The yucca is a perennial plant with long sword-shaped leaves, typically found in rocky deserts, prairies, grasslands, mountainous regions and coastal sands. It can be used in survival situations like: Food (in most species the flower is edible); Soap (fibers from the leaf mixed with water creates a paste that can be used as soap) Fire (dried yucca plant makes great tinder). Yucca fibers are quite strong so they’re great for making your own rope. Follow this tutorial from Survival Life to learn how to make your own.
Paracord is one of the most useful and versatile items to have with you while hiking, camping or during any other outdoor activities. It can be useful in a lot of different situations like: Emergency situations: use paracord to create splints, slings, makeshift stretchers or rescue lines: Hunting/Gathering: use it as a fishing net, fishing line, or to make snares and traps: Travelling/Hiking: use your paracord to make snowshoes in unpredictable weather, mark your trail, or creating a raft. These are just some examples of what paracord can be used for. But what if somehow you are left without a [...]
Use our paracord to carry your water bottle with ease and be ready for emergencies with this cool paracord bottle wrap from elco_chan at Instructables.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UracDq6QAz4 If you've ever had a project that needed a loop at the end of your rope, Jim Howard shows us how to braid a loop into a rope.
Paracord bracelets offer a great source of rope for a quick emergency, but more paracord means more options in the event of trouble. This paracord rescue belt packs 50 feet of rope into a very convenient package.
Keep your paracord handy and ready to use at a moment’s notice with this fast deploying lanyard from ItsTactical.com.