The Art of Barter: When Money Has No Meaning

You See the Precedent Throughout History. A Collapse of the Government, Economy or Catastrophic Disaster Can Make Money a Thing of the Past. In many undeveloped...

The Chemistry, Physics and Science of Food Preservation

Whether you call it pickling, canning or jarring there’s more to food preservation than a recipe  Many people engage in canning and pickling foods.  Everything from...

How to Make Pioneer Candies and Treats

When There Was No Candy Store You Had to Improvise A sweet tooth is nothing new.  Candy has been a favorite going back to when primitive peoples first discovered the...

Wood Stove Vs Pellet Stove: Which One is Right for You?

Both Types of Stoves Have Advantages and Disadvantages.  Here’s How to Weigh the Options. The idea of wood heat is appealing to many people.  In many ways it...

10 Ways to Maximize the Heat from Your Wood-Burning Stove Across the Whole House

Wood-stoves are Space Heaters.  Here’s How to Get the Heat into Those Hard to Reach Places. Many of us enjoy the warm, direct heat of a wood burning stove. ...

Home Solar Power 101

Here’s What You Need to Know About Home Solar Power and How to Get Started How many of us think solar power is a good idea but just never seem to get around to...

Natural Materials You Can Use in Place of Goose Down

When it Comes to Insulation, Goose Down is the Champ.  Here’s How to Find Natural Substitutes that are Just as Good. There’s a reason Goose Down is found in so...

How to Restore Early American Lumber and Carpentry Tools

It’s Time to Get Those Antiques Off the Walls and Back into Our Hands Believe it or not, there was a time with no power tools.  Everything was done by hand and the...

Mastering the Craft of Making Jerky

It’s Not Just for Beef Anymore.  Here’s How to Explore the Jerky World. It’s hard to say where and when jerky originated.  We’ve been drying food for...

8 Ways to Turn Tin Cans into a Kitchen

Hobos Mastered the Craft of Tin Can Cookery and You Can Too. It’s one thing to forage in the wilderness for wild foods, but...

Building a Wood Stockpile on the Cheap

by | July 3, 2018

One of the survival supplies you rarely hear people talk about stockpiling is firewood. Yet, if you talk to most preppers about their plans, they intend to heat their homes and cook their food with wood. This makes a lot of sense, as mankind has used wood as our major heat source for pretty much […]

Building a Bug Out Bag at the Dollar Store

by | May 7, 2018

Building a bug out bag on a budget? It always pays to be ready, and even your local dollar store can provide some prepper essentials. Here are some examples.

Top 12 Bug Out Bag Essentials for the Urban Prepper

by | May 7, 2018

Current mainstream philosophy in the prepping community is that it is better for most people to bug in, rather than bug out. But that philosophy is based on the idea that it is easier to survive at home, than it is if you bug out. So bugging in is only the thing to do as […]

Beyond the Bug-out Bag

by | April 26, 2018

Building and keeping a bug out bag is an essential part of survival strategy. The idea of having a packed and prepared bag available, filled with everything you need to have to survive, means that all you have to do is grab your bag and go, should the need arise. But that’s not to say […]

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