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How To Identify Poison Ivy Growing In Your Backyard

How To Identify Poison Ivy Growing In Your Backyard

🕔07:17, 9.Oct 2018

Poison ivy (Toxicodendron radicans) is a very common plant in the United States and it is very persistent. Poison ivy grows rampant and can quickly take over an area. One common sign that you’ve had contact with poison ivy is

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How To Prepare Your House Against Looters

How To Prepare Your House Against Looters

🕔08:50, 25.Sep 2018

Editor’s note: Back in August we posted an article on how a veteran would prepare their home for a SHTF scenario. It would be fair to say this article generated some comments, and they weren’t all agreeing with what it

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How To Turn Your CB Car Radio Into A Powerful Transmitter

How To Turn Your CB Car Radio Into A Powerful Transmitter

🕔06:38, 21.Sep 2018

CB radios are inexpensive, rugged, mobile, and widely available, making them well-suited to use as a SHTF communication system. However, most factory-build CBs only transmit between 4 and 12 watts of output power – fine for short distance communications over

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How To Recharge Alkaline Batteries

How To Recharge Alkaline Batteries

🕔08:07, 11.Sep 2018

The most common batteries on the market for small electronic devices are alkaline batteries. When these hit the market in the 1960s they revolutionized battery-operated electronics. Compared to the zinc-carbon “heavy duty” batteries they replaced, alkaline batteries have almost three

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How To Turn Used Car Batteries Into A Survival Power Bank

How To Turn Used Car Batteries Into A Survival Power Bank

🕔06:01, 4.Sep 2018

You wouldn’t know it from looking at today’s youth, but it’s actually possible to live without electronic devices. I’m pretty sure that if you ask the average non-prepping teen what their most important survival need is, they’d either tell you

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How To Preserve Food With Duct Tape And Bentonite Clay

How To Preserve Food With Duct Tape And Bentonite Clay

🕔07:52, 30.Aug 2018

Food preservation may be one of the most elusive parts of the prepping process. It seems like, just when you think you understand it all, something else pops up that you have to learn. This article will explain a method

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How To Understand The Signals From Animals Just Before A Natural Disaster Strikes

How To Understand The Signals From Animals Just Before A Natural Disaster Strikes

🕔07:20, 21.Aug 2018

We have enjoyed a period of time on this planet that has been relatively calm and habitable. I guess we could argue that since the last ice age, some 12,000 years ago, life on planet earth has been like heaven

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How To Plant Your Orchard To Have Fruits All Year Round

How To Plant Your Orchard To Have Fruits All Year Round

🕔06:52, 3.Aug 2018

There are few things more rewarding than watching your orchard full of fruit trees and berries grow. Keeping an orchard is a long term investment. Most fruit trees won’t even give you a hint of production in the first three

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How To Tell The Difference Between The Healing “Queen Anne’s Lace” And Deadly “Hemlock”

How To Tell The Difference Between The Healing “Queen Anne’s Lace” And Deadly “Hemlock”

🕔08:27, 30.Jul 2018

The edible and healing Queen Anne’s Lace is a member of the same family as the poisonous Hemlock and the plants look similar. You should always be sure of your identification before using a plant, but in this case the

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How To Stockpile Lard, The Calorie Rich Survival Food Of The Great Depression

How To Stockpile Lard, The Calorie Rich Survival Food Of The Great Depression

🕔07:23, 26.Jul 2018

Suicides exploded during the great depression. The stats are pretty alarming. They state that in 1928 22 people per 100,000 were committing suicide. These suicide jumps have happened over time and are often due to economic downturn. The fact that

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The Three-Year Shelf Life Viking Survival Food (With Pictures)

The Three-Year Shelf Life Viking Survival Food (With Pictures)

🕔06:59, 23.Jul 2018

A prepper’s way of life is to plan for any type of situation that might occur throughout life. One area that’s a concern for many is food. It’s easy to grab the non-perishables because they… well, don’t perish. However, while

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How to Stop Migraines with Salt

How to Stop Migraines with Salt

🕔08:04, 20.Jul 2018

It is rare that we view salt – once a harbinger of doom for those with high blood pressure, or those at risk for heart disease or stroke – as a remedy for anything.  Emerging research, however, suggests that episodic

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How to Make Shotgun Shells at Home? (With Pictures)

How to Make Shotgun Shells at Home? (With Pictures)

🕔07:16, 17.Jul 2018

This article was gladly contributed by author Andrew Garfield from The Shooters Optics. The smoothbore shotguns or scattergun were among the earliest firearms that man adapted for practical use. Designed in the early 17th century, the “fowling pieces,” as these shoulder

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How to Make Bannock the Survival Food Rich in Vitamin C

How to Make Bannock the Survival Food Rich in Vitamin C

🕔07:18, 9.Jul 2018

While retail shelves and online retailers have stock that is full of designer hiking and camping foods, there are those that can be made at home and that have stood the test of time. Nowadays the sugary, over priced granola

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How to Build a 44-Day Stockpile for Only $2.40 a Day

How to Build a 44-Day Stockpile for Only $2.40 a Day

🕔08:30, 5.Jul 2018

The average meal for two in a typical NYC restaurant is $102.60. I wondered how much food I could buy with that same amount of money to add to my stockpile. Here’s how I bought and stored 44 days’ worth

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