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SURVIVAL

The Best Guide To Making Survival Pemmican, That Can Live Longer Than You

We’re going to do an introduction on making pemmican, a survival and backpacking food that can be used all year round as well as prepared anytime.  It is a lot simpler to make than most people realize, and does not take up a whole lot of resources or too much …

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SELF-SUFFICIENCY
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6 Off-Grid Lessons From Amish Life We All Should Learn

Several years ago we had a week-long power outage in my region. Even though we live in a fairly old-fashioned rural community, panic still set in somewhere around hour 12 of the weather-related disaster. It was summer, a really, really hot summer, with temperatures hitting about 95 degrees before noon. …

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HOMESTEADING

The Best Ways To Get 10 Times More Potatoes

Americans love potatoes, eating about 125 pounds, per person, per year. Although potatoes are easy to grow, many off-gridders on small plots of land avoid them because traditional growing techniques take up a lot of space. However, by using the caging technique, you can get a high yield in a …

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SELF-SUFFICIENCY

The Main Causes For Which Chickens Do Not Make Eggs In The Winter

If you are looking into becoming more self-sufficient, one of the first places you can begin to impact your reliance on our modern systems is in how you get the food you eat. Most of us get our daily bread from the grocery store which as we have pointed out before, …

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SURVIVAL

Skills To Survive Without Modern Conveniences – 9 Forgotten Pioneer Skills to Learn

Living without power, mini-marts, cars, electronics or running water may seem like a nightmare scenario but to pioneers it was just the way life was. Having the skills to survive without modern conveniences is not only smart in case SHTF, it’s also great for the environment. We’ve compiled a list of homesteading …

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HOMESTEADING

Homestead Survival: 6 Steps To Prepare Your Homestead For Survival

How To Develop Your Bug Out Location Into A Homestead Survival Safe Haven Once you’ve locked down your bug out location, you need to figure out how to establish this place. That’s where homestead and survival come together. You want to come up with a plan to develop your new found …

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SURVIVAL

The Old-Fashioned Method Of Keeping The Water In Case Of Survival, A Very Cheap Method

You turn on the faucet and there it is: as much water as you could possibly want. But then, as a prepper, you think, “What about the day when I turn it on and nothing comes out?” Many people buy bottled water for their stockpile, and that’s fine, but you …

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NEWS
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NUCLEAR TSUNAMI: Russian Bombs Detonated On SeaFloor Could Drown Major U.S. Cities

A former Russian Defense Ministry spokesman recently told the Russian news outlet Komsomolskaya Pravda that Russia had been burying nuclear bombs off the coast of America. Colonel Viktor Baranetz said that the “mole nukes” would be used to trigger a tsunami which could drown major American cities. He went on …

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ALTERNATIVE

Raising Rabbits To Make Profit, Very Easy To Do

Rabbit is not a mainstream source of meat these days, but it didn’t used to be that way. For centuries, people have raised these animals on their farms for food, and for many thousands of years before that, hunted them. Rabbits breed easily, grow quickly and are relatively easy to …

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HOMESTEADING

Gardening During Drought And Hard Conditions

For a homesteader, gardening is a crucial element of living off the land. If you grow your own food, a drought can be a scary and trying time. However, droughts are a fact of life, and depending on where you live, may be a fairly regular occurrence. That’s why the …

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