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Posted on July 23, 2014 by Jacob B.
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Posted on July 23, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
First aid and medicine will be in short supply when you can't call a doctor. Growing your own medicine is not difficult and doing so could ultimately save your life. The salves, poultices, wound washes, and tinctures which can be made from trees also have a long-shelf life and can be stored for future emergency [...]
This post was posted in Emergency Preparedness, Self Reliance and was tagged with bark tea, bark tincture, growing your own medicine, leaf tea salve, leaf tincture, medicianal trees, medicine from bark, medicine from leaves, off the grid, off the grid pharmacy, poultices, salves, tinctures, wound washes
Posted on July 23, 2014 by Kent Page McGroarty
People raise rabbits for a number of reasons, including for fur, show and food. Less expensive than raising chickens, raising bunnies can turn into a profitable business or side business. If interested in this idea, check out a few tips for raising bun-buns the right way:
Before doing anything else, ensure it's legal to raise rabbits [...]
Posted on July 22, 2014 by Kent Page McGroarty
Hot weather, hot and humid weather, thunderstorms, hurricanes...summer weather can be brutal depending on where you live, especially if your region is prone to nasty storms. Prepare yourself for unpredictable summer weather by utilizing the following tips...hey, it's a lot better than getting struck by lightening!
Hot weather is often excruciating, especially if you live [...]
Posted on July 21, 2014 by Brian Meyer
Summer is the time for family getaways and vacations, but just because you’re taking time off from work doesn’t mean you should be taking time off from prepping. Instead of thinking about prepping as an act you do when you buy supplies or put in a new garden, it needs to be a lifestyle. Disaster [...]
Posted on July 19, 2014 by Lorin John
Getting outta Dodge-what to do when you need to leave.
We have all seen this picture, or ones like it:
A major city is in the path of a hurricane, or wildfire, or some other disaster, and the call goes out to evacuate the city, and chaos ensues. Our transportaton grid just isn’t designed to handle the [...]
Posted on July 18, 2014 by Brian Meyer
Bushcraft is the name we give a collection of skills that all involve thriving in the wilderness. From knowing how to build a fire in various conditions to finding food by hunting and foraging, to carving and building necessary items from wood and other natural materials; bushcraft is all about surviving long term without the [...]
Posted on July 17, 2014 by Rebecca Maxwell
As you head outdoors for recreational activities, the three most important words to remember are: Leave No Trace. Leave No Trace is a nonprofit organization that seeks to advocate the responsible use of environmental resources. They accomplish this through educating others about their collection of outdoor ethics, referred to as the Seven Principles.
The purpose of [...]
Posted on July 16, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
The honeybee population has been experiencing 30 percent declines since 2005. If the little pollinators vanish form the face of the Earth, the human race is not far behind. About every third bite of food we shovel onto our forks was pollinated by a honeybee. Colony collapse disorder has been studied by scientists from around [...]
This post was posted in News and was tagged with agriculture, beekeeper, bees, colony collapse disorder, dead bees, GMO crops, herbicides, honeybees, monsanto, pesticides, saving the bees, whole foods
Posted on July 16, 2014 by Capt. William E. Simpson
The recent news about the EPA’s new definition of ‘tributary’ had me doing some research into EPA related news, recent studies and actions that have been undertaken by the EPA and the current administration, including some of the people in the House and the Senate.
The EPA and many other government officials and agencies have adopted [...]