May 19, 2019
  • 12:07 pm The First 19 Foods You Should Stockpile For Disaster (A good stockpile of food will go a long way toward helping you survive the aftermath of any disaster or life crisis, especially when grocery stores are emptied)
  • 6:50 pm The First 19 Foods You Should Stockpile For Disaster
  • 11:41 am 10 Ways To Improve Your Situational Awareness (Situational Awareness Is A Key Component In Your Ability to Survive Almost Any Situation)
  • 4:56 pm Plan Your Survival Shelter: 5 Stages To Building A Survival Cabin
  • 12:47 pm Many People Are Convinced That Civilization As We Know It Will Collapse Or, At Best, Experience A Prolonged Interruption- The Golden Hour: What to Do In The First 60 Minutes of SHTF

A big preparedness lesson from history is the summer of 1816 – the year without a summer. Apparently Spring seemed normal that year. But as the calendar progressed into summer, the temperatures & weather began rolling back. Cold temperatures and nearly permanent overcast was the new normal. The weather in North America and Europe during […]

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People from the city regions with their urban ideas can make it difficult or disrupt the way of life for those who live rural. What do I mean by that? In my view there are two primary contributing factors: Cities Control Political Direction 1. The cities constitute the political direction of a region. Even a state. […]

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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 has their own reasoning. Still, disconnecting yourself from the electrical grid, as well as sewage and […]

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There’s something otherworldly and mysterious about the world of fungi, which is part of the reason taking the dive into wild mushroom hunting can be so intimidating. Even after becoming an avid plant forager myself, I held off from expanding into mycophagy, or wild mushroom foraging, assuming it to be more “advanced” than plant foraging, and more […]

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Some of us are born with a restless soul; to quench that thirst for adventure many have taken to thru-hiking long-distance trails throughout the United States. The freedom of taking the road less traveled, and completing one of these scenic trails is something that attracts thousands of diehard outdoorsmen, backpackers, and ramblin’ men every year. […]

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During our boiling, broiling, blistering summer of 2012 here in the Missouri Ozarks, water was a topic of conversation wherever we went. Creeks and ponds dried up (some never recovered) and the water table dropped, forcing a few neighbors to have their well pumps lowered or to even have deeper wells drilled. Many folks shared […]

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515 years ago the Crimean Tatars finally destroyed the Golden Horde. It lasted for nearly 300 years, and in a certain period directly or indirectly controlled the entire territory of Ukraine, if you believe historical atlases. On the Golden Horde, its heritage and the role it played in the history of Ukraine, Radio Svoboda spoke […]

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There’s plenty of information online about where you shouldn’t live off-grid. There’s advice about which climates just don’t work with solar power, or tales of how cities have denied a family’s off-grid dreams. So, where should you go? We’ll walk you through the considerations you need to keep in mind when choosing the best places to live […]

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What’s a Pilgrim? The Pilgrim Fathers, like Thanksgiving itself, are quickly slipping down the collective memory hole of American materialism and self-indulgence. We no longer care that such a people lived, nor do we have any real conception of why they came to North America. Those who know something of the Pilgrims may speak vaguely […]

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In the words of philosopher and poet George Santayana, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” But this time around, we beg to differ! We agree that advice from the early 1900s is not the first place you go for hacks to make life simpler. (Thanks, Google!) However, the New York […]

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