wilderness

  1. TheUndeadPhoenix

    Looking for empty land in New York or New England

    I've been stuck in NYC for the last like 4 years in an apartment. I want to go into the woods for awhile and live off the land, somewhere I'm not going to be bothered by landowners or cops/rangers. I want to be able to build stuff and if I have to worry about rangers kicking me off of state...
  2. beginnavagabond

    Living alone in wilderness but nearby civilisation

    I've heard all about how if you decide to go to the wild you should partner up with people to ensure survival which I totally agree with. If I were to do it alone, is there a place I can live nearby a town just in case I need outside help and would that be a good idea? I was wondering about...
  3. Sebe Bach

    patient assessment system

    hey, so these are some of my notes from a wilderness medicine certification I did years ago. this kinda knowledge is especially good for travelers as it emphasizes improvisation and lack of resources. the patient assessment system is the smallest "chunk" of knowledge that is useful in this field...
  4. black

    questions about surviving in the Puget Sound wilderness (food availibility, weather, community)

    So I know there's some of you that have some experience in that particular area and my first post on this was pretty vague, and was about general tips on the area and where to be. this post is different in that it's inspired by my general green-ness and fear of transitioning. so I have some...
  5. Brother X

    News & Blogs Why I Choose to Live in Wayne National Forest

    "Everyone is welcome to join the occupation, beginning on May 12th. Everyone is welcome to visit. Everyone is welcome to participate, in one way or another, in this land defense project." From: https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/anonymous-why-i-choose-to-live-in-wayne-national-forest TO...
  6. black

    hai from GA. pagans, An-Coms, musicians, and greenhorn woodsfolk here. come say hi.

    hello all. i'm randi. i'm 24, an Esetrother, long time libertarian socialist, and beginner outdoorsman. me and my wife are just starting our dive into squatting and leaving behind suburban life. we are currently both gathering resources/tools and educating ourselves on the necessary...
  7. Gregory

    Leaving for the Wilderness, living off of nature

    Hi , I have been a backpacker all of my life and wilderness survival guide. I am going back into the remote wilderness to live in nature, away from society and man made things. I am looking for a partner and had rather have a female that has the will and desire to go off grid and into the...
  8. Cornelius Vango

    Extreme Climate Techniques and Tricks

    So, you've found yourself in the wilderness in an extreme climate. It's EXTREMELY hot, or cold, or rainy, or swampy, or dry... What are some ways that you keep yourself not only alive by meeting your basic needs, but also be comfortable as you can be (besides climbing into the nearest place with...
  9. Garnet Henderson

    Want to talk to me for a VICE article?

    Hi everyone, I'm a freelance journalist working on an article for VICE about people living in U.S. National Forests, both by choice or because of hardship. It's a follow-up of sorts to an article I wrote about the housing shortage in my hometown, Jackson Hole (can't link to it because I'm a...