It’s time we all woke up to what is happening. It’s highly likely that certain foodstuffs will be in short supply by the end of this year. What is available is going to be a good deal more expensive than it is now. Many will not be able to afford the prices asked for basic commodities.
As Norse Prepper points out in the article below, one of the key motivators for ramping up your personal larder, supplies and skill sets is to avoid ever putting yourself and family into a situation where you are left with no choice but to tell your loved ones that you’re, “going to get us some food and will return with it or die trying.” In a scenario like that your odds of survival diminish significantly.
Junk silver has long been considered the de facto barter currency in case of a breakdown of society. But, perhaps, it’s time to reconsider.
Biological warfare is increasingly becoming a concern for citizens around the world. According to this infographic, although billions are spent on biodefense projects, the U.S. is not up to par in respect to detection and diagnosis.
A look back to the most widely received article in 2013 from Ready Nutrition.
In an effort to find the best of the best, the Prepper Website has created a new voting forum for the preparedness community and we could use your vote!
Dogs can serve multiple purposes in a SHTF scenario, but in a bug out scenario they also have a job to do – to help you get to your bug out location.
Today is not just another day off of work. It is a day to pause and examine the sacrifices these men and women made and to show our gratitude to those that served this great nation.
Cross-training – it’s not just for the gym! Ensure that your family doesn’t rely too much on any one person by having everyone pitch in to learn the different tasks necessary for survival.