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Computer Tech Shows the DHS Just How Easy It Is to Breach the Security of the Power Grid

Computer Tech Shows the DHS Just How Easy It Is to Breach the Security of the Power Grid

When the mainstream news warns of an event that is high on every prepper’s list of concerns, it might be time to double up on your efforts to be ready for it.

Garden Like Your Life Depends on It!

Garden Like Your Life Depends on It!

by Holly Drennan Deyo Originally Published at Dare to Prepare WHY ARE FOOD PRICES SO HIGH? Everyone is complaining about sky high food prices. Why are they going nuts? The fault is mostly due to harsh weather conditions of drought, vicious storms, floods, soggy soil, hail, frost and ice, andRead the Rest…

22½ Uses for Emergency Mylar Space Blankets

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by Lizzie Bennett Originally Published at Underground Medic Before going into the huge number of uses for mylar blankets lets look at their primary use. Most people have a mylar blanket in their kit, the question is, do you know how to use it? That sounds like a stupid question, butRead the Rest…

Long Term Water Solutions: Bugging In

Water solutions for bugging in

Water is second only to oxygen in the hierarchy of survival. Without it, in 3 days, you’ll die.  But it goes much further than that.  Water is vital for basic sanitation, for growing more food, for raising livestock, for cooking, and for treating injuries. So even if you have enoughRead the Rest…

Food Security: Ramping Up The Amount You Harvest

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by Lizzie Bennett Originally Published at Underground Medic As preppers we are far more aware of what’s going on around us than the population at large. We are rightly concerned about the future, and food security for the future occupies our minds on almost a daily basis. We know weRead the Rest…

Your Daily Water Usage May Shock You: 25 Ways to Reduce Your Consumption

25 ways to cut water consumption

It’s beyond dispute that the United States is facing a water crisis. On the West Coast, where much of our produce is raised, an on-going drought has California governor Jerry Brown hinting that water conservation efforts might soon become mandatory. On the East Coast, the water is plentiful but isRead the Rest…

Forget the Flu Shot: Hand-washing and Elderberry Extract Are the Best Defenses Against the Deadly Swine Flu Outbreak

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H1N1, or “swine flu” is sweeping across the country, prompting the mainstream media to trumpet, “DOOM APPROACHES!!! GET YOUR FLU SHOT BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE!!!” Don’t fall for the escalating propaganda that is being propelled by a fear campaign.  The flu vaccine is NOT the best way to protect yourselfRead the Rest…

Could You Cope With The Current Storm If It Lasted Three Months?

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The storm from space courtesy NASA by Chris Carrington Originally published at The Daily Sheeple The news is full of articles about the current winter storm that is gripping much of the country. Deep snow and unprecedented cold, with low-temperature records being broken almost daily. It’s set to last aRead the Rest…

Gov SWAT Teams Target “Rugged Individuals” Who Grow Their Own Food, Produce Their Own Electricity

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by Mac Slavo Originally published at SHTFplan.com The dream of many Americans is to get out of the hustle and bustle of the daily city grind. And what better dream to have then to move your family outside of city limits to the countryside so that you can grow yourRead the Rest…

The EPA Takes an Ax to Self-Sufficiency: Most Woodburning Stoves Will Soon Be Illegal

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When you think of that little dream homestead in the woods, what does it include?  Probably a well and septic system, a little stream bubbling nearby, a chicken coop, a sunroom for winter growing, and a cozy fire to curl up next to. When my daughter and I spent aRead the Rest…