Featured Articles in Preparedness
If you don’t have a food supply waiting in your pantry, now is the time to focus on creating an emergency stockpile quickly.
Stop being a mouse humanitarian. Instead of catching the odd ‘stray’ in a humane trap and relocating him on the beach…nuke the little bastards. There is no such thing as a lone mouse.
Ebola is beginning to spread and we all need to either ramp-up our efforts or get very serious about laying in some preps as some items are already unavailable or in very short supply.
The 10 C’s of Survivability should go with you no matter where you’re headed – they can effectively treat each of the most common injuries in a wilderness survival scenario.
It’s scalable, leaves no waste, creates fuel, and re-fertilizes the soil. If you’re looking for self sufficiency, I can’t think of anything that would be more helpful.
Since food is expensive and mushrooms are highly nutritious, I think it’s worth looking at some edible mushrooms even a beginner (like me) can pluck, identify and safely consume without worrying.
Did you ever think about dipping your big toe into the waters of “prepping” but it just all sounded so “out there” that you weren’t quite sure it was something you wanted to be involved in? Then this is the guide for you.
These 12 items focus on the basic points of survival, so check them out and see if there’s room in your bag for one or two more pieces.
Author, Trevor Darby shares how keeping bees has helped his family find freedom through self reliant living. His book, The Beekeeper’s Guide can help the novice start their own hives to achieve their own food freedom.
At home things get discussed, serious issues are talked about, assurances given when needed and plans made when assurances aren’t enough.