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DIY Rattle-Can Camo for Weapons and Other Gear

DIY Rattle-Can Camo for Weapons and Other Gear

🕔00:00, 2.Sep 2016

by Bob Do-It-Yourself camouflage with spray paint is easy to do, inexpensive, requires no fancy gear, and doesn’t require a ton of skill or experience to do reasonably well.  For a few dollars and a few minutes up to an

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9 Places Where You Can Find Energy After An EMP

9 Places Where You Can Find Energy After An EMP

🕔10:30, 30.Aug 2016

An EMP blast from the right location has the ability to do serious damage to the power grid. Though you may think this a delusion of preppers and survivalist I can assure you that this is a legitimate threat. Our

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Surviving Martial Law: What To Do If It Hits Your Town

Surviving Martial Law: What To Do If It Hits Your Town

🕔00:00, 29.Aug 2016

by James Walton Millions of Americans are concerned about the overbearing power of the government. They are preparing for a time when the bolts come loose on civilization. Whether this be from the seemingly limitless racial tensions in our nation, government

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Top 27 Medicinal Plants to Learn For Survival

Top 27 Medicinal Plants to Learn For Survival

🕔12:49, 26.Aug 2016

Using plants for medicinal purposes has been a part of being human for as long as we’ve walked on this planet. Different cultures have adopted the plants of their locality to help them heal wounds, control disease, and build-up immunity.

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Grandma’s Homemade Fresh Cheese

Grandma’s Homemade Fresh Cheese

🕔11:56, 25.Aug 2016

Making cheese has been an art for nearly ten thousand years beginning in Europe, then spreading around the world. There’s hundreds of different kinds of cheese with a range of flavors, textures, and appearances. Since it’s been around for so

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September Crops for a Fall Harvest

September Crops for a Fall Harvest

🕔10:56, 24.Aug 2016

Known as a fall garden, there are a number of cold-hardy vegetables that can be direct-sown for harvest in the fall. Some vegetables are just suited to cooler weather, which is to your distinct advantage. Not only that, but the cooler

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38 Questions for Commuters:

38 Questions for Commuters:

🕔07:41, 22.Aug 2016

by Bob Many of us have a daily commute. For some, it’s a pretty short commute, easily a day’s walk. Others have a longer commute, which, in a worst-case scenario, would mean more than a day’s walk to get home. With

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The Lost Art of Scratch Cooking

The Lost Art of Scratch Cooking

🕔00:00, 17.Aug 2016

How many of us really cook from scratch? By that, I don’t mean frying some chicken strips and throwing in a jar of pasta sauce. By scratch, I mean really stripping back how we prepare our food, to using only

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The Best 5 States for Living Off-Grid

The Best 5 States for Living Off-Grid

🕔00:00, 15.Aug 2016

Taking the plunge to live “off the grid” is becoming a very popular trend for preppers, survivalists, and homesteaders alike. Whether the reason is to stop paying for utilities, prepare for the modern collapse, or to just have independence, everyone

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50 Tips From the Great Depression

50 Tips From the Great Depression

🕔11:53, 12.Aug 2016

The Great Depression was one of the most traumatic events in American history. Following the stock market crash of October 1929, industrial production crashed, construction shrank to a fraction of what it had been and millions of people found themselves

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Survival Food That Kids & Adults Will Love

Survival Food That Kids & Adults Will Love

🕔10:49, 11.Aug 2016

Natural hazards, calamities, war, violent rebellions and other ominous events are eventually bound to happen. Our lives will be turned upside down, shaken to the core. But do these catastrophes need to strip away all the little things, routines, and

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How to Start a Beehive

How to Start a Beehive

🕔10:18, 8.Aug 2016

When it comes to prepping food for survival after the collapse, honey is one of the must-haves on the list because it has an indefinite shelf-life. But why stop at just stocking dozens of jars of honey when you can

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10 Awesome Food Ideas for Your Bug Out Bag

10 Awesome Food Ideas for Your Bug Out Bag

🕔11:44, 3.Aug 2016

When putting together a Bug Out Bag, people often focus a lot on what kind of shelter they can carry or what kind of ammo is the most plentiful and lightest feeling in the pack, but to be honest there

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6 Powerful Natural Anti-Inflammatory and Pain Relief Agents for When SHTF

6 Powerful Natural Anti-Inflammatory and Pain Relief Agents for When SHTF

🕔13:49, 1.Aug 2016

by Susan: Inflammatory diseases can affect any part of our body, from joints and muscles to our intestine, internal organs, and even our skin. Many are not life threatening, but they are debilitating and difficult to live with, causing pain

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10 Beautiful Plants That Are Secretly Killing Your Garden

10 Beautiful Plants That Are Secretly Killing Your Garden

🕔07:49, 29.Jul 2016

We have all seen co-workers with unruly offices where books and papers seemingly sprout from the walls. But no matter how high the piles grow the work keeps getting done and the occupants buried under the stacks thrive. Not so

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