Harvesting Rainwater Reality Check

Harvesting Rainwater Reality Check

Click here to view the original post.Harvesting Rainwater Reality Check Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below! “Water, water, everywhere, And all the boards did shrink; Water, water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink.” -Samuel Taylor Coleridge. As preppers, we all know how vital water is to survival. We have the filters, the chemicals, the … Continue reading

What I’ve Learned As A Prepper In The Past 5 Years

Click here to view the original post.Let me start by sharing with you a fact that is the foundation of being a smart prepper: Preparedness is inevitable but it does not come overnight. Yes! This is the biggest lesson I learned in my last five years! This realization is now my motivation to become a … Continue reading

Survival Medicine Hour: Ticks, Volcanoes, Special Guests

Click here to view the original post.Survival Medicine Hour: Ticks, Volcanoes, Special Guests SURVIVAL MEDICINE HOUR PODCAST Old Faithful is a sign of a mass of superheated water and rock below Yellowstone National Park Can you prepare for a day at the beach? Can you prepare for an asteroid strike? Well, preparing for volcanic eruptions … Continue reading

Book Review: Back To Basics

I recently was asked to review two new books from Skyhorse Publishing. They are Abigail Gehring’s Homesteading and Self-Sufficiency. These two books are the latest in Shyhorse’s Back to Basics series. If you follow my blog, you know that I have recommended the original Reader Digest Back to Basics book for a long time. This … Continue reading

What Is An EDC (Everyday Carry) Bag? And Why It’s Important To Have A Well-Maintained EDC Bag?

Click here to view the original post.While EDC items have become rather fashionable its also important to understand that they are part of a very important process. The idea behind EDC is that you have everything you are going to need in a daily situation as well as an emergency situation. Companies all over the … Continue reading

5 Dangers of Fuel Storage

Fuel is the critical component to the operations of many businesses and industries. If you are an employee of such an enterprise, then you may be familiar with fuel safety and storage regulations. There are many safety codes concerning how to store fuel. Whether you’re at home or […] The post 5 Dangers of Fuel … Continue reading

Could Ebola become airborne? If so, then what?

Click here to view the original post.The most recent news on Ebola (EVD or Ebola Viral Disease) is a worrying outbreak in a major city in Africa. Mbandaka is a city of 1.2 million residents in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and a major transport hub … Continue reading →

Using a Greenhouse for Food Self-Sufficiency

Using a Greenhouse for Food Self-Sufficiency

Click here to view the original post. by Jackie Roberson This Greenhouse Invention from Purdue Could Help Address the Global Food Crisis Recently, researchers at Purdue University have been working on creating an automated conveyor-belt type system… Read the rest The post Using a Greenhouse for Food Self-Sufficiency appeared first on The Organic Prepper.

Watergun: grips

Click here to view the original post.Set of grip screws arrived today. Had some cheesey plastic P35 grips laying around, so no extra cost there. Also had a couple crappy USA Brand P35 mags sitting around that I never got around to throwing out. (USA mags are unbelievably worthless.) Took the followers out and put … Continue reading

7 Brute Ways To Protect Yourself From Barbarian Hoards in a Collapse

7 Brute Ways To Protect Yourself From Barbarian Hoards in a Collapse

Click here to view the original post. ReadyNutrition Readers, we did a segment on some positive actions and strategies of the Roman Army to incorporate into your SHTF battle plans.  But what about the barbarians?  Yes, the Roman war machine was the penultimate fighting unit down to the individual level.  It was after the Republic … Continue reading

New Computer Enroute!

Click here to view the original post.Hey Folks. I’ve given up trying to work around or unscrew my current computer. Pulled the trigger on a new one which will be here early next week. So the post I planned to do today will be up then.  

Free PDF: Fuel From Farms

Click here to view the original post.Fuel From Farms was republished to help fill the information void that exists with regards to fermentation ethanol. Fuel from Farms tackles the subject of fermentation ethanol in a balanced and reasoned way, with an emphasis on small scale production using farm crops as the source of raw materials. … Continue reading

Book Review: 1984

Click here to view the original post.Along with Atlas Shrugged,  1984 is one of my “go-to” philosophical fiction books that I read to keep myself grounded when I get to feeling that the majority of people do not share my belief that we are heading in the wrong direction. I find it telling that some of … Continue reading

Top 5 Crank Flashlights For Emergency Survival

Top 5 Crank Flashlights For Emergency Survival

Click here to view the original post. No survival kit is complete without a crank flashlight. There are a few elements you should consider before purchasing your own. Take a look at your rankings to find the best crank flashlight in your price range. Planning for the unexpected is the only way to make sure you … Continue reading

Preparedness Alert: Hawaiians Caught Totally Unprepared for Volcanic Dangers

Preparedness Alert: Hawaiians Caught Totally Unprepared for Volcanic Dangers

Click here to view the original post.  Recent volcanic eruption leaves many Hawaiians totally unprepared for toxic gases and other power grid threats. Residents of Hawaii’s Big Island were caught completely unprepared for dangers from the Kilauea Volcano that included toxic gases, ash, and power-grid blackouts. Only one store in the town of Pahoa just … Continue reading

The Problem with Customer Loyalty Cards

Click here to view the original post.For those of us concerned with privacy (and we should all be), I recommend that we limit the use of affinity or customer loyalty cards. These cards are used by companies to “reward” loyal customers with special deals. Why limit our use of these cards? Although affinity/loyalty cards can … Continue reading

Dealing with Pantry Pests: Rodents

Click here to view the original post. by Melonie Kennedy It’s obvious that rodents can make a big mess, damage structures and food storage containers, and can eat up both our food and the money used to … Read the rest The post Dealing with Pantry Pests: Rodents appeared first on The Organic Prepper.

The Social Network!

The Social Network James Walton “I Am Liberty ” Audio player below! Are you concerned about social media? Do you wonder about your privacy on sites like Twitter and Facebook? It has been made painfully clear that these businesses aren’t afraid to silence those they disagree with and promote those they do not. On this … Continue reading

Building Your Family’s Natural Home Medicine Cabinet

Building Your Family’s Natural Home Medicine Cabinet

Click here to view the original post. Begin to prepare now by stockpiling time-tested treatments. In a post-collapse survival situation having recourse to your own private, natural home medicine cabinet will be critical. You can begin to prepare now by stockpiling time-tested treatments that will allow you to delay or even avoid a trip to … Continue reading

4 Tomato Planting Mistakes – How To Grow Great Tomatoes!

Click here to view the original post.By simply avoiding a few common tomato planting mistakes, you can be well on your way to growing and harvesting your best tomato crop ever this year! Tomatoes are one of the most beloved crops of the home vegetable gardener. The post 4 Tomato Planting Mistakes – How To … Continue reading

Don’t Sleep Through The Harvest

Click here to view the original post.     As my body matures with age and my relationship with Jesus matures spiritually, I am less concerned with the trappings of this world. Oh, there was a time that it mattered if my salary was increasing, or how late the model of my car was, or even how … Continue reading

Top Summer Jobs to Teach Teens Prepping Skills

Click here to view the original post.Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal. Editors Note: Another guest contribution from valknut79 to The Prepper Journal. Is this another time-honored tradition being impacted by year-round school? I hope not as I learned much from summer jobs that ranged from loading 100-lbs. bags of borate onto rail-road cars during … Continue reading

Top Summer Jobs to Teach Teens Prepping Skills

Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal. Editors Note: Another guest contribution from valknut79 to The Prepper Journal. Is this another time-honored tradition being impacted by year-round school? I hope not as I learned much from summer jobs that ranged from loading 100-lbs. bags of borate onto rail-road cars during a United Mine Workers strike in … Continue reading

Interview With Jonathan Hollerman of Grid Down Consulting

Interview With Jonathan Hollerman of Grid Down Consulting

Click here to view the original post.This week of the Survivalist Prepper Podcast I was honored to have Jonathan Hollerman on to talk about his books, what Grid Down Consulting is, and his thoughts on a number of situations we might face in a SHTF scenario. During the interview we went over quite a bit … Continue reading

(Video) Brazilian Police Woman shoots Bad Guy

Click here to view the original post.Hi FerFal, Just an article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5724427/Gunmans-attempted-robbery-families-waiting-outside-school-Sao-Paulo-foiled-mother.html Apart from the praise of her awareness, the lady showed quite a good tactical movement (even the robber down, she immediately went for cover, still maintaining aim), and it’s also worth noticing this form of concealed carry: in her bag. I wouldn’t bet … Continue reading