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items a prepper should never throw away

Items a prepper should never throw away


What are some items a prepper should never throw away  It’s National Preparedness month in September and you’ll see a lot of information about getting prepared and the types of things you should have on hand.  An important aspect of getting prepared should also include making the most out of the things you might already […]

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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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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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Home Made Yogurt

Home Made Yogurt

Home Made Yogurt By Winnie The other day a few of my neighbor friends and I got together and shared some of our home made items. I shared my liquid and dry laundry detergent recipes, someone shared how to make window cleaner, but the most popular item of the evening was the home made yogurt. […]

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Drawing Salve

DIY – Drawing Salve

DIY-Drawing Salve: Do you have slivers? Not anymore! If you’re like most people, you probably have at one time or another gotten a splinter that has been difficult to get out. Either it is really deep and hard to get to or the victim is a small child and they are wiggly and getting them […]

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cold frame basics

Cold Frame Basics – Frost? No Problem!

Cold Frame Basics – Extending the Growing Season With December well on its way and the yard properly cleaned up, you are be well prepared for the winter. The Autumn’s harvest is stored and preserved. But what if I told you that you could extend the growing season by two months? Well, you can if you build […]

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