Canning venison, shooting firearms, living off the grid and creating manure from human waste just aren’t traditional interests many people look for when browsing mainstream dating sites like eHarmony or Match. Comment That’s why a site called Survivalist Singles has entered the online dating scene, catering specifically to this niche community of “preppers,” “survivalists” and “doomsdayers. Members of the site range widely in their doomsday beliefs, said Andrea Burke, a year-old middle school art teacher from Montana who took over the site from its previous owner last summer. She is considering using a slogan like, “Find love for less than the price of a box of bullets” to draw in paying members. For female preppers interested in finding a man, the site is a dating goldmine. There are currently about two men for every woman on the site which is a big disparity compared to a site like Match. The most popular book among members is James Wesley Rawles’ “Patriots,” about a group of Christians who must survive an economic meltdown that throws the country into complete chaos and leads to a second civil war. Fire, shelter, water One user, who goes by the screenname Mtexplorer2 but preferred that his real name not be used, said he tried many mainstream dating sites but was always turned down by potential matches as soon as they found out he was a survivalist.