The Hidden Cash Source On Your Property

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Homesteaders often spend most of their time devoted to their gardens and livestock, all the while ignoring a hidden gem just beyond their lawn: the woods.

Those thick brambles and gnarled trees are a homesteading goldmine and overlooked source of cash – but only if we know what to do.

This week’s guest on Off The Grid Radio tells us how homesteaders and off-gridders can use their wooded areas for everything from feeding livestock to making extra money. His name is Brett McLeod, and he is the author of The Woodland Homestead: How to Make Your Land More Productive and Live More Self-Sufficiently in the Woods. He also is a homesteader and a professor of forestry and natural resources at Paul Smith’s College in upstate New York.

Brett tells us:

  • How homesteaders can turn their woods into a cash source.
  • How wooded areas can be used as a low-cost way to feed livestock.
  • How downed trees can transform the way you grow vegetables.
  • How your woods can be used to grow foods you can’t grow in a traditional plot of land.

The good news, McLeod says, is that a woodland homestead can be as small as one acre. If you’ve always wanted to make use of your woods and didn’t know what to do, then this week’s show is for you!

The $30,000 Underground Shipping Container Home

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Imagine living in a home where it never gets above 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the summer – without using air conditioning. And during winter, even without heat, it’s always in the 60s.

Sound impossible? It’s not if you live in an underground shipping container home, as this week’s guest on Off The Grid Radio does. His name is Steve Rees, and for $30,000 he built his dream underground home, giving him benefits that a traditional house simply does not bring.

His home is so sturdy that it easily could survive a wildfire, tornado or even hurricane.

Steve shares with us the good and the bad of living underground, and he also tells us:

  • How he uses the sun to light his home, despite being underground.
  • What he uses for electricity and water.
  • Where he bought his shipping container.
  • How he strengthened the container to withstand the pressure of dirt on top of it.

Steve’s house is so hidden that FedEx trucks have trouble finding it!

Finally, Steve tells us what he would do differently if he could start all over. If you love stories about amazing people or you ever have had thoughts of living underground, then you don’t want to miss this amazing show!

10 Rare Survival Skills You’ll Probably Need Someday

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Homesteading and living off-grid is all about knowing the right skills – but few among us have enough skills to survive a societal collapse … much less a few days in the woods.

On this week’s episode of Off the Grid Radio, we discuss 10 rare skills that most people, including most off-gridders, don’t have. Our guest is Ana Maria Spagna, the author of 100 Skills You’ll Need for the End of the World (as We Know It).

Spagna learned survival skills while living in a remote location in the rugged Pacific Northwest, and she tells us skills that most people know little about, such as:

  • The rare skill, practiced in biblical times, that helped people find food when they were desperate.
  • The overlooked skill that allows people to move 2,000-pound items without any help.
  • The ancient life-saving skill that adults and children practiced millennia ago but that largely has been lost to history.
  • The one skill that, if practiced regularly, can literally prevent your home from catching fire.

Spagna also shares with us two gardening skills that even expert horticulturists have not mastered. If you’re wanting to expand your survival and homesteading knowledge, then don’t miss this week’s show!

10 Versatile Plants Every Homesteader Should Grow

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Our ancestors were experts at living off the land, and that meant knowing everything about the plants around them – plants that they used for food, medicine and shelter.

Sadly, most people today no longer have those skills, but the author of a new book is trying to help us regain all of this valuable knowledge.

On this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio we take a look at 10 of the most versatile, multi-use plants you can grow – many of which likely are on your property. Our guest is Tammi Hartung, an organic farmer and the author of Cattail Moonshine & Milkweed Medicine: The Curious Stories of 43 Amazing North American Native Plants.

All of them can be planted right now, during the fall, and all of them have tons of uses.

Tammi tells us:

  • Which forgotten plant provides one of the best anti-viral berries for winter colds.
  • Which plant is high in Vitamin C and is so healthy it’s used in the pharmaceutical industry.
  • Which easy-to-grow plant is useful for making pillows and blankets.
  • Which common tree produces not only food but a strong dye for staining furniture and even clothes.

If you are a homesteader who likes to find multiple uses for plants – or you simply want to know how our ancestors once lived – then this week’s show is for you!

The Easy Way To Stockpile Antibiotics, Legally

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Temperatures are plunging and winter is only a few weeks away, which means that for homesteaders who live in the coldest parts of the country, it’s time to stockpile necessities for frigid weather.

Wood and food are always on that list, but what about medicine?

On this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio we talk to Dr. Joe Alton, the co-author of the popular book “The Survival Medicine Handbook” who is perhaps best known as “Dr. Bones” from the survival “Doom and Bloom” website.

Dr. Alton tells us how to stockpile medicine and even antibiotics for winter – the legal way – and he also reveals:

  • Which over-the-counter and alternative medicines are best to stockpile for the common cold.
  • Why he believes many people are fighting fevers the wrong way.
  • What he thinks about Zicam, vitamin C and other supplements that supposedly prevent colds.
  • How Neti pots are often used incorrectly – a mistake that can cause major health problems.

Finally, Dr. Alton gives us his best advice on staying healthy this winter – including whether that regiment should include hand sanitizer.

If you want to stay healthy all winter long, then don’t miss this week’s show!



TPP: Everything You Need To Know

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If you have followed the presidential election this year, then you’ve likely heard one or both candidates mention the Trans Pacific Partnership – better known as TPP. But if you’re like most Americans, then you’re probably still confused about exactly what it is.

On this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio we discuss the Trans Pacific Partnership, explaining not only what it is but why you (and every other American) should be concerned about this trade deal. Our guest is Judith McGeary, the executive director of the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance, which is working to defeat TPP and educate the public on their concerns.

McGeary tells us:

  • How TPP will lower food safety standards, allowing food that does not meet America’s minimal requirements to make it to our store shelves.
  • How it will impact American sovereignty, placing our government in international tribunals to defend lawsuits brought by foreign companies.
  • How it will affect “buy American” rules, preventing the enforcement of laws that require U.S. bidders on projects be given preference.

Finally, McGeary tells us how TPP could be passed in a lame duck Congress following the Nov. 8 election – and what you can do to stop it! If you want to be better informed about one of the biggest economic issues facing the world today, then don’t miss this week’s show!

How To Feed Your Chickens For $1 (Or So) A Day

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Millions of Americans own backyard chicken flocks, and with the economy still struggling to recover, more and more families add them to their property each year.

Of course, that doesn’t mean everyone is doing things right.

Backyard chickens are the topic of this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio as we talk to poultry expert Justin Rhodes, who shares with us money-saving tips and priceless advice he has learned during his years on the homestead.

Rhodes, who gives poultry tips each week through his popular YouTube channel, tells us:

  • How he fed a flock of 30 chickens on merely $1.25 a day.
  • What he doesn’t feed his chickens (the list is short!)
  • Why he is a big fan of electric poultry nets.
  • Which breeds he prefers for eggs and meat.
  • How he gets his flock ready for winter.

Finally, Rhodes tells us how he kills the chickens he processes for meat – using a method your great-grandparents may not have recognized. Don’t miss this amazing show if you own chickens or are considering purchasing a flock!

CIA Spy Secrets That Will Keep You Safe

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Fifty years ago, parents let their children roam free throughout the neighborhood and ride bikes miles down the road, with little concern about their safety. Times, though, have changed, and the world is a much different place. Today, even parents grow weary of going out of the house during certain times of the day.

Violent crime, kidnappings, robberies and carjackings are rampant.

Fear not, though: If you know the tricks to stay ahead of the bad guys, then you and your family can stay safe in a dangerous world.

This week on Off The Grid Radio we talk to former CIA officer Jason Hanson, who reveals secrets and skills he used during his time within the agency to stay alive. In fact, he still uses many of those skills today.

Hanson tells us:

  • The one mistake Americans regularly make in public that can get them robbed.
  • The overlooked self-defense item he carries everywhere – even on airplanes.
  • Easy tips homeowners can follow to keep robbers away.
  • His favorite pistols and rifles for self-defense.
  • The big blunder that men (and even women) make when they’re in a high-tense situation.
  • How to know if you’re being followed.

Finally, Hanson – the author of Spy Secrets That Can Save Your Life — also shares with us his everyday carry (EDC) items … items that you may want to consider purchasing.

Don’t miss this information-packed show that could mean the difference between life and death!

How To Raise A Family Of 6 In A $1,000 School Bus

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Off-grid living has many shapes and forms, but living on a 1970 converted school bus generally isn’t one of them.

Yet one American family is doing exactly that, and on this week’s encore presentation of Off The Grid Radio, we talk to a member of the family, Sarah Springfield, who tells us about the joys and challenges of off-grid bus living.

She, her husband and their four children have lived on the double-decker International school bus for a year and have lessons that every American – on and off the gird – could learn.

Sarah tells us:

  • How much money they’ve saved living on the bus – and why they’re doing it.
  • What she doesn’t miss about living in a house – and what she does miss.
  • How they’re obtaining electricity and water.
  • What life on a bus is like with three small kids and an infant (yes, child No. 4 is a baby).
  • Where they purchased the bus – and where you can get one, too.

The bus has an electric kitchen and a bathroom and other modern-day luxuries we take for granted. But it doesn’t have all the “junk” and “stuff” that piles up in every American room. Why? They don’t have room for it.

Do you think you may be interested in living on a bus? Sarah gives advice on that, too. But even if you’re fine staying in your house, you’ll learn something you can use in your everyday life.

Listen as the mother from one of America’s most unique and inspiring off-grid families shares her story!



4 ‘Survival Nuts’ Your Great-Grandparents Foraged For Each Fall

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Off-Grid Life In a $4,500 Converted School BusNot that long ago, foraging for nuts was a staple of homesteaders and survivalists – a skill that nearly everyone, no matter their background, practiced. Today, though, few people forage for nuts … even though the food is plentiful and free.

But plenty of modern-day homesteaders are re-discovering this lost art, and on this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio we talk to one of the nation’s top foraging experts — Mark “Merriweather” Vorderbruggen, the author of Foraging.

Merriweather learned about foraging at a young age, and he tells us about four nuts that every homesteader and survivalist should know.

Merriweather shares with us:

  • How to know if a wild nut is ready to eat.
  • Which nuts are most prominent and easy to find.
  • How to easily get rid of the bitter taste in the most popular wild nuts.
  • Which popular nut is poisonous and should never be eaten.
  • How to crack and process even the toughest of nuts.

Finally, Merriweather tells us the simple trick you can use to discover if a nut is ripe or ruined – without even cracking it! Don’t miss this educational-but-practical show that will transform how you view fall foraging!



Fall & Winter Gardening: What You Should Be Doing NOW

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Summer gardening season is quickly coming to an end, with fall approaching and winter just around the corner.

Although some gardeners put their tools away for the season during August or September, others keep planting throughout autumn – preparing for a winter harvest.

On this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio we discuss everything you’ve always wanted to know about fall and winter gardening … but perhaps were too embarrassed to ask.

Our guest is Brad Halm, the co-founder of The Seattle Urban Farm Company and the co-author of two gardening books: High-Yield Vegetable Gardening and Food Grown Right, In Your Backyard.

Brad tells us:

  • What you should plant during the fall — and when.
  • How you can plant carrots and overwinter them for an early spring harvest.
  • Which frost-tolerant vegetables can survive cold temperatures, uncovered, down into the 20s.
  • What you can do now to keep harvesting vegetables outdoors, well into January and February.
  • Why fall and winter gardening sometimes producers better-tasting vegetables.

Finally, Brad tells us four unique ways you can garden outside throughout winter – allowing you to enjoy fresh spring vegetables when snow is still on the ground. If you’ve never tried fall and winter gardening, but have always wanted to give it a try, then this week’s show is for you!


Extreme Off-Grid Life, 60 Miles From The Nearest Road

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Homesteading is becoming more and more popular, but few off-gridders choose a location deep into the wilderness, far removed from roads and accessible only by seaplane.

But that is what Ron and Johanna Melchiore did 16 years ago when they built a home in northern Saskatchewan, 60 miles from the nearest road and 100 miles from the closest town. Twice each year they get supplies from a seaplane — and they rarely see another person.

Their style of life is not for everyone, but Ron – this week’s guest on Off The Grid Radio – says he can’t imagine living any other way. In fact, he’s been living off the grid for 36 years.

Ron tells us:

  • How they communicate with the outside world, and what they do if their primary form of communication fails.
  • What they did when a black bear tried breaking into their home.
  • Why they chose to live in such a remote location – and the many benefits it provides.
  • How they built the home, despite not having a construction background.
  • What it’s like to live in a location that often reaches -40 degrees Fahrenheit — and that gets few hours of sunshine during the winter.
  • How they survived several scares with wildfires, including one that got within 50 yards of their house.
  • What they grow and eat – an answer that surprised even us.

Finally, Ron – the author of the new book Off Grid And Free – tells us about the majestic beauty he witnesses each day, including wildlife that most Americans see only at zoos. (He witnesses the Northern Lights regularly.)

Don’t miss this interview with one of the most fascinating off-gridders we’ve ever met!

The Off-Grid Benefits Of Offshore Banking

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Most financial advice tells you how to make money, but it’s rare to hear expert advice on how to protect and keep your money safe.

For example, what if someone sued you following an automobile accident – and cleaned out all of your assets?

It doesn’t have to be that way, and on this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio, we learn how placing your money in an account outside of the United States can protect you from financial ruin.

Our guest is Joel Nagel, the founder of the international law firm Nagel & Associates, who also serves as Belize’s ambassador to Austria and Belize’s permanent representative to its United Nations offices in Vienna.

Nagel tells hosts Bill Heid and Brian Brawdy how things like offshore banking, asset protection and international trusts aren’t simply for the wealthy – but for the middle class, too.

Nagel also tells us:

  • Why he believes that more financial regulation – and not less – is in America’s future.
  • How you can minimize your taxes by moving money outside the U.S.
  • What he believes about investing in gold and other precious metals.
  • Which countries, worldwide, are the best to move to for U.S. citizens.

Further, Nagel – who is hosting a September conference on global asset protection and investment — gives us the pros and cons of dual citizenship and the renouncing of American citizenship.

If you’re concerned about the future of the economy and your family’s finances, then this is one show you don’t want to miss!

The $70,000 Solar-Heated ‘Earthship’ Home That’s Completely Off Grid

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Imagine living in an off-grid home and not ever receiving a utility bill – no electric bill, no water bill, no sewer bill. Even better, you don’t have to stockpile firewood, because your home is heated by the sun.

Sound impossible? It’s not. It is called an earthship home, and on this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio we take a look at these unique houses that are revolutionizing what it means to live off-grid. Our guest is Craig Cook, who lives in an earthship home with his wife Connie in Canada – where temperatures in the winter often hover around 0 degree Fahrenheit.

Incredibly, their home cost only $70,000.

Craig tells us:

  • How his house stays warm in the winter and cool in the summer, without a stove or AC.
  • What is different between an earthship home and a typical homestead house.
  • How he and his wife have all the water they need – without a well or utility hook-up.
  • Why his home incorporates hundreds of used tires … that he got for free.

Craig also shares with us the pros and cons of an earthship home for those considering making the transition. If you’re a homesteader, off-gridder or simply someone who enjoys fascinating people, then don’t miss this week’s show!

Aquaponics: The Secret To Growing More Food Than You Can Eat

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Each spring and summer, gardeners and homesteaders plan their gardens with the goal of growing the most vegetables possible.

But few of them consider aquaponics, a growing method that involves fish and allows gardeners to grow far more vegetables than they can grow in the ground – without dirt and mostly without weeds.

Aquaponics is the topic on this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio as we talk to off-gridder and blogger Zachary Bauer, who has one of the largest solar-powered aquaponics systems in America.

Bauer says aquaponics doesn’t have to be complicated and that anyone can do it – no matter the size of the homestead or plot of land.

Bauer also tells us:

  • What vegetables can (and cannot) be grown through aquaponics.
  • Why vegetables grow faster in aquaponics.
  • What types of fish work best in an aquaponics system.
  • How often the fish from such a system can be harvested.
  • What you need to get started.

Bauer gives us the pros and cons of aquaponics, and he tells us how he set his own system up – and how you can, too. Don’t miss this amazing show if you’re an homesteader or off-gridder looking to grow more food!

Separation Of Church And State: Everything You Were Taught In School Is Wrong

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With the Fourth of July only days away, Americans soon will be looking to the past – to the country’s founding – for words of wisdom and inspiration.

But as is often the case, what we hear on TV and read online about the Founding Fathers isn’t always factual. In fact, if the subject is religion and the so-called separation of church and state, then seemingly everything the mainstream tells us is skewed.

On this special holiday edition of Off The Grid Radio, we separate fact from fiction in the First Amendment as we talk to Stephen Mansfield, the author of some 20 books, including Ten Tortured Words: How the Founding Fathers Tried to Protect Religion in America . . . and What’s Happened.

Those 10 words – “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion” – have been used to take down memorial crosses and Ten Commandment displays, and even to prevent schoolchildren from singing Christmas carols.

Mansfield tells us:

  • How the words of the Founding Fathers have been twisted.
  • The real reason the Founders wanted a religious liberty clause.
  • What Thomas Jefferson and others truly believed about government and religion.
  • How a forgotten Supreme Court case from 1947 wrongly changed how we view church and state.

Mansfield, who also has written books about Lincoln and Churchill, concludes by telling us how we can lead American back to the original intent of the Founders. If you’re a patriot or a lover of history, then you don’t want to miss this week’s program!


4 Clever Ways To Garden In A Drought

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Summer weather is officially here, and for many gardeners that means one thing: a lack of rain. For others, it may mean a drought.

Gardening during summer is never easy, but how do you grow your favorite vegetables when nature simply doesn’t cooperate?

This week’s guest on Off The Grid Radio tells us what to do. His name is David A. Bainbridge, and he is the author of “Gardening With Less Water,” a book that describes low-cost, low-tech methods for using up to 90 percent less water in your garden.

David has several decades of experience in the subject, and his work even has involved growing plants in the Sonoran Desert – an area that gets only three inches of rain a year.

Get ready to junk the sprinkler system as David tells us:

  • How a 2,000-year-old gardening method can help your garden thrive during summer heat.
  • Why the methods he promotes can be used to irrigate any plants – and not simply drought-tolerant ones.
  • How PVC pipe can be used in your garden to save bundles on your water bill.
  • Why he’s not a big fan of drip irrigation systems, and what can go wrong.

All total, David gives us four methods you can use in your garden this year to water your vegetables – no matter how much rain you get. If you’re ready to watch your garden thrive during the scorching heat, then this show is for you!

Repelling Summer Bugs, The All-Natural Way

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We all enjoy summer, but not everything about warmer weather is great.

For starters, wouldn’t it be nice if there were fewer flying insects – and if you didn’t have to grab a can of chemical-laced “OFF!” just to make them go away?

Well, you can, and that’s the topic of this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio. As herbalist and author Stephanie L. Tourles tells us, you don’t have to drench you and your family with DEET or other chemicals this summer. In fact, you may be able to use the all-natural ingredients already in your home to put together a few bug-repelling recipes – and they work!

Tourles is the author of “Naturally Bug-Free: 75 Nontoxic Recipes for Repelling Mosquitoes, Ticks, Fleas, Ants, Moths & Other Pesky Insects.”

She tells us:

  • Which all-natural products you can use to repel mosquitoes.
  • Why she never uses DEET – and urges others to do the same.
  • How you can ward off ticks.
  • What you should do if ants are crawling in your home.

Some of the recipes she shares with us work against almost any flying insect, so even if you don’t have mosquitoes, you should listen. Don’t miss this amazing episode if you hate pesky summer bugs!

Bees: The Easy Off-Grid Money Maker

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Bees: The Easy Off-Grid Money Maker  The subject of homesteading often focuses on various methods of gardening, different types of livestock, or even the multiple ways to generate electricity.

But one area that is often overlooked is bees. As a growing number of homesteaders and off-gridders are discovering, honeybees are a great way not only to grow your own all-natural sweetener, but also to deliver another steady source of income.

Beekeeping is this week’s subject on Off The Grid Radio, as we talk to beekeeper and homesteader Derek Abello, who runs a prominent bee removal and relocation service in Arizona and who is an expert on getting started in beekeeping.

Abello tells us:

  • Why homesteaders and off-gridders should consider beekeeping.
  • How beekeeping can provide extra cash beyond simply the selling of honey.
  • Why beekeeping is far easier than most people realize.
  • Which equipment is needed – and not needed – to get started.
  • How bees can be obtained for free, saving you lots of money.

Finally, Abello tells us how bees helped him and his family get off processed sugar. He also shares advice for those homesteaders who might be squeamish about working around bees.

If you are looking to live a healthier life and wanting to make some extra cash, then this week’s show is for you!


The Day Civilization Nearly Ended

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Four years ago this summer, the sun experienced a solar storm so severe that it nearly wiped out the entire power grid for not only the United States but the entire world.

In fact, the only thing that saved Earth was a stroke of fortune: The storm, known as a coronal mass ejection (CME), missed our plant by a mere seven days. If it had hit Earth – as one did in 1859 – the entire power grid would have been taken down for months, and our day-to-day lives would have been plunged back into the 1800s. As NASA itself acknowledged, the storm would have disabled everything that plugs into a wall outlet.

A new government report says that America is overdue to be hit by a storm, and that’s the topic of this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio. Our guest is Peter Vincent Pry, one of the nation’s foremost experts on threats to the power grid who tells us what we need to know about a massive solar storm that could hit Earth any day.

Pry tells us:
ν How a solar storm that took out Quebec’s grid in 1989 was only a fraction as strong as the 2012 or 1859 storms.
ν Why a solar storm would impact the power grid so dramatically that – unlike what happens during an ice storm – it would not be easily repaired.
ν What life without electricity or gasoline would look like, and whether the U.S. government is prepared for such a civilization-changing event.

In this second of a two-part interview, Pry also shares with us details about how Americans can prepare for a downed-grid – and what they should do to pressure their state and local legislators to do the same.

Don’t miss this week’s show if you care about the future of your family and nation!

Foraging For Survival: Wild Plants You Didn’t Know You Could Eat

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Every week, homeowners across North America spray their lawns with chemicals, killing plants that their grandparents and great-grandparents would have picked and eaten.

In fact, most homeowners likely don’t even realize that those “pesky weeds” are actually edible – and far healthier for you than many items already in the refrigerator.

On this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio we take a look at some of the most common plants you can forage and eat – whether in your yard or in the wilderness. Our guest is Mark “Merriweather” Vorderbruggen, a foraging expert and the author of the new book Foraging, part of the Idiot’s Guide series by DK.

Merriweather tells us:

ν Why it’s essential that every homeowner and off-gridder learn how to forage, even if food is readily available at the local store or in the garden.

ν How foraging played a critical role in feeding his family years ago, essentially keeping them from starving.

ν Why foraged plants are healthier than many common foods we eat every week.

ν Which wild plants you can eat that are growing in your yard right now.

Merriweather also tells us the easiest-to-find wild plants you can eat in the forest, and he closes by listing the biggest foraging mistakes people often make.

If you’re an off-gridder or simply have a love for nature and self-reliance, then this week’s show is for you!

Climate Change: What They’re Not Telling You

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Ten years after Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth hit theaters, a new film is set to be released that tells the other side of the story.

The movie is called Climate Hustle, and in the words of its promoters, it will “tear the cover off of global warming hype and expose the myths and exaggerations of this multi-billion dollar issue.”

Climate Hustle and climate change are the topics of this week’s episode of Off The Grid Radio as we talk to Dr. Bonner Cohen, a senior policy analyst with the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), which produced the movie.

Climate Hustle will appear in theaters on Monday, May 2, for one night only.

Cohen tell us:

  • Why man-made global warming, as the media sells it, is a myth.
  • How science that would discredit climate change is being hidden.
  • What he believes motivates scientists who claim climate change is fact.
  • Why the “media mantra” about polar bears and ice caps isn’t the full story.

If you’ve ever wondered about the real facts behind the climate change debate, then this is one show you don’t want to miss!