What Do You Think…?

What Do You Think…?

Click here to view the original post. You have probably noticed I am trying to write more often these days, and also improve a little the SHTF School website. I enjoy writing, but instead of an article, today I am going to ask you a question. What is it you would like to see/read about … Continue reading

Patriots’ Prayers for 2-26-2017

Click here to view the original post. A Healing Prayer for America Heavenly Father, thank you for Your enduring love. A love so great that You sent Your only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. Jesus died a violent death to pay the penalty for our sins, … Continue reading

Generator Day

Click here to view the original post.Hmmm…it’s Generator Day here at Zeropolis. Drag the EU2000 out of its protective Hardigg case, set it up, run some high-draw appliance off it for a while to make sure eveything gets a workout, clean it up, and then back to storage for another month or two until the … Continue reading

Subsistence Farming for Survival

Click here to view the original post.To my mind, survivalism goes beyond prepping, so as to add complete or near-complete self-sufficiency. And that is beyond the preparedness level of most serious preppers. So while a prepper might have an extensive backyard garden, as a supplemental food … Continue reading →

Why Are So Many Conservatives, Preppers And Christians Moving To The Great Northwest?

Why Are So Many Conservatives, Preppers And Christians Moving To The Great Northwest?

Click here to view the original post. Why Are So Many Conservatives, Preppers And Christians Moving To The Great Northwest? Thousands of Americans are flocking to “Big Sky” country, and this movement has become so prominent that it has even caught the attention of the mainstream media. Within the last several weeks, both The Chicago … Continue reading

5 Winter Survival Items EVERYONE Should Store In Their Vehicle

Click here to view the original post. Image source: Pixabay.com In an earlier post this winter, I wrote about three survival gadgets that everyone should store in their vehicles during the coldest months of the year. Let’s now turn to the basics. Here are five often-forgotten items that everyone should store in their car, truck … Continue reading

Anaphylaxis: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Anaphylaxis: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Click here to view the original post. Allergies In a disaster or any other situation that takes us off the grid, we will expose ourselves to insect stings and poison ivy, as well as strange food items that we aren’t accustomed to. Allergic reactions may ensue in susceptible individuals. When we develop an allergic reaction, it … Continue reading

Prep Blog Review: Food Lessons For Survival

Prep Blog Review: Food Lessons For Survival

Click here to view the original post. It’s survival food time again! From how to grow your own vegetables, to how to stockpile correctly, this topic never gets old, and it’s one of my favorites, too. Starting with a few food lessons from the Great Depressions, and continuing with some emergency food preparedness basic, for … Continue reading

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 08

Click here to view the original post.If last week was lucky number 7, this week was unlucky number 8!  We got a lot done around the Suburban Steader Homestead but there was also a lot of problems that needed to be overcome.  Come along and find out what happened! This Week’s Milestones Sickness Invades! I … Continue reading

On Multi-Tasking

Click here to view the original post. [Nyerges is the author of “Extreme Simplicity,” “Self-Sufficient Home,” “How to Survive Anywhere,” and other books. He can be reached at www.SchoolofSelf-Reliance.comor Box 41834, Eagle Rock, CA 90041. My friend and I were checking out at a small grocery store. The clerk was on her cell phone, an … Continue reading

Best Guns for Preppers and Survivalist!

Best Guns for Preppers and Survivalist!

Click here to view the original post.Best Guns for Preppers and Survivalist… Forrest & Kyle “The Prepping Academy” Audio in player below! Join Kyle and Forrest as they talk guns for defense. As American diplomacy, politics, and society falls apart anyone with a sane mind should be considering owning a gun and preparing for a … Continue reading

Magic Food: 7 Vegetables You Can Regrow From Kitchen Scraps

Magic Food: 7 Vegetables You Can Regrow From Kitchen Scraps

Click here to view the original post. Image source: Flickr / Creative Commons There is a great form of recycling that is easy, fun and nutritious: re-growing vegetables from leftover scraps. You don’t need much to get started — just containers, soil, water and a sunny windowsill. Sometimes you don’t even need the soil. Many … Continue reading

10 Disturbing SHTF Threats that most Preppers Haven’t Prepared For

Click here to view the original post.10 Disturbing SHTF Threats Most Preppers Haven’t Prepared For When SHTF it will be a scary and confusing time. Hundreds of thousands of people that are not prepping will be sitting ducks. Even preppers will be after reading the article in the link below. The article goes over 10 … Continue reading

President Trump’s Misplaced Faith in the Generals

Click here to view the original post.Approximately, one month ago, President Trump tasked the Pentagon with delivering him a plan to defeat the Islamic State or IS.  What Trump failed to understand was the same people

How To Use Zip-Ties in An Emergency Situation

Click here to view the original post.How To Use Zip-Ties in An Emergency Situation Your imagination is the key to survive an emergency situation. It doesn’t matter if you’re stranded in the woods or in the concrete jungle. Putting your mind to good use and using the items you have can save the day. Having … Continue reading

20 Long Lasting Foods That Should Not Miss From Your SHTF Pantry

Click here to view the original post.20 Long Lasting Foods That Should Not Miss From Your SHTF Pantry I recently realized I never really thought about how to stay alive during a long term survival scenario such as an EMP that could wipe out the entire electric grid for many, many years or an economic … Continue reading

No Profit From Rape & Violence. Please sign this petition.

No Profit From Rape & Violence. Please sign this petition.

Click here to view the original post. The move to make RDVSA tender for its work is ideological and it has the potential to allow an organisation to profit from rape.  On 13 February 1800RESPECT, the national telephone and online counselling service for women, men and children experiencing domestic or sexual violence, was advertised for … Continue reading

The Silent-But-Deadly Weapon Missing From Most Survival Caches

Click here to view the original post. Image source: warrelics.eu   If there’s anything that will bring up controversy in the world of survival and prepping, it’s a discussion about weapons. Everyone has their own ideas about what’s the best, and most of those ideas are based upon some pretty sound reasoning. The truth is … Continue reading

GPS Waypoints

GPS Waypoints

Click here to view the original post.Managing your waypoints isn’t hard to do.  But one simple step gets you on your way! I really like to keep my navigation simple. Simplicity now makes life a lot easier when a potentially bad situation occurs or when someone in your party is injured.  Before leaving home I “dump the … Continue reading

Delivering a Baby on Your Own During a Disaster!

Delivering a Baby on Your Own During a Disaster!

Click here to view the original post.Delivering a Baby on Your Own During a Disaster! Giving birth to a human life form is the privilege that nature has granted women. It is a wonderful feeling to become a mother. You feel responsible for your child and are always protective towards it. You always strive for … Continue reading

5 Wise Ways To Use The Last Few Weeks Of Winter (No. 2 Is The One Everyone Forgets!)

5 Wise Ways To Use The Last Few Weeks Of Winter (No. 2 Is The One Everyone Forgets!)

Click here to view the original post. Image source: Pixabay.com Transitioning from winter to spring is an exciting time around our homestead. We have used these last few months to research and plan new ideas to incorporate on our land throughout the coming growing season. Right now, we are seeing the last remnants of snow … Continue reading

On Chemical and Radiologic Weapons

On Chemical and Radiologic Weapons

Click here to view the original post.                 (Photo: PIR Center)         When Alexander Litvinenko was poisoned in London at a tea house with polonium that could only have come from the Russian government or military, people were shocked and upset. When Litvinenko fell ill and was hospitalized, and polonium was eventually discovered … Continue reading

Doris Day

Click here to view the original post.Not the TV star from yesteryear but the Day Of Storm Doris. Went up to have a look and see the damage. Wasn’t as bad as expected with three big trees being blown over, funnily enough various size silver birches with not very solid roots. Must be a species … Continue reading

Bill Gates Warns Of Imminent Threat That Could Rapidly ‘Kill More Than 30 Million’

Bill Gates Warns Of Imminent Threat That Could Rapidly ‘Kill More Than 30 Million’

Click here to view the original post. Image source: Wikimedia MUNICH — Recent advances in technology make bioterrorism a greater threat than nuclear warfare – one that could rapidly wipe out 30 million of even hundreds of millions of people around the world, billionaire Bill Gates says. And the U.S. and other countries, he says, … Continue reading

10 Medical Resources You Can Get from Nature

10 Medical Resources You Can Get from Nature

Click here to view the original post.Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal. Your list of home remedies is about to get even more interesting and spicier. Although these natural herbs are have been used hundreds of years, doctors and scientists are now recommending them to be used for healing purposes. These natural medical … Continue reading

Back to Basics: The KISS AR-15

Back to Basics: The KISS AR-15

Click here to view the original post. I admit it – like most gun culture involved individuals in America, I also got way too caught up in building an “ultimate” AR-15.  While I didn’t go as wild as some, I definitely spent way more money buying and trying different setups until I settled on my … Continue reading

Keeping Pack Weight Down If You Need To Bug-Out

Click here to view the original post. You’re at home one night and the power goes out.  Hackers have taken down the grid and you need to bug-out to your sister’s house a hundred and twenty miles away.  Traffic is gridlocked and no one is driving anywhere anytime soon.  You decide to bug-out on foot … Continue reading

Under The Bridge…

Under The Bridge…

Click here to view the original post.   After maybe 6 months of horrible violence in the city, and life without enough food, water, electricity… after months of shelling, shooting, screaming and crying and simply after months of collecting wood for fire, plugging holes in my (what’s left of) roof, I “stumbled” upon on piece … Continue reading

Why Preppers Should Focus on Diversifying Firearm Calibers

Why Preppers Should Focus on Diversifying Firearm Calibers

Click here to view the original post. Ready Nutrition Readers, as you may have deduced from the title, this piece is a recommendation to acquire firearms of diverse calibers.  Let us discuss some of the calibers and the reasons why it is prudent to prepare in such a manner.  I’m not recommending any particular firearm, … Continue reading

Cooking Alternatives Off Grid!

Cooking Alternatives Off Grid!

Click here to view the original post.Cooking Alternatives Off Grid! Host: Denob “The Prepared Canadian” Over the last couple of years, I have had the chance to try a lot of different off grid cooking options. From home made solar ovens to open fire methods and everything in between, I found out a lot about … Continue reading

Easy DIY Pallet Greenhouse Or Chicken Coop

Click here to view the original post.Easy DIY Pallet Greenhouse Or Chicken Coop This multi-purpose DIY project can serve as a great greenhouse or chicken coop. Easy to build for a very frugal price! There are loads of garden DIY projects on the web, the difference between this and others is that this is a … Continue reading

Beyond Paracord: 8 Other Cordage Types You Need to Know

Click here to view the original post.Beyond Paracord: 8 Other Cordage Types You Need to Know It’s no secret that 550 paracord is the most versatile cord you can include in your bug out bag. It should not be the only type of cordage that you consider, though. Many types or rope, cord, and wire exist … Continue reading

UPDATE; #10 Cans, Long Term Storage & Spoilage

Click here to view the original post.I e-mailed Honeyville Farms about the bulging #10 can of Tomato Powder with some photo’s. Their response follows: Heather Goldston (Honeyville) Feb 23, 12:12 PST I have issued your replacement can which should arrive in the next 5-7 business days.Please discard of the bulging can you currently have.

“Micro-Homestead” This Modest Survival Shelter Could Save Your Life When It’s Time to Bug Out

“Micro-Homestead” This Modest Survival Shelter Could Save Your Life When It’s Time to Bug Out

Click here to view the original post. By Mac Slavo – SHTFplan.com It certainly isn’t much, but when you have nothing else, it could be all you need. In many emergencies, bugging out may not be the best option. Certainly it is not the best choice for every SHTF situation. However, there may be situations where … Continue reading

Lock Picking For Preppers

Click here to view the original post.On TV you see Sherlock Holmes, private detectives, CIA agents, and criminals picking locks. They make it look easy, like it takes no effort at all. But lock picking is one of those skills that you have to practice by picking locks over and over again, repeatedly, until you … Continue reading

Flood Preparedness: How to Prepare For Floods

Click here to view the original post.Flood Preparedness – Floods are a natural disaster that can happen no matter where you live, but especially if you live in a low-lying area, near water, at the bottom of a hill/mountain, or downstream from a dam.

Preserve your chicken eggs safely (for over 9 months)

Preserve your chicken eggs safely (for over 9 months)

Click here to view the original post. Preserve your chicken eggs safely (for over 9 months) Whether you buy your eggs from a grocery store, local farmers market or the hen house in your back yard, you can learn a lot about preserving eggs simply by observing nature. You see when chickens lay eggs they … Continue reading

Driving

Click here to view the original post.What’s the right driving position?  Head restraint directly behind, but not touching, your head; hands at 3 and 9 o’clock on the steering wheel; seat adjusted so your wrist is just over the steering wheel when you extend your arm. That’s how to tell where to put the seat, … Continue reading

Completed Incremental Disaster Kit

Click here to view the original post.At Week 21 we are finally done with our incremental shopping list.  Now that you completed your  incremental disaster kit you will have completed many activities that help better prepare your family, as well as have a fully stocked 72 hour kit.  I urge you not to stop here, … Continue reading

Outdoor Food Safety

Click here to view the original post.Summertime food may be dangerous!  Bacteria like picnics as much as we do, and summer heat will quickly raise the temperature of refrigerated food into the 40s and above – where bacteria grow like, well, bacteria. Outdoor food safety is a must if you don’t want to end your … Continue reading

Fireworks Safety

Click here to view the original post.I love fireworks, as a matter of fact, I enjoy making smaller fireworks (following all the applicable laws and safety procedures). However, as a child I saw my father almost loose a hand to some ill advised gunpowder usage – it stuck with me and while I am rather … Continue reading