How to make cement and mortar in the wild (aka survival cement).

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In a survival situation, a mixture of mud and grasses can be used to create a substance known as “survival cement”. Survival cement can be used to construct shelters, create cookware, kilns, and to wrap foods for “clay baking”. It takes two ingredients to make cement in the wild – mud and grass.

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How to build shelters in the wild.

Lean-to shelter

A shelter can protect you from the sun, insects, wind, rain, snow, hot or cold temperatures, and undesirable observation from others. It can give you a feeling of well-being and help you maintain your will to survive. If in doubt about the importance of shelter, remember the “Rule of Threes”: You can survive 3 minutes…

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Lean-To Shelter – how to build a lean-to shelter

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Survival Lean-To Shelter The importance of a Lean-To shelter In a survival situation, shelter takes precedence, even over food. A lean-to survival shelter will protect you from the wind, insects, sun, rain, and extreme temperatures (hot or cold). If you are in a wooded area and have enough natural materials available, you can make a…

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