In an interview by Rory from The Daily Coin, he asked me if it is possible to live out a shtf scenario in an urban setting. The answer is yes, but for a majority of us, we must ask ourselves if we are up to the challenge.
Living sustainably and starting a garden is economical and will help your children learn the essential skill of growing food as naturally as possible. But there is some prep work to be done to ensure a healthy, thriving garden.
Stop being a member of the throw-away society and be part of the sustainable solution. Here are 50 of the most thrown away items and clever ways to reuse them.
Newspapers are typically used to add carbon rich materials to the compost pile, but they can also be used to plant seeds in. Newspaper pots are a cost effective and natural way to add nutrients to the garden and plant your garden at the same time.
Those that are preparedness-minded may want to take a more in-depth look at why it is important to store certain types of food and how they affect our bodies in order to make better choices when investing in your food storage.
We must prepare for the unexpected, and there are times when the unexpected will be time sensitive. Having medical response packs pre-assembled for those time crucial moments can help in better and more efficient medical care.
Those who have started their survival gardens have no doubt learned from a few garden mistakes along the way. Yet through these mistakes, gardeners have stumbled upon wisdom and grown into better gardeners. These experienced gardeners have taken certain factors into consideration before the seeds are planted, and through experience found which vegetables varieties are easier to grow.
If you are ever faced with a true life and death survival situation, do you know what to eat to keep you alive? Are you willing to eat whatever it takes to keep you alert and moving forward? Survival and nutrition go hand in hand. If you are in a survival situation, you must know specifically what types of food your body needs in order to thrive. Reading this article will increase your chances of survival.
Dry soup mixes used with dehydrated vegetables are a great way to make use of extra vegetables. These soup mixes are fresh and packed with nutrition and can last for future uses.