Pine resin has many uses, especially in a survival situation. Read more on how to collect, and use of pine resin. It has more uses than you think!
One of the problems faced with an EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) is that your well will not be pumping water into your home. For those living in urban areas and are relying on municipal water, your water could also be short-lived and it’s important to have a backup plan.
Sometimes the best way to learn how to fight the good fight is to pick up a book and learn from history.
Because families can be separated following major disasters, having an established emergency rally point to regroup will help families reunite faster. Follow these tips and make sure this is added to your emergency preparedness plans.
With the recent minor eruptions in Yellowstone, officials are admitting to imminent and future eruptions and are currently conducting training exercises to better prepare. Seismologists who have monitored the area have warned for years that the area is under strain and have observed deformation in rocks occurring under Yellowstone for years.
This article is for those who can’t afford the brand name tactical gear or are looking for frugal and inexpensive ways to add protective gear to their reserves.
In a post-SHTF world, all bets are off. The world you would find yourself in is unpredictable at best. So what would you do if you were taken captive? Your only option would be to find a way to escape.
In a post-collapse society, bartering will be the #1 way to find and obtain needed items. These are the best items to look for in a bartering situation. Make sure you have extra in your prep closet just-in-case you need to barter – they could be worth their weight in gold!
The folks at Top Tier Gear believe in preparing for the absolute worst-case scenarios and have been stocking items to get preppers ready for nuclear and biological threats, active shooters, and off-grid scenarios. Here’s a sweet deal for Ready Nutrition readers. Check it out!
If you’re willing to do what it takes (sometimes in the face of skepticism and even ridicule) and go “against the grain,” you may give yourself the edge helping you survive.
Water is still a top priority for winter survival. This is the simplest way to harvest water in the wintertime – and it’s right outside.
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