Where to Find Backwoods Essentials:
Blog URL: http://backwoods-living.blogspot.com/
Category: Outdoors, Lifestyles

Backwoods Essentials

Backwoods Essentials is the work of J.S. Crews, an American living a simpler, “backwoods” lifestyle. Although this may seem like a new concept, it really is not. There is a fairly large population of people choosing this sort of (usually) “off the grid” lifestyle all across the world, and Crews is one helping them do it.

Backwoods Essentials – Why You Should Go

Crews’ blog, which is an accompaniment in part to his Backwoods Essentials storefront, is a collection of news, information and tutorials for backwoods and survival living. Although it caters largely to that “backwoods” crowd, it also caters to the more general populations of outdoor enthusiasts, campers, and even urbanites who are looking to become a little more self-sufficient and prepared. The blog is described as

“A blog to discuss life on a rural homestead; including gardening, long term food storage, alternate energy, emergency preparedness, survivalist and self-sufficiency topics.”

As such, it has information available for a wide variety of uses, and offers up useful knowledge that can be applied regardless of where you live.

Summing Up Backwoods Essentials

With life gone crazy, some people are finding refuge in getting back to the basics and simplifying life a little more; others are simply being better prepared in a world that at times can be very unpredictable. No matter what your intention, finding out how to achieve that goal will be a lot easier with Crews and his many resources.

Go here to check out Backwoods Essentials.


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
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3 Responses to “Simple Living Essentials In The Backwoods”

  1. Jeffrey Lusk Says:

    I am so happy to see you spotlighting Backwoods Essentials. I frequent Crews’website quite often and it is a wealth of information. Seriously, you can find about any survival information you are looking for there and the blogs are spot on too! I live in a very rural setting as there is only one red light in my entire county!
    I enjoy doyoudiggit.com also and it is refreshing to see that you acknowledge a truly effective site as Backwoods Essentials.
    Kudos to you!

    Jeffrey Lusk
    Floyd Virginia

  2. Mary Ward Says:

    Thank You, Jeffrey. We strive to review a variety of top-quality blogs. If there are others we’re missing, please let us know about them!

  3. ben Says:

    Hi Mary,

    I’ve just come across your blog and have found it really interesting. I myself write about family preparedness, survival gardening, food storage amongst other topics and am so happy to see other like minded people pioneering the same subjects! Thanks.

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