just the beginning. You can tap, boil, and brew tree syrup from many other species too.
How to build snowshoes on the fly—and 4 other tips for surviving deep snow
If you find yourself in a winter survival situation, you’ll need to fight off hypothermia and trek back to civilization.
Winter survival shelters you should know how to build
Makeshift habitats can help you survive a crisis during the coldest months of the year.
13 edible plants you can still find in the winter
Learn to locate and recognize these forageable species in the coldest season of the year.
How to stock your pantry to endure a long, uncertain winter
When it’s time to shop, think like a survivalist.
Wood filters, hot rocks, and seven other ways to purify water in the wild
Access to safe drinking water is critical in camping or survival situations
Bone broth will sustain you at home and in the wild. Here’s how to make it.
Knowing how to cook a simple broth will keep you well-fed and hydrated.
The 10-step guide to survival in an emergency
Should you build a fire or shelter first?