Author: Christopher Nyerges
Publisher: Stackpole Books; Second edition (2014)
Paperback: 296 pages
Whether you’re in an urban, suburban, rural, or wilderness environment, this book has all the information you need to survive a disaster. This book contains practical tips for anyone, anywhere, in almost any survival situation.
- Updated and expanded sections about weapons, fire, and shelter
- New graphics to illustrate survival techniques
- Real solutions for both everyday life and disaster scenarios
- Reflections on what it means to survive
About the Author
Through field trips, lectures, and classes in ethnobotany, Christopher Nyerges has instructed thousands of children and adults on basic survival and living skills for both wilderness and the urban environment through his School of Self-Reliance.
Nyerges has authored many books, including Self-Sufficient Home: How to Go Green and Save Money, Enter the Forest, and Guide to Wild Foods and Useful Plants. He was a 2016 editor of American Survival Guide, the editor of Wilderness Way magazine for 7 years, and has authored several thousand newspaper and magazine articles in such publications as the Los Angeles Times, Pasadena Star News, Pasadena Weekly, Whole Life Times, Countryside, Mother Earth News, Acres USA, American Survival Guide, and others.
The classes and workshops of the School of Self-reliance have been featured on all Los Angeles-area television stations, including KCET’s “Life and Times” and “Visiting with Huell Howser.” For two years, Nyerges appeared on Fox TV’s “X show,” where he demonstrated survival skills on the streets of Los Angeles.
For more information about the author and the School of Self-Reliance, go to www.ChristopherNyerges.com.