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Denver's Self-Reliance Expo 2011

Denver’s Self-Reliance Expo 2011

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This last weekend we attended the National Self-Reliance Organization’s Semi-annual Expo in Denver, Colorado. It was held at the National Western Complex and accommodated thousands of interested attendees, from near and far. We spoke with dozens of individuals and families who traveled from all over the United States and Canada in order to attend. One […]

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Food Considerations in Times of Crises: Immediate Nutrition-No Preps (1b/5)

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Yesterday, I mentioned the characteristics of Immediate Nutrition components. They included the following: Easily & Safely stored Easily Accessible Open & Eat Retains shelf-life of 3-6 months Light-weight & Compact Weather-Resistant Packaging Nutrient-Dense* Tastes Good & Your Body Processes it well As promised, I’ll go into a little more detail on the points mentioned above. […]

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Welcome to The Berkey Guy’s Blog!

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I’d like to extend a cordial welcome to you! We look forward to providing you with great information to help you on your way to achieving greater self-reliance and peace. Please subscribe to our RSS feed and you will automatically receive updates as we make content available here. By subscribing, you will also receive a […]

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Fixing what’s broken…The Ultimate Lifestyle or “Living the Dream”

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Contemporary culture holds the idea that the ultimate lifestyle or “living the dream” includes: Never-ending amounts of money $$$ “Be[ing] your own boss” Complete freedom from “the daily grind” The ideas are attractive, don’t they? But how in the heck does this apply to self-reliance & preparedness/survival? Well, let’s bring things back into focus. This […]

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Preparedness Mindset Books: Making the Best of Basics: Family Preparedness Handbook

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A Preparedness Lifestyle Resource! Never mind all the scare scenarios. Just close your eyes for a moment and imagine what would happen if you became ill and couldn’t work, or if an earthquake or hurricane or bomb left your community devastated. It happens all the time. When unexpected disasters happen, people who are even a […]

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