10 Ways to Make Fire with Natural Tinders

  Below is a video by AlfieAesthetics about starting a fire with Western Red Cedar Bark, Birch Bark/Birch Dust, Coal Fungus, Pine Cones, Tinder Fungus, Fireweed, Thistle, Punkwood, Wood Shavings & Dried Grass. GET A $25 CREDIT CARD KNIFE FOR 100%…
Matches for Survival

Are matches okay for survival? Meh…they are okay…but lighters are probably better. However, if you purchase the right matches, it will do its job. In the video below, you can watch me discuss the different types of matches and which…
Making a Survival Lamp using Olive Oil

In this day and age, people believe that they cannot survive without technology! Well, the majority of the human race has lived without technology. Henceforth, you can too! When Thomas Edison invited the lightbulb, the world got a whole lot…
Using Steel Wool to Start a Fire

Survival is more than just matches and lighters. It is a skill that requires learning many methods of fire starting. Fire starting is a necessity in just about every wilderness survival situation. In my own opinion, matches are just terrible…
Top 6 Household Fire Tinders

Fire starting is one of the most important necessities of surviving. Carrying a pocket lighter, flint & steel, or matches at all times is very ideal.  In the event you need fire, you have it in your very pocket. There…

Just came across this cool DIY showing how to make tin cans into long-burning stove fuel for campouts and/or emergency heat. They’re known as buddy burners and it’s a great way to re-purpose and good way to show off your…