Editor’s note: This article was originally written by our friends at OFFGRID. Check out their site for more survival-related tips.
Alfie is a charismatic Brit who provides entertaining commentary, excellent camerawork and a plethora of great survival tips in video form. If you’re not following the channel already, we’d encourage you to do so.
Recently, Alfie published another video that caught our attention: “10 Ways to Make Fire — Natural Tinders.” This video shows a collection of materials you can look for in nature to assist with starting a fire. Check it out:
For those who can’t watch the video, here’s a quick breakdown of the natural tinder materials:
1. Western red cedar bark
2. Birch bark strips, shavings or dust
3. Pinecones or pine resin