Let’s say you’re unarmed – no firearms or blades, and you can’t escape. What now? These seven improvised objects could save your life.
Make your garden do double duty by growing food and natural medicine! These six reasons will show you how beneficial it can be.
This is my personal account of living through the aftermath of a hurricane and just how quickly a society can break down and descend into chaos following a disaster.
Whether you want to believe it or not, our current way of living is not sustainable. Here are eight simple changes you can make in your life to lead a more sustainable lifestyle.
Training is important: to learn new things and to sharpen old skills and make them “current” again.
This may be one of the easiest ways to collect water in the wintertime.
Most people aren’t aware that there is an alternative to the classic red fire extinguisher that we’re all familiar with.
Newspapers seem to accumulate the most in homes and knowing its many uses can serve you in a more sustainable manner.
Spring will be here before you know it, so get those green thumbs moving! Here is some great information for starting your herb garden indoors to get a head start.
The Oroville dam disaster is a reminder of how important it is to be prepared and to be able to react at a moments notice.
If you plan on bugging out on foot without proper training, you won’t get very far. Knowing how to train for this will keep your stamina up, your legs and back strong and your endurance set for long distances.
Using chicken manure is excellent as a soil amendment and hailed as a top choice for organic gardeners. Here are some recommendations to get you started using chicken manure in your compost pile.