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In one of my recent articles, I talked about surviving an airplane crash. Today we'll contemplate another catastrophic scenario: how to survive a train accident. I know, it's holiday season, so let be happy and all that, but better safe than sorry, right? After all, what's happier than being alive? The [...]
Mon, Jun 26, 2017
Source: Survivopedia
There is some good sense beyond the modern push to “no-till” gardening methods. One of the best arguments I've found is that no-till farming and gardening doesn't disturb the soil ecosystem. You may not think of a patch of ground as a huge web of living creatures, but it is. And those [...]
Mon, Jun 26, 2017
Source: Survival Gardner
By now we're all well aware of “superbugs,” or antibiotic resistant bacteria. These terrifying pathogens present a grave threat to the future of human health, because they've grown immune to our best medical treatments. But not all superbugs are created equal. Some are certainly more common than others, and certain strains [...]
Mon, Jun 26, 2017
Source: Ready Nutrition
Of all the disasters that might happen in the near future, a nuclear war is the one I fear most. Not only are tensions between the United States and Russia higher than ever, the increasing number of Jihadists–who are not deterred by the threat of mutually assured destruction–means we are [...]
Sun, Jun 25, 2017
Source: Urban Survivor
Not everybody has a ton of space to grow food, and even for those who do, there are many reasons to use mediums other than soil. Not only that, it's always a good idea to know your options. We live in a land of what if, and our goal is to [...]
Sun, Jun 25, 2017
Source: Survivopedia
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Last week's Homegrown Food Summit 2017 was awesome. Lots of great comments and interaction, plus I picked up many new readers. Welcome aboard, everyone. My presentation Seven Ways to Feed Your Garden for Free! (you can get it here, along with dozens of other presentations) featured Rachel at one point demonstrating our [...]
Sun, Jun 25, 2017
Source: Survival Gardner
Queen Anne's lace plant (Daucus Carota) also known as wild carrot. Weekly Weeder #6 - Range and identification, food and medicinal use, craft uses.
om its use as a feed for young turkeys – dinde.” (Personally, I'd never heard of that name before. Maybe it's a UK thing?) The Woodrow Wilson Foundation Leadership Programs for Teachers cites the origin of the name as follows: “Queen Anne's Lace is said to [...]
Sat, Jun 24, 2017
Source: Common Sense Homestead
Emergency Power Options for Your Home - Keep your critical systems running when the power goes out with generators, batteries or spot chargers.
most any home or homestead if you are stuck with a prolonged power outage. When hit with a natural or man made disaster (small or large) that takes out the grid, it's not long before lack of electricity affects us. How do I keep the food cold and the house [...]
Sat, Jun 24, 2017
Source: Common Sense Homestead
California has added Texas, Alabama, Kentucky and South Dakota to its travel ban. State attorney general Xavier Becerra made the announcement accompanied by representatives from the ACLU and Equality California, which apparently fancy themselves part of government. California's AB1887, enacted last year, purports to ban state employees from travelling to [...]
Fri, Jun 23, 2017
Source: MyGovCost.org
Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall in the United States on Thursday and left plenty of devastation in its wake. Nine people have died including a 10-year-old boy, and emergencies have been declared in Alabama and Louisiana. Evacuation requests have been issued in several states, and multiple levees have been damaged. But [...]
Fri, Jun 23, 2017
Source: Ready Nutrition

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