Expert advice on staying safe in the outdoors from one of America’s best-known survival writers
The best way to survive an extreme situation in the wilderness is to avoid it in the first place, says Rich Johnson in this refreshing new guide to outdoor survival skills. Avoiding both the rigid "primitive skills" ideology and macho, military/survivalist posturing, Johnson focuses on proven, easily implemented methods to handle emergency situations in an easy, low-stress manner.
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||7.30(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Rich Johnson is one of America’s best-known experts on wilderness survival. An Army Special Forces veteran, Rich lived for a year in a remote region of Utah with his family, staying in caves, a wikiup, and an abandoned mine shack and eating snakes, lizards, chipmunks, rabbits, insects, just about anything that wandered by. Rich has written and starred in several non-fiction books and survival videos and has published thousands of articles on outdoor subjects.