Since 2010, the mission of SurvivalCache.com is to provide the most in-depth discussions about survival prepping. We want to remove the negativity around prepping. Prepping is about being ready for anything that comes your way; whether that’s a natural disaster or manmade. SurvivalCache is here to educate.
On this site, we strive for the highest-quality researched content from real survivalists, preppers, and outdoor experts. We make sure each piece of content is:
- Battle-tested with real-life experiences and applications
- Products are actually tested with quality pictures
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SurvivalCache.com In The Press
SurvivalCache.com has been featured on many national outlets such as Wikipedia, Wirecutter, NaturalNews, and various news outlets. Here is a selection of where we’ve been featured:
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Meet our Management Team
Jason Peterson – Chief Editor
Jason is a lifelong survivalist. Since he was young, he participated as a Boy Scout, and every weekend he spent outdoors with his grandfather. His grandfather instilled the teachings of how to be a good prepper. In 2010, he decided to put all his teachings into a blog, which fast forward to now, has become SurvivalCache.com
Jason is one of the original founders of SurvivalCache. He now manages the editorial aspects of the site and ensures each article is accurate as it can be.
Meet the SurvivalCache.com Team
Dennis H., ex-Fire Department and a military retail store owner
A life long hunter, fisherman, and outdoorsman, after surviving a devastating tornado touchdown in his home town, he saw the effects on people’s lives as they struggled to cope. He built his first bugout bag a few weeks later and has been a dedicated prepper and survivalist since that time. He as attended numerous schools, camps, and training to hone his skills.
After retiring from the fire department, Dennis opened a retail store catering to the military, law enforcement, and like-minded individuals in the preparedness community. The store offered Dennis the opportunity to become familiar with the best of survival and tactical equipment. As a licensed firearms dealer, he also had a chance to handle, fire, and evaluate a wide range of weapons.
Dennis closed his store several years ago and now concentrates on his large garden and greenhouse, keeping his shooting and tactical skills sharp, reloading, and teaching his grandsons the skills they will need in the future.
Read the full interview with Dennis.
Bryan Lynch, Outdoor Enthusiast and Author
Bryan grew up in the Midwest and spent every waking moment outdoors. Learning how to hunt, fish, read the land and be self-reliant was part of everyday life. These teachings from his parents were invaluable and he has carried them him wherever he goes.
As a teenager, he became more interested in emergency preparedness. It wasn’t long after that he started his never-ending journey of learning about being self-reliant and prepared. Eventually, he would combine his passions for the outdoors, emergency preparedness, and writing. His goal was to spread positive information about this field in an effort to educate and help as many as he could.
Bryan is a published author with Fox Chapel Publishing. In 2019, Bryan authored the book, Swiss Army Knife Camping and Outdoor Survival Guide. His second book, Paracord Projects For Camping and Outdoor Survival, is scheduled to be released on March 2, 2021.
Bryan Rucker, Outdoor Expert
Brian Rucker has spent his entire life participating in essentially all things wildlife. His concern grew astronomically during the previous tensions between the United States and other nations. He also has grown a substantial interest in survival and sustainability due to the current shape of the world over the years. He believes that preparation triumphs all things.
First, he looked into nuclear weapons risks due to the tensions at that time. Later, he decided to take what he already knew from his years of wildlife experience and learn more about survival and sustainability so that he would be better prepared if disaster struck. He’s spent years researching the ins and outs of potential disaster, both manmade and naturally occurring.
A few areas that he has studied include supervolcanic eruptions, solar flares, nuclear and EMP blast, not to mention hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, wildfires and much more. His ultimate goal is to learn as much as possible on a consistent basis, so that he can not only learn new things himself, but help to inform others as well.
Michael Major, a veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces
Michael is a survivalist, traditional bowhunter, student of traditional and primitive skills, as well as a veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces. He is also a husband and father and makes his home in British Columbia, Canada.
Check out Michaels’ LinkedIn to learn more about his expertise, and read his interview here.
Joseph Bryant and Noemi Gonzales, firearm and survival enthusiasts
Joseph Bryant and Noemi Gonzales are a dynamic duo that share a passion for firearms, survival education and gear, martial arts, and adventure.
Spending much of their time training Jiu-Jitsu/Judo/MMA training with their two daughters at local schools helps to keep these two sharp as they continue to run their business endeavors together and prioritize preparation and readiness in their homeschool-based household.
These two also have experience with hunting, training with firearms, various forms of self-defense, and preparing for potential worse-case scenarios and work hard to pass this knowledge on to their two daughters.
Read the full interview with Joseph and Noemi.
Elijah Langford, an outdoor enthusiast
There is a certain loneliness that the wilderness provides. Elijah has been seeking that particular loneliness since he was very young. The first introduction to this elusive feeling was brought about while fly-fishing. Since then, he has sought ‘smallness’ in everything he does.
After cutting his teeth on the art of survival in the Ozark Mountains, he has become proficient in flintknapping, fire-making, fly-fishing, and foraging. After leaving Arkansas, and then Tennessee to chase the trout he dearly loves, the Colorado Rockies have become his permanent home where he resides with his wife and daughter. When he is not outside tinkering or stalking trout, you will find him at home writing, painting, and caring for his extensive orchid collection.
Read the full interview with Elijah.
Since I could hold a rifle I was taught marksmanship, and have shot competitively at different levels and in different events throughout my life. I’ve fired and maintained a variety of small arms, with a focus on US service rifles. Growing up, I’ve always been taught self-reliance, and my experience as an adult has only reinforced this. I strongly believe in having a family emergency plan and preparedness in general.
Read the full interview with Mr. Smashy
I am a Boy Scout and an avid outdoorsman. I specialize in knives (and other cutting implements), various knots & lashings, traditional skills such as blacksmithing & woodworking, Bushcraft and fire starting. I am in the process of outfitting an operational blacksmith/wood wright shop for use as an instructional aid and as a home for my hobbies of knifemaking, woodworking, and leatherworking.
Read the full interview with Josh.
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