Pine trees have a lot of uses. Apart from adorning many homes and filling them with pleasant scents in the winter months, their wood makes for excellent fast-burning fires and is an ideal material for many projects.
However, pine trees, and most other evergreens, also have an excellent resource readily available: resin. The equivalent of sap in deciduous trees, this material, has been in use for thousands of years around the world and is so useful that it is still highly sought-after today.
From glue to waterproofing to fire starting, pine resin can make many wilderness projects much easier and last much longer.
To start making use of this fantastic material today, check out the survival tips on the next page and find out how you can take advantage of this excellent (and free!) resource.