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During an emergency, we are often left to fend for ourselves. Learn how to use layers to create a food storage pantry based on nutritious foods in order for your family to thrive during the most difficult of times.
We want to ensure that our loved ones are cared for even in their darkest moments, and nothing says love like a prepper gift.
With the massive droughts plaguing our country, it’s not just the west coast that needs to prepare for this natural disaster. Use this checklist as a way to prepare your home.
Wilderness survival in the bitter cold is not for the faint of heart. Record low temperatures following this snowstorm could create the need for emergency shelters, especially if you find yourself outdoors and fear exposure. Knowing multiple ways to survive outdoors and not fall victim to exposure is imperative when going outdoors for a period of time.
Don’t let our lifestyle of convenience spoil your ability to make decisions and rescue yourself. Take steps to make problem-solving your lifestyle. Be ready for the day when the answer is not as close as a 30-minute round trip to the store to pick it up.
If something were to happen today, tomorrow, six months down the road, or even three years into the future, would you be able to sustain yourself and your family? This product could help city dwellers in their quest for self-sufficiency.
Will it be the end of the world? Hardly. But it’s definitely something you should be preparing for.
Even if the rain has stopped there’s a really good chance that every bit of wood you find is going to be soaking wet. How are you going to create warmth when you need it the most?
There may come a time when you will need to overcome the most perilous of circumstances. These are the steps to take to succeed.
Vermicomposting is one the most efficient ways of using up organic kitchen scraps and ridding your home of unwanted paper piles. The end result of feeding this natural material to worms is a natural soil amendment for the garden to help grow.