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Take Charge Of Your Own Life: The First Steps To Food Independence

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Food Independence is a growing concern for many people, especially as access to foods that are free of GMOs, pesticides and other chemicals grows more and more restricted. For many, self-sufficiency is a path not only to independence and readiness, but a path towards a healthier lifestyle overall. Indeed, dependence on Big Agriculture and other […]

What To Do If You Can’t Evacuate Before a Hurricane

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There are a lot of people stranded in the areas that are likely to be the hardest hit by Hurricane Irma. While it’s easy to say, “Oh, they should have left earlier” and run through the gamut of blame, the fact remains that there are all sorts of reasons that leaving didn’t work out. Gas […]

5 Epic Disasters Are Looming Over Us Right Now

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Doesn’t it seem like all the disasters are coming at us at the same time? Here are 5 things that will make you glad you’re a prepper. And if you’re not, perhaps this is a cosmic kick in the pants that is telling you that you should be. Here are 5 epic disasters that are […]

Why Prepping Is The Best Way To Ensure You Have The Supplies You Need Before The Next Disaster

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Hurricane Harvey is providing a number of lessons to anyone who is serious about learning them — namely, that prepping is the only legitimate way to make sure that you and your family do not go without following a major disaster or societal collapse. As reported by Homeland Security Newswire, the storm left in its wake terrible destruction, but […]

Beware of the “Dark Side” of Humanity During any Collapse

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While there have been countless books, movies and television shows about life after some type of apocalyptic event, chances are none of us will ever actually be forced to experience what its like trying to rebuild society from the ground up. More than likely, the majority of us will never be so hungry that we’re […]

Top 10 Edible Roots to Help Keep you Alive and Healthy in a Survival Situation

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When hermit monk Brother Simon reappeared at the farmer Farrin’s market after not being seen for seven years, people thought they were seeing a ghost. After realizing that Brother Simon was, in fact, alive and well, people started asking him how he managed to survive completely off grid. “I used the knowledge of our wilderness […]

4 Invaluable Lessons From The Great Depression You Need To Remember

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The Great Depression was a low point in our history (pun intended), but in our collective experience of it, there are life lessons to be learned. Regardless of whether or not we are heading towards the same conclusion (hello, crypto-currency crashes), it would do well to remember some basic life hacks. It is, after all, always […]

How to Harvest an Endless Supply of Beets From Your Back Yard

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Beets are a superfood that can be easily grown right in your own back yard.  This article will walk you through the process of cultivating beets correctly so that you have an endless supply of this delicious plant. Take note of these steps when planting beets indoors. Ready the container – Beets can be grown in  both pots […]

Off Grid Living: Grow 25 Pounds of Sweet Potatoes in a Bucket

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Although sweet potatoes are an important staple food for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, this versatile, orange root tuber can be added to many other meals all year round. While sweet potatoes have been used for ages by many cultures around the world, until recently they weren’t a regular sight on American kitchen tables outside of […]

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