Be More Prepared For Your Next Outdoor Adventure

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Don't leave home without knowing these six essential survival skills!

Join the free Alderleaf eNews and you'll get a copy of our survival mini guide as a welcome gift. You'll discover the strategies of:

  • Shelter & fire to prevent the number one cause of death
  • Obtaining clean water to avoid life-threatening dehydration
  • Common wild survival foods and other critical skills!

You never know what's going to happen in the great outdoors. Nature is often unpredictable. Thousands of hikers become lost each year. Unfortunately hundreds perish, often due to a lack of knowledge and preparation. This guide features the essentials for staying alive and safe.

Our eNews articles encompass topics ranging from wilderness survival, wild edible & medicinal plants, sustainable living skills, wildlife tracking, and more. We also share our favorite, often-overlooked survival tips!

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Written by Jason Knight

Jason Knight is passionate about helping people learn wilderness survival skills. Since 1997, he's taught thousands of people, including training hundreds of adults to become survival instructors. He has consulted as a local wilderness skills expert for the Discovery Channel and has been featured on NPR. He is a cofounder and instructor at Alderleaf Wilderness College, one of the leading outdoor schools in the United States offering courses on wilderness survival to the general public and a broad range of clients including the US Forest Service, the Seattle Mountaineers, and the cast of the award-winning film Captain Fantastic.

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