February 2013 – Willow Haven Outdoor

This month’s Featured Website of the Month is Willow Haven Outdoor.  Willow Haven Outdoor is not only a website, but a survival training facility.  Willow Haven is run by Creek Stewart.  Creek is a great guy and comes up with some great content.  His articles have been featured on The Art of Manliness (and many others) and his book, Build The Perfect Bug Out Bag – Your 72 Hour Disaster Survival Kit (review here) has been featured on Foxnews.

I hope you enjoy a few words from Creek.

Peace,
Todd

Summarize the focus and purpose of your website. – To share and promote survival and disaster preparedness skill-sets & information as well as to promote our course offerings at Willow Haven Outdoor Training Facility.

What made you decide to start a website? – It’s been a lot of work, but it has been an amazing tool to reach a huge variety of people interested in survival and disaster preparedness skills.  At the end of the day, the web-site is a marketing tool for our business.

How long have you run your website? – Web-site: 3 years, Business: 15 years

How much time do you spend dedicated to your website? – 10 hours per week between all on-line work (web-site, youtube, facebook, twitter, etc…)

What is one thing you really like about your website? – It’s a blog, so it’s a great vehicle to share new information, news and events.

What is one thing that you want to change about your website?  I would like to post new blog posts more often.

Tell us something about yourself that no one else knows. – Very few people know that I own and fly a Powered Paraglider.

Other than your site, what is your favorite non-preparedness websites to visit? – Artofmanliness.com

Do you have anything (projects, special posts, redesign) in store for the future of your website? – Yes, a survival sling-shot hunting post.

What were the three books you last read? (Be honest) – Prepper’s Home Defense, Strategic Relocation, Hunger Games

What would you like to say to readers at the Prepper Website? – Remember, it’s not IF but WHEN.

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