Places to Store Emergency Food

5 Clever Places to Store Emergency Food

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Which places to store emergency food do you use? You’ve been taking time to gradually build up your canned food storage, but now you’ve run into a problem: you’ve reached critical mass! The amount of storage you have (or need to have) exceeds the amount of available space in your home. Where’s it all going […]

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corrugated metal

Working with Corrugated Metal

You’ve probably seen plenty of photos featuring clever uses of corrugated steel – the kind of material that can be used for just about anything. Here are just a few of the ways DIYers have turned corrugated steel into something special: After seeing those beautiful and functional examples, you’re probably feeling the same thing we […]

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Composting Basics

Composting Basics 101

Composting Basics, The Motherlode Of Organic Fertilizer In a previous post, we discussed how using organic fertilizer will help your garden yield better results. Today we will talk about the mother lode of organic fertilizers: compost. Compost is simply organic material that has been broken down so that it is no longer recognizable as anything […]

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emergency candles

Make 50-hour Emergency Candles for Less Than $2 Each

Learn How to Make 5o Hour Emergency Candles Once, in college, the power went out on my half of town. (I went to school in a small town in Idaho.) since my roommates and I had very little interest in preparedness at the time, we only had a single flashlight for out apartment. It was […]

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Organic Fertilizer

Organic Fertilizer

Organic Fertilizer Now that Spring is around the corner and the Earth is waking up from it’s winter slumber, it is time to start preparing to plant your garden. Hopefully, you have some seedlings started with the help of these handy tips and tricks but the soil needs to be prepared as well. What should […]

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spring storm

The Ultimate Spring Storm Checklist

  Source: Cheaper than Dirt It’s looking like the wild weather we’ve had this winter isn’t going away – it might actually get worse. Tyler Stanfield from Wunderground has an excellent analysis that predicts 3 hurricanes and 1 major hurricane along the Atlantic. Those of us in the west aren’t in for a walk in […]

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Suturing Wounds

Suturing Wounds

Does the thought of Suturing Wounds make you queasy? The very definition of the word prepper is someone who has prepared themselves for as many disastrous situations as possible. They have prepared themselves in the event where the survival depends on things that they can manage on their own without the help of traditional services. […]

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