As mentioned previously on this blog, the 2011 Survival & Preparedness Conference will take place May 28-29 in Dallas, Texas. I recently learned who is all going to be there as speakers for the event.
One of the true founding fathers of modern survivalism, Dr. Bruce D. Clayton, will be discussing nuclear and radiological survival.
Mat Stien (Author of “When Technology Fails”) will be teaching “In-Place” survival skills for the many who won’t be able to get out of Dodge when TSHTF.
Tim Smith (Jack Mountain Bushcraft) will be teaching bug-out and wilderness retreat for those who can get out of Dodge.
Brian Brawdy (The Brian Brawdy Show, Solutions from Science) will be speaking about off-grid survival and alternative energy.
Private Security Contractor and former U.S. Marine marksmanship instructor Chance Sanders will be leading a session on personal and home security in a post-collapse world.
Robert Scott Bell (The Robert Scott Bell Show) will have a session on Natural and Holistic Medicine.
Lisa Bedford (The Survival Mom) will lead a session on family preparedness and another session on off-grid cooking.
Dave Scott (Alderleaf Survival School) will be teaching techniques to escape unlawful custody and evade hostile pursuers.
Filip Tkaczyk (Also from Alderleaf) will have a class on tracking, trapping and snaring game.
International educator and author of several books on health and wild edibles Sergei Boutenko will be teaching a class on foraging and surviving on wild plants.
Weapons expert and competitive marksman “Mr. Smashy” will lead a class on ammunition reloading.
John Milandred (Homesteader and founder of Pioneer Living and The Prepper Podcast Network) will give a presentation on self-reliant living, from “old-school” skills to modern-day techniques.
Firearms expert and instructor John Coulton will be teaching gun safety and maintenance.
Dr. Bones & Nurse Amy (“The Doom and Bloom Show”) will have a seminar on emergency first-aid and disaster medicine for when medical attention is unavailable (or non-existent).
Homesteader, educator and publisher of “New Homesteading Magazine”; John Lipsomb will be dong a session on heirloom seeds, storage and growing your own food.
I will be leading a couple of sessions as well. One on barter/trade ATSHTF and another on prepping with a budget.
This promises to be a great event with lots of vendors as well as the listed speakers. It is well worth the $75 registration fee for all that learning. You need to register before Friday, April 29th. Click here for more info.
Hope to see you there!