Preppers always look ahead to prepare for storms on the horizon – and next year’s bouts of cold weather is no different. Now is the time to get your wood reserves cut and stacked in order to give it ample time to season for winter.
Aside from using wood stoves to stay warm and cook food on, here are 10 tips you never knew on how to get the most out of your wood stove.
The use of renewable and sustainable energy sources is growing worldwide. Here are three relatively unheard of energy sources you can find in your home.
Time will tell if this concept will be the new norm in off-grid living, but it’s certainly an interesting development.
In an emergency the Eco-Cooler can reduce the temperature inside your home by about 10 degrees Fahrenheit.
You could pour gasoline, diesel, bio-diesel, kerosene, or alcohol in the tank. With a few modifications, you could run natural gas or propane as well.
Consider the engine overhaul on that early-model vehicle, and you’ll save money in the long run, and keep that anonymity that you so desperately desire as a prepper and survivalist. The key is the good mechanic.
Prepare and plan for the emergencies that you may be able to forecast for your own home in the midst of a disaster and lay in your tools and supplies.
Preppers always look ahead to prepare for storms on the horizon – and next year’s bouts of cold weather is no different. Here is how you can get a year’s supply of firewood for $20!