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How To Make A Water Pump In Your Backyard

How To Make A Water Pump In Your Backyard

🕔08:25, 25.Feb 2021

There is a multitude of reasons that we may find ourselves without power and need to move water from one place to another. Whether you need to get water from a source to your home or have a basement full

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18th Century Skills That Will Become Life-Saving When SHTF

18th Century Skills That Will Become Life-Saving When SHTF

🕔08:26, 19.Feb 2021

What will you need to know if you want to survive in a post SHTF world? This article will answer that question by referencing skills that were common amongst our forebears living in the 18th century. But before I give

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10 Cast Iron Cooking Mistakes You Need To Stop Making Right Now

10 Cast Iron Cooking Mistakes You Need To Stop Making Right Now

🕔08:24, 5.Feb 2021

There are so many benefits to cooking with cast iron – especially if you’re a prepper or homesteader. No matter how many different types of cookware litter your kitchen, there’s a good chance that cast iron is the most precious

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The Safest Places To Live In 2021 If You Are A Prepper

The Safest Places To Live In 2021 If You Are A Prepper

🕔10:46, 4.Feb 2021

Well, we survived 2020 and now we face the hope of a new America in 2021. We will be faced with tough choices and tough times, but we will still keep prepping. Some Americans are so disenfranchised with our nation

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How To Make Your Own Salt For SHTF

How To Make Your Own Salt For SHTF

🕔08:25, 29.Jan 2021

Table salt, also known as NaCl (sodium chloride), is just as important to human survival as food and water, and our bodies would be in serious trouble in a short time without it. It is an important mineral for the

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Making Cordage From A Plastic Bottle

Making Cordage From A Plastic Bottle

🕔10:32, 22.Jan 2021

Repurposing containers is one of my favorite things to do. Some people may give little thought to this idea which seems a little odd to me because when we purchase a product, we also buy everything that comes with it,

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Top 13 Survival Uses For Fired Ammo

Top 13 Survival Uses For Fired Ammo

🕔09:35, 19.Jan 2021

As a survivalist and hunter, I go through a good amount of ammunition. This includes both bullets and shotgun shells. Whether I am out tracking down game or enjoying target practice after a stressful day, there are shell casings left

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The Best Places Where You Can Store Fuels Safely In An Emergency

The Best Places Where You Can Store Fuels Safely In An Emergency

🕔08:31, 15.Jan 2021

One of the more difficult things to stockpile is any sort of fuel. That’s primarily because by definition anything we use as a fuel, is flammable. Therefore, there is always risk in storing it; a risk that is directly proportional

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How To Preserve Your Vegetables Using Sand

How To Preserve Your Vegetables Using Sand

🕔10:45, 7.Jan 2021

We work so hard during the summer to keep a sizable garden and have our own fresh produce. When growing my own crops, the growing season quickly becomes the harvesting season. Before long, I have a surplus of vegetables that

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Survival Uses For Soda Cans

Survival Uses For Soda Cans

🕔08:22, 31.Dec 2020

Improvisation is an essential skill for survival. Almost any day-to-day item can be utilized for certain emergency purposes. Things like empty soda cans might seem useless to other people, but, with a little bit of creativity, soda cans can be

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How To Build A Survival Debris Hut

How To Build A Survival Debris Hut

🕔08:02, 24.Dec 2020

The ‘Survival Rule of Three’ states that in inclement weather we can only expect to survive three hours without shelter. It is because of this, that shelter is prioritized before water in most survival situations and is one of the

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Livestock Animals You Should Start Raising For The Upcoming Economic Crisis

Livestock Animals You Should Start Raising For The Upcoming Economic Crisis

🕔08:18, 21.Dec 2020

How much is a cow or a chicken worth? Most of us will answer that question in dollar terms. But what happens to the value of livestock in a world where money has lost it’s value, or hyper inflation sees

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How To Restore A Cast Iron You Bought At Garage Sales

How To Restore A Cast Iron You Bought At Garage Sales

🕔10:12, 18.Dec 2020

The pioneers taught us much about what we know when it comes to campfire cooking and cast iron cookware. They cooked most every meal in these types of skillets and Dutch ovens. It was also very important that they cared

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8 Small Survival Projects You Are Missing On Your Property

8 Small Survival Projects You Are Missing On Your Property

🕔07:53, 15.Dec 2020

Since the isolation we have come to appreciate the idea that ‘our home is our sanctuary’ and we can do much more with our property to make it even better! While it is essential to get out into the world,

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What Happens If You Bury A Cabbage Over Winter?

What Happens If You Bury A Cabbage Over Winter?

🕔08:03, 10.Dec 2020

Do you prefer fresh coleslaw to Sauerkraut in winter? Here are some ideas on how to use available resources, reduce food waste, and eat deliciously wholesome and garden-fresh leafy vegetables throughout the chilly season. Bury your cabbages in the ground

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