Here are some of our favorite youtube channels. Most deal with prepping, bushcraft and survival topics as well as some homesteading and tactics.
This is one of the most fascinating video channels on youtube. While not fitting into any real preparedness category it's unique style and focus on primitive skills will be of interest to, well, everyone. His style of actually demonstrating techniques versus describing them makes his videos uniquely informative.
Survival Lily is awesome. I appreciate the light hearted way she approaches her preps while also conveying a lot of useful information. She mainly covers bug out shelters and primitive skills but also branches out to firearm hunting and firearm reviews. I really suggest you check her out.
Joe Robinet, of the History Channel's "Alone" fame, has a very informative youtube channel concentrated to outdoor skills, camping and hiking.
This channel is dedicated to exploring 18th century life. It's useful to homesteaders and preppers interested in learning long term skills if SHTF.
Michael McQuilton is a UK based outdoorsman who's videos mainly cover hunting, fishing, bushcraft and solo camping. His videos are usually from 30 to 60 minutes and packed with information and tips. Highly recommended.
This channel is a nice departure from the general outdoor youtube videos. The creators, two brothers, shoot entirely in HD and offer in depth gear reviews and some bushcraft tutorials but mainly focus on hiking and basic woodsman information. Very well edited and truly enjoyable.
While this channel is more focused on the "tactical" aspects of preparedness than I usually like it's a quality source for for those interested in Urban/Wilderness Survival, Lock Picking, Self-Defense, Disaster Prep and Knife/Tactical/Outdoor gear reviews.
As it's name implies, this youtube channel is focused on primitive skills. If you're looking for information on dressing game, foraging for food or trapping this channel is for you.