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Emergency Food Storage 101

Emergency Food Storage 101

August 19, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin Here’s a quick ‘basics’ for emergency food storage ’101′. Usually the first thing a newbie prepper does is to start building food storage. Building an emergency supply of food storage is one of the easiest things to do because food is readily available (at this time) and you have […]

Low-light combat, turn the tables on your home-invader

Low-light combat, turn the tables on your home-invader

8/11/14 | by Jim Grant As I’m finishing my preparations for the Crimson Trace Midnight Three-Gun Invitational event this week,  I’m struck at how foreign low-light shooting is to me. I’ve shot in a half-dozen IDPA matches that included low-light setups, but all of these were in controlled environments with known targets and predetermined locations. Furthermore, […]

Aeroponic Vertical Organic Growing: Good Food for Less

Aeroponic Vertical Organic Growing: Good Food for Less

by Christina Sarich August 9th, 2014 What if you could grow more food with less water in something that takes up only 8 square feet of your livable outdoor space? You also won’t need soil, and you’ll do no weeding. Further, you’ll enjoy organic, pesticide and herbicide free food that you grow yourself. Sound too good […]

Preparing to Hunker Down in Place

Preparing to Hunker Down in Place

August 6, 2014 By Gaye Levy For the past week, I have been giving a lot of consideration to what I would personally do if there was even the slightest hint of an Ebola pandemic in the United States.  You would think that the process I engage would be easy since I live on an […]

It Doesn’t Take Much Land to Grow A Lot of Food

It Doesn’t Take Much Land to Grow A Lot of Food

Posted on August 2, 2014 by Charles Hugh Smith Perhaps time learning in a garden should be considered as important as time spent sitting in a classroom. The important national discussions about food security and hunger in America rarely seem to mention a critical fact: it doesn’t take much land to grow a lot of […]

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