You may not realize this, but homesteading is by far the best way to prepare for most disasters, especially the ones that will last a long time. A homestead will not only give you a safe haven to bug in to, but it’ll also offer multiple renewable and off the grid food and water sources, sources that will likely continue to feed you when SHTF.
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It’s DAY 4 of the 30-Day No Grocery Shopping Challenge! I’m already beginning to ration what little we have in the dairy department! Not to mention the problems I’m having with our lack of food storage organization!
A lot is going on in our country right now. A lot is going on with technology, the economy, and the world stage. It would be naive of us to assume that life as we know it will always be as it is now. Will you be caught off guard?
Looking for a portable, wood burning stove? Check out my field review of the Hot Ash Stove and see if it might be exactly what you need! Great for camping, off grid cooking, and emergency preparedness.
A still can be useful for so many things: making essential oils, distilling spirits, fuel alcohol, making antiseptics… it’s just one of those things that we definitely wanted to add to our emergency preps. Here’s how we built our own with a Clawhammer Still Kit.
“They say “Knowledge is power”, but in a survival situation it could mean more than that, it could mean life or death. The right kind of books can help you get through the hardest of times. Here are 40+ of my favorite books for emergency preparedness and survival.