Who We Are
Survival Beacon is an online blog, guide, and resource for all things survival, prepping, and outdoors.
We are a small group of individuals interested in both writing and web development and with survival and outdoors.
We recognize the huge community of survivalists, preppers, outdoorsman, homesteaders, and individuals interested in self-sufficiency, along with all outdoor recreationalists. There is an enormous network of survival blogs within the prepping community, many of which have great content. However, there is a lack of comprehensive, factual survival resources. Our goal is to fill that gap by creating comprehensive, factual, and consistent survival content that brings the survival community even closer together. We hope to turn Survival Beacon into a hub for the best survival stories, articles, news, and resources.
Ultimately, our objective at SurvivalBeacon.com is to become the first comprehensive survival resource. We want to be the trusted, go-to source for all things survival. Our focus will begin first with survival skills and survival guides, secondly, with disaster awareness and prepping, and thirdly, with self-sufficiency and off-the-grid living. In time, the scope of our site may expand to include outdoor activities relevant yet indirectly related to survival, such as camping or hiking, and to provide the best objective information and reviews of survival gear available on the internet.
We pledge to be objective, comprehensive, factual, and concise with all of articles, product reviews, guides, and resources. We want every piece of content available on Survival Beacon to be the absolute best on its topic.
As we develop our website, create out content, and refine our mission, we hope that as a reader and member of the broader survival community, you will agree that our website achieves these goals. If you ever believe our website is missing information on a critical topic, if one of our resources makes a recommendation that isn’t the best, or if you have another concern, please let us know. We’re here to be the best we can be, so your feedback is valuable to us.
We are always trying to improve and are open to criticisms and suggestions. Please feel free to get in touch with us if you would like to get involved with our project or write with us about survival. In time, and as our knowledge-base grows, we hope to gain your trust as part of the outdoor and survival community.
Survival Beacon is new.
For now, we are focusing on only a few areas. Specifically, we are building comprehensive guides that we hope become the best on the internet, such as our basic survival guide, our bug out bag guide, and our introduction to prepping.
We are also focusing on our survival and disaster preparation resource page, which will include tools such as calculators, emergency plans, checklists, product comparison tables, downloads, directories, and a survival terminology glossary.
Furthermore, once the above content is finished, we will turn our attention to our survival blog, where we will publish new outdoor survival and prepping posts bi-weekly.
Lastly, we are working on a section for survival gear. This section will focus on helping you choose the right survival products that add the most value and save the most money. Our page on survival products will focus on developing useful survival comparison tables for survival gear, along with the occasional product review. We believe these survival product comparison tables will save you time researching survival gear and will help you easily find the best survival tools and products. We pledge to maintain the values we mention above in our mission.
As we grow, we will add new improvements, including updates to our layout, design, and article organizing mechanisms. Survival Beacon will continue to develop new, unique survival resources, calculators, and tools. Eventually we may integrate user accounts that allow you exclusive access, the ability to bookmark content, the option to participate on our survival forum, and more.
As always, we are open to suggestions. Let us know how we are doing, or just drop us a line.