By: Matt “Papa Bear” Wooddell Many people, when first joining the preparedness community initially focus on guns and ammo. They want nice, useful, and effective weaponry and enough ammunition to last for years and years before needing to purchase more. After a few years of prepping and a few years’ worth of trips to the […]
Author Archive: Alive14
Great points to consider on where you plan on Bugging to! Out to another retreat, or stay home. Check out this information!
If you live in an area known for flooding or if you have flooding on your “prep for this” list, this article is for you!
Great information about maintaining survival items on your person (or close by) at all times. Check it out!
Triggers and key indicators of economic collapse are not always clear cut. Here is some valuable insight into making your own decisions!
Fukushima,why it’s still of concern – What can we do to protect ourselves and the use of Calcium Bentonite Clay by Alive14
Great current information regarding the atomic disaster in Japan! Good references to reading and listening to more about it. Some cost-effective help with reducing radiation damage!
Food storage: canning #10 cans at a cannery vs. buying bulk online or in store – My experience at a local cannery
Detailed experiences using the LDS cannery and canning at home to save money on food storage!
Great modern uses for an old tyme food! The Rutabaga is a great survival crop.
Very detailed description of the Pros and Cons of Pressure / Canner cookers, water bath canning, and the tools needed to safely operate them.
Preparing your Bug-Out-Bag! Down-to-earth list of essentials for you and your family!