Imagine being able to "practice prepping" with the skills you've newly learned opposed to just "hearing" how to do them at a conference or seminar and then never having an opportunity to "use" the skills until ... well, after the poo-hits-the-fan, which unfortunately may be too late.
So many of us buy and emergency bag (bug-out bag) and then begin to cram it full of "prepper" items without giving a thought as to how they work; or if they even do work. I remember watching Lee Stroud on one of his episodes pulling an item out that he had never used before and the item didn't work while he was in a survival situation. Like I said, after the poo-hits-the-fan is not the time to be learning!
This is the premise behind Prepper Camp; it is a total immersion event in preparedness, survival, camping craft and homesteading skills.
We have gathered some of the top preparedness speakers from around the country to share their knowledge and practical prepping skills:
** Check back for speaker updates
Prepper Camp is nestled in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina off Interstate 26 (South of Ashville, NC - North of Greenville, SC - and West of Charlotte, NC) an easy commute from any direction.
And look at some of the awesome skill-sets that will taught!! >>
Back To The Basics
Blacksmith "On the Cheap"
Bug Out Bag (What should go in it)
Disaster Preparedness Basics
Dutch Oven Cooking
Educating Children After the Grid Goes Down
Emergency Medical Kits
Essential Oils (Using and Making)
Fire Arms for Bug Out Survival
Fire Arms Safety
Grinding Grains and Making Nut Butters
Hygiene from From Food Storage
Survival Knot Tying
Lifesaving (in the Water)
Navigation (Day and Night)
More classes, sessions and speakers are being added so please check in at www.preppercamp.com periodically to get more information and updates!
- Survivor Jane
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