Cody Lundin is the Founder and Director of the Aboriginal Living Skills School in Prescott, Arizona. His expertise in practical outdoor skills comes from a lifetime of personal experience, including two years spent living in a brush shelter in the woods where he slept on pine needles and cooked over an open fire. As a result of his passion and dedication, Cody and his school have been featured in dozens of national and international media sources. In September, 1999, he was honored as the third person in history to appear on the cover of Backpacker magazine, which featured a story on his skills and philosophies of survival.
When not teaching for his own school, Cody is an adjunct faculty member at Yavapai College and a faculty member at the Ecosa Institute. In addition, he is the author of 98.6 Degrees: The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive! and his new book on urban/suburban survival, When All Hell Breaks Loose: Stuff You Need To Survive When Disaster Strikes. Cody currently lives in a self-reliant, passive solar earth home in the high-desert back country of Northern Arizona.
Author Jim Marrs discussed various conspiracy theories, and how events such as the ongoing deadly radiation from the Fukushima reactors and spraying of Corexit in the Gulf continue with little news coverage First hour guest, Founder of the Aboriginal Living Skills School, Cody Lundin, talked about the recent case of a woman surviving 49 days trapped in the wilderness. ... More »Host: George Noory
Founder of the Aboriginal Living Skills School, Cody Lundin shared survival tips from backwoods self-reliance to urban disaster mitigation. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett