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Primitive Skills, Better Prepared

Primitive Skills, Better Prepared
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live

3-20-16 Primitive Skills ShowThis week on Herbal Prepper Live, we’re talking to Michael Douglas of the Maine Primitive Skills School. Hear from one of the field’s experts how primitive skills can help you both in good times and in bad. Continue reading Primitive Skills, Better Prepared

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Knowing Primitive Skills

Knowing Primitive Skills
Karen Lynn “Lil’ Suburban Homestead
Primitive Skills

This week Karen Lynn has special guest Larry Roberts, qualified and highly skilled primitive skills show host at Around The Cabin.com  who has attended some of the most advanced Survival classes and he brings such enthusiasm to pushing himself and learning more and more about all of the skills he would need to survive in any situation and shares this information on his you tuber channel and on shows Continue reading Knowing Primitive Skills

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Survival Skills and Hands on Training!

Survival Skills and Hands on Training!
James Walton “I Am Liberty

Survival Skills AnkleWrap800x600From bush craft to natural medicines and even good old fashioned self defense. Tonight on I Am Liberty we have Sam Coffman. The man behind www.thehumanpath.com, in my opinion, the most comprehensive survival school in the country.

There is no substitute for on the job training, hands on experience. I can tell you that it would be quite a task to find a better teacher than Sam Coffman. Continue reading Survival Skills and Hands on Training!

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The Herbal Prepper & The Herbal Medic!

The Herbal Prepper & The Herbal Medic!
Interview with Sam Coffman of The Herbal Medic
Host: Cat Ellis “The Herbal Prepper”

Sam Coffman AnkleWrapThis Sunday at 7pm EST/4pm PST, join me as I interview clinical herbalist Sam Coffman. Sam is a former Green Beret, as well as the voice behind, “The Herbal Medic” which airs on Prepper Broadcasting every Tuesday evening at 9pm EST/6pm PST.

Sam Coffman is the educator and driving force behind The Human Path, his survival skills school based in San Antonio, Texas. The course Continue reading The Herbal Prepper & The Herbal Medic!

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Primitive Skills, Putting Them to the Test: Do you have what it takes?

Primitive Skills, Putting Them to the Test: Do you have what it takes?
Host: Sam Coffman “The Human Path”

Primitive Skills  Thanks to television and the internet, there are a lot of misconceptions today about what it actually takes to survive in the woods. In our first-world environment in North America, we grow up now without any real connection to the amount of work it takes to survive, let alone any kind of connection to our natural environment itself.

Primitive SkillsAfter returning from the deep jungle in Nicaragua and observing the indigenous Indians of that region, I feel it is important to call attention to the concept of primitive living skills. While it is one thing to learn the skills, it is an entirely different concept to have to live off of them (especially alone) indefinitely in the wilderness. If you are in a survival situation where you must live off the land, what are the most important basic tools you would want to have with you? What do you think are some of the most important implements you would need to make? Is the order of basic necessities (food, water, shelter, fire, security) always the same? How important are the mental aspects of survival and is there any way to train or improve that part of yourself? Continue reading Primitive Skills, Putting Them to the Test: Do you have what it takes?

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