Survival Scout Tips

The Coming 2019 Food Crisis… and What You Can Do

Repeated storms and flooding in the Midwest have led to all-time low crop planting rates. 15 of 18 states are well behind planting averages. Are you prepared for the consequences come harvest?

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Tips to Ensure Financial Security During A Disaster

Whether a natural, man-made, or economic disaster, you don’t want to be caught unprepared financially. Here are four financial security tips every American should keep in mind.

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Weather Spotting: Spot a Natural Disaster Before It Hits

Are you aware of the warning signs that a dangerous natural weather event is about to occur? Find out how to spot danger and act to stay safe now. 

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From Belgium to Japan: Nuclear Blackouts

Nuclear blackouts are not only a real possibility--they can affect your access to supplies and services. Our world is no stranger to widespread blackouts caused by malfunctions or shutdowns of nuclear reactors. Here's what you need to know to prepare. 

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Survival Fishing Part 4

In this fourth and final installment of our fishing-focused series, you’ll learn how to store, clean, and prepare fish to eat. It’s a skill we should all have.

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5 Ways to Purify Drinking Water in the Event of an Emergency

Will you be able to purify drinking water in the event of an emergency? Keep reading to make sure you know how to prepare while there is time. 

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Planned Power Outages: What You Need to Know

Power company PG&E recently announced planned electric grid outages in parts of California. Learn more about how to prepare for these kinds of intentional losses of power.

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Near-Earth Objects: What Every American Needs to Know

While it may be rare, the threat of an impact from asteroids, comets, and meteorites is possible. It’s happened before. Learn how to prepare and what to expect.

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The Risks on the Wasatch Front

With recent quake activity in Utah and Colorado, it’s important to learn about the risks associated with the Wasatch Front and how it can apply to other areas of the country as well. 

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Stranded: 3 Epic Stories of Survival

Getting stranded can happen to anyone. Perhaps it’s taking a wrong turn in a snowstorm and getting stuck alongside the road. Or falling and injuring yourself while hiking solo on a vacation in the mountains. When it happens, no one wants to be caught unprepared without the knowledge and tools for survival. 

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