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The Fourth “B” In Prepping

This is one of the least talked about subjects in open forums across the prepper-verse. I see YouTube videos of people's preps, but I do not see a lot of building up supplies for this. Yes, this is a natural thing that all animals...

How to Prepare Your Soil for Planting Tomatoes

It is every farmer’s dream to produce firm, sweet and blemish free tomatoes. However, just like vegetable farmers, tomatoes farmers face numerous disappointments such as poor quality, low produce, and diseases. Many of such factors are related to the soil quality, its nutritional level...

6 Things Preppers Often Don’t Do Enough

The first half of this year is almost over, which means millions of people are going to try to lose weight and get in better shape over the next few months. Sadly, most of them will fail. But if you’re a prepper, you can’t...

How to use Christmas to Get Your Friends and Family Into Prepping

Gathering together with friends and family during Christmas time can be a prime opportunity to introduce preparedness into their lives – or expand on a small interest in survival and the skills they already possess. We can do far more than simply hand our loved...

Are You Really Prepared?

Is your family really prepared for an unexpected emergency? If something happened tonight, would you be ready? A lot of preppers spend an awful lot of time doing things like stocking up food, storing and inventorying supplies, learning first aid and so on. Those are all good things...

Prepping for Long Distance Hikes

It’s easy to forget that a lot of bushcraft and survival skills practiced today, recreationally or as part of a survival/preparedness strategy, were once used extensively by explorers and adventurers on long-distance expeditions. These explorers had, in turn, learned many of those skills from...