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  1. Basic & Primitive Navigation: A Waterproof Pocket Guide to Wilderness Skills and Techniques

    Basic & Primitive Navigation: A Waterproof Pocket Guide to Wilderness Skills and Techniques

    $6.95
    Education is a critical part of safety, particularly when it comes to not getting lost. "Staying found" and knowing what to do if you become lost are two extremely important lessons. Learn More
  2. Shelter, Fire, Water: A Waterproof Pocket Guide to Three Key Elements of Survival

    Shelter, Fire, Water: A Waterproof Pocket Guide to Three Key Elements of Survival

    $6.95
    Shelter, fire and water are the three keys to survival and to maintaining your "core temperature control" (CTC). This indispensable reference guide shows how to create and use each of these elements most effectively and economically, while keeping the next stage or steps clearly in focus — an often-forgotten, yet critical, component of many survival scenarios. This reference guide was originally created as a teaching tool for use in the Pathfinder School System’s Wilderness Self Reliance program. Six-panel, two-sided pamphlet is waterproof and tear-resistant. Measures approx. 8¼" x 3¾" folded and opens to 22¼" wide. Learn More
  3. Signaling for Rescue: A Waterproof Pocket Guide to Helping Searchers Find You

    Signaling for Rescue: A Waterproof Pocket Guide to Helping Searchers Find You

    $6.95
    Signaling knowledge is as important for your survival as shelter, fire, and water. This indispensable guide helps you think like a search-and-rescue team member – a skill that just might save your life! Learn More
  4. Troop Leadership Training Cards

    Troop Leadership Training Cards

    $3.99
    This complete set of youth leader position description cards is a resource for Troop Leadership Training and is designed to help adult leaders prepare youth to effectively take on new troop responsibilities. Learn More
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