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Back to Basics: How to Stockpile Food for Emergencies

By Pat Henry – The Prepper Journal

Last week I began a new series called, Back to Basics. As I said in my first article: “ 188 more words


10 Things To Replace Power During A Blizzard

By Carmela Tyrell – SurvivoPedia

Blizzard can be annoying when you want to go out or attend to any number of matters. But seems like snow storms still have something to say, if you take a look at the weather forecast for the Midwest. 73 more words


The 5 Best New Pistols You Can Buy For Under $500

By Mike S. Off The Grid News

Purchasing a new pistol does not need to be an expensive or complicated task. Some buyers are under the impression that you need to spend more than $1000 on a handgun — and then another $1000 to bring it up to standards. 74 more words


This Is What Your Dog Can and Can’t Eat After the Collapse

By Joshua Krause – Ready Nutrition

If you’re a dog loving prepper, chances are you probably maintain extra food for your canine, just as you maintain extra food for yourself and your human family members. 821 more words


How To Find The Best Place To Drill Your Own Well

By Rich M Off The Grid News

Drilling a well is a rather expensive operation, often costing several thousand dollars. But if you’re going to drill your own well, the first question you’re going to need to ask yourself is: Where? 152 more words


My EDC (Everyday Carry Kit)

Let me start by saying, I am by no means a serious prepper. Although I do believe that being prepared with the basics, to assist you in a sudden survival situation, is very important. 153 more words

Harvest Preservation, Lacto-fermentation

In planning your spring garden, keep in mind all the lovely ways to eat fresh vegetables. Lacto-fermentation is one of them and can stretch out your harvest for months without a root cellar. 363 more words

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