Time spent in the wilderness is of great value. I am sure that comes as no surprise to anyone who follows our work at Nature Reliance School. We place a HIGH value on proactive mindset, skills, tactics, and gear when it comes to survival training.
Tracy Trimble, (far left in the featured photo above) has been a part of Nature Reliance School from the very beginning. For those that are part of the NRS family, Tracy is an incredibly familiar face and instructor. Tracy has also been spending a lot of time and energy in recent years working with search and rescue.
I asked Tracy to join me for an episode of The Survival Show podcast and speak on how to not get lost in the wilderness, AND what to do if unforseen circumstances get you lost so a SAR team can more readily find you. Just click on the player and listen in on Tracy’s great advice!
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Craig Caudill is the Founder and Chief Instructor of Nature Reliance School. He specializes in teaching outdoor related topics to include, survival, tracking, nature awareness and more for private or public groups, and government agencies. Craig is the author of three books, Extreme Wilderness Survival and Ultimate Wilderness Gear, and Essential Wilderness Navigation (co-authored with Tracy Trimble) from Page Street Publishing, distributed by Macmillan Publishing as well as co-author of The Tiny Survival Guide.
Craig is co-host of the popular The Survival Show podcast, is a frequent contributor to TV outlets, blog sites, magazines and is a popular online outdoor educator. Pick up the books, subscribe to him on Youtube, or join Craig and the other NRS Instructors in a class so they can help you be more safe and aware in the outdoors.