Our blogs are written by NRS instructors and guests to offer you the reader insight into engaging in the great outdoors. Topics range from homesteading to huntervationism (our word) and everything in between. Whether you want to know the best app, or the best pack, we will do all we can to offer you our decades of experience to inform you.

First Aid for Deer Camp

by Craig Caudill | 25 October, 2023

The Comfort Crisis, Book Review and Real-Life Application

by Craig Caudill | 16 February, 2023

What do you see?

by Craig Caudill | 23 January, 2023

Nature Reliance School Instructor Cadre Book List

by Craig Caudill | 05 December, 2022

Ten Health Benefits From Cold Weather

by Craig Caudill | 15 November, 2022

Eastern Kentucky Flooding Rescues - Many Lessons Learned

by Craig Caudill | 13 October, 2022

The EBL Solar and Battery Power Supply

by Craig Caudill | 17 August, 2022

I recently picked up a EBL 1000W Portable Power Supply from the manufacturer.  Portable Power is quickly becoming affordable and useful for emergencies, camping, hunting trips, and more.  

Terrible Land Nav Advice

by Craig Caudill | 03 June, 2022

One of the funnest (note this is a sarcastic statement) parts of writing a book is going through the editing process with an editor.  When we were putting Essential Wilderness Navigation my editor......

Jackery 1500 - Portable Power Station and Solar System

by Craig Caudill | 13 January, 2022

"BOSS" Wilderness Survival Kits Review - New 8 Video Series!

by Craig Caudill | 03 January, 2022

Hill People Gear SAR Kit Bag and Contents

by Craig Caudill | 28 October, 2021

Remembering My Uncle Jimmy

by Craig Caudill | 22 August, 2021

Gun and Ammo Gun Sales Fund National Wildlife Conservation

by Craig Caudill | 10 June, 2021

Observe a Flycatcher's Journey

by Craig Caudill | 09 June, 2021

Introduction:  There are many small woodland areas near small and large cities that allow us to get away from our homes and enjoy nature.  Kinclaven Bluebell Wood in springtime is a great place to explore among mature trees and flowers and hopefully get a glimpse of animals and butterflies that frequent the area.   

Small Backpack Inclusions That Will Save Your Sanity in Downtime

by Craig Caudill | 22 March, 2021

Winter Car Survival Kit

by Craig Caudill | 18 February, 2021

Craig jumped on video and gave some vitally important and insight details about what he carries in his vehicle survival supplies.  It includes items that......

I Fell 150 Feet and Survived.

by Tracy Trimble | 17 December, 2020

Mountain Climbing for Beginners

by Tracy Trimble | 29 November, 2020

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