WelcomeNature is unforgiving and it is not the strongest nor smartest that survive but rather, the ones who are the best prepared. Wilderness Arena provides an extensive cache of survival guides, emergency survival tactics and techniques, and survival resources for anyone seeking to win the battle to survive in the urban or wilderness arenas.
- Food, Water, Shelter
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- Build a cheap min-greenhouse out of old shelving units
- Eat bugs for survival? The U.N. says it’s a good idea in new promotion for Entomophagy
- Is human waste OK to use for compost or fertilizer?
- How to make a powerful survival bow out of cheap PVC pipe
- How to tap a pine tree to collect pine tree sap
- How to build an elevated, raised Bog Ken shelter in the wilderness
- Making Char Cloth (charcloth) – the essential outdoors firestarting material
- Convenient method of storing and carrying paracord rope – the “paracord grenade”
- Samsung announces the new Galaxy Xcover 2 smartphone – rugged smartphone for adventurers with nifty outdoorsman features
- Alcohol burning cat food can stove – easy to make, easy to carry
This material is provided by Wilderness Arena and its authors for educational use only and is not a substitute for specific training or survival, medical, and wilderness experience. Wilderness Arena and the author assume no liability for any individual's use of or reliance upon any material contained or referenced herein. When going into the outdoors it is your responsibility to have the proper knowledge, experience, and equipment to travel safely and survive.
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It is not the strongest of the species that perseveres, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most prepared. - Charles Darwin