5 Non-GMO Edible Plants In Your Back Yard : Eat Weeds, Not Chemicals - If given the choice of eating naturally grown veggies or those that have been unnaturally genetically modified to withstand massive doses of pesticides, I think any rationally minded human would go the natural route. The proponents of GMO foods are fighting against GMO labels on food products for that very reason – they know people [...]
Creek’s Top 2 Wild Edible Plant Reference Books: Thoughts & Review - If you’re into survival, then you need a few good Wild Edible Plant titles in your survival library. Finding the right ones can be a little overwhelming – trust me, I’ve bought about every wild edible plant guide there is over the past 15 years. Some of them are completely worthless, some are vague and [...]
Wild Grape Jelly: Practicing an important homesteading survival skill - When it comes to Practicing Survival Skills – I’d much rather be out in the field making a sling shot or shooting my 10/22 or chopping fire wood, actually probably doing anything else besides inside at the kitchen counter trying to figure out how to make jelly. But, that’s what learning is all about – [...]
Poke : Pokeweed : Poke Salet : Survival Wild Edible - It’s interesting to me how a plant can be edible and poisonous at the same time. Pokeweed is one of those wild plants. Normally, I stay away from wild edibles that have a poisonous element but Poke is one of those rare exceptions. It’s just too dang good. Poke is normally an early riser – [...]
Is that 253 Maple Seeds in your mouth or are you just happy to see me? - Maple Syrup is a DIVA and get all the glory and fame! The humble Maple Seed sits quietly in the shadows and gets absolutely no credit for the fruit of its labor. Not only are the helicopter wings an aviation and architectural wonder, but the seeds they strategically transport inside the built-in cockpit are an [...]
How to Make a Quick Bushcraft Trail Fork - When I go on an overnight camp/hike I enjoy the ‘camping’ more than the ‘hiking’. I always look forward to picking a site, setting up camp, and getting a fire going so I can relax. I hate pushing a hike up until dusk looking for a site. I prefer to choose a site well before [...]
Marvelous experience full of real practice, clear, easy to follow, very good and personal attention from Creek and Clint, good stuff, excellent tips for real scenarios. You will get the necessary information to apply in different survival adventures or emergencies. Just waiting for the opportunity to get back to Willow Haven and participate in other trainings or courses. Creek and Clint, Thanks a lot and Best Regards from your new friend from Cancun, Mexico!!!!