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Survival and Primitive Technology Websites
Articles on clay and pottery, leather and clothes, stonework and tools, weaving and cordage, food and recipes.
Large informational website covering topics like poison ivy, ticks, heat exhaustion, spider bites, and the psychology of survival.
This site is dedicated to Stone Age technology, atlatl spear throwers, fire by friction, simple kayaks, and bow and arrow.
Links to information about wilderness survival and hiking, including survival tips, personal stories, and equipment reviews.
Society of Primitive Technology
A non-profit organization dedicated to the research, practice and teaching of primitive technology, earth skills, wilderness survival and Native awareness.
Wilderness survival instruction, information, and instructional videos for outdoor enthusiasts.
Survival tips, including fire-making, food and water procurement, building shelters, and using medicinal plants. Focus on jungle and sea/beach survival skills.
An illustrated guide with information, tips, pictures, maps and diagrams.
The Outlands WebStead
Information on homesteading, survival, and other aspects of self-reliance written by people actively involved in living close to the land.
Articles on firemaking, cordage, winter camping, and nature lore. Also teaches workshops in outdoors skills.
Articles by B.L. Benton on many aspects of wilderness survival, including equipment, first aid, procuring food and water, building shelters, navigation, signaling, and making primitive weapons.
Fox Kits Survival Kits and Survival School
Offers wilderness survival kits for all outdoor interests and environments and offers full spectrum survival training from military experts. Includes courses offered, rates, and location in Selmer, Tennessee.
Equipped to Survive
A comprehensive online resource for independent reviews of survival equipment and outdoor gear, as well as search and rescue information.