Don’t Give Up On Gardening – 4 Common Culprits for Gardening Failures


Nearly every prepper “authority” out there will tell you that in order to be truly self-sufficient, whether during a SHTF disaster or even just day to day life, you need a way to produce your own food and that the most efficient way to do that is gardening. I definitely agree with that.   Gardening …

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Defending Yourself against Dog Attacks

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They might be cute and they might be cuddly but dogs can go from man’s best friend to man’s worst nightmare in the blink of an eye.   Dogs attack over 4 million people in the U.S. every single year. While most are not fatal attacks (usually less than 50 fatalities a year) dogs can …

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5 Steps to Building a Pantry Stockpile You Can Be Proud Of


When I first got into prepping I did what a lot of new preppers do. I went out and started buying as much extra food as possible. It didn’t take long for my pantry to start to fill up, and within a month or so I was pretty proud of the 30 day(ish) stockpile I …

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Bugout Route Planning – Being Safe and Supplied On the Road

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The debate about bugging out and bugging in is as old as prepping itself. There are advantages and disadvantages to each strategy, but the reality is that in order to be truly prepared for any local disaster scenario, you need to be prepared to do both depending on the situation.   In today’s post we’re …

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Collapses don’t happen overnight

The possibility of a complete societal collapse has kept more than one prepper up at night. The idea that one day our modern society will no longer be able to support itself and that chaos and violence will replace our cushy daily lives is actually the driving motivation for a lot of preppers out there. …

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