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Slowly but surely trending, much like community gardens, is urban beekeeping. Especially as more people find out how doable it is just about anywhere. Surprisingly and best of all – in urban areas.
Climate change is the one subject that can polarize the guests at a dinner party in one minute flat, but what many people fail to recognize is that both scenarios require us to step up, and in some cases look in a different way, at how we prepare for the future.
It won’t take much for heavy flooding to occur in certain areas this spring due to the unusually cold and wet winter that occurred. Prepare for this type of disaster beforehand.
The highly reflective properties of mylar make it suitable for many things, and not just in emergency situations or outdoors.
While the ramifications of an impending economic or currency collapse are life-alteringly severe, your family’s personal preparedness plans should be focused on a well-rounded approach that would ensure you’re ready for anything that gets thrown your way.
When you are packing your own food, there is a lot of new terminology to learn. Find out about the differences between oxygen absorbers and silica gel packets.
Our children live in such a drastically different world as we grew up in. Dangers seem to be around every corner, and the Internet has invited those dangers into our homes and our children’s bedrooms.
This is as important as having your own garden unless you want to starve next year. Not today, but tomorrow. Believe it! Big companies and government will it.
Having a plan and a supply of food is well and good. But it’s the skills and ingenuity that will help you thrive and stay alive. Here are 7 ways to use items around your home to survive.
Survival caches are the ultimate back-up plan. If you are going for your survival cache, that means Plan A and Plan B went awry. In this case, you may be left with no other option but to survive with only the contents in your cache. You must plan out those contents accordingly.