handful of seeds
26 Jun 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
  The world is definitely getting crazy—even in our “free” nation of the U.S. The action we need to take as pursuers of self-sufficient lifestyles is to ask ourselves WHAT and HOW do we need to address this? The types of messages I’m receiving from readers increases, and the craziness of it still has the ability to surprise me occasionally. The message that I’m going to share with you today is one of those. As some back story on this, I received the following message from one of my long-time...
24 Jun 2013 by
Filed in Clothing & Shelter Preparedness
By Garfield Refining, Guess Contribution   An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. That said, an ounce of gold or silver can offer far more value than what it’s current monetary value may provide in the event of a survival scenario as a direct result of a world-wide crisis.   Should a financial meltdown of epic proportions ever happen, the current monetary and gold-backed currency system as we know it will be rendered null and void. Natural resources in scarce supply such as fresh...
18 Jun 2013 by
Filed in Financial Preparedness
There has been a “rest of the story” kind of story brewing for several weeks since I first wrote and published the article about the LDS Canneries on May 4th of this year. So when the LDS Church finally provided a formal press release today with detailed information on that very topic, I decided that today was just as good of a time as any to write “the rest of the story.” Why in the world did I write the story in the first place and why did I have to add all of the “government conspiracy...
13 Jun 2013 by
Filed in Preparedness
  Get your sewing machines revving because it's time for another Preparedness Pro contest. Create and submit a winning bib apron style and you could win a Brother HC1850 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine!! 1st Place: Brother HC1850 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine 2nd Place: $50 3rd Place: $25 This isn't a lottery drawing here; you're not competing with millions of other contestants. You've probably never had as good of a chance at winning one of our three prizes as you do this...
alladin lamp
12 Jun 2013 by
Filed in Fuel Preparedness
You might not think that there's much to know regarding Tips and Tricks for Using Oil Lamps, but since I've practiced using all of my supplies that I intend to rely on someday, I've discovered that there are some idiosyncrasies when it comes to using and maintaining my oil lamps. I've got all sorts of brands and such of oil lamps and I've used all kinds of different oils for my lamps too. As such I believe that these little tips will be helpful across the board for all of our oil lamp users...
supermarkt greens
05 Jun 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
I’ve begun reaping the harvest of all kinds of greens from my garden and my sprouting supplies. But to me the greens are incomplete until I have the perfect dressing and other accompaniments to go with them. After discovering all of the canola oil or other hydrogenated oils and multiple forms of sugar that are making their way into the store-bought dressings, I long ago decided that I needed to just make my own. And boy am I glad I did! It never ceases to amaze me how much better something...
05 Jun 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
Continuing on in our Abundant Garden Series; this is the final segment in our highlight of the Mittleider Gardening Series.   Mittleider Organic Garden PreparednessPro.com       My 3rd criteria for a gardening method is that it MUST be preparedness oriented. Meaning, if I can do it today when everything is hunky dory, but I can’t do it tomorrow when there’s a financial collapse or a long-term power outage, then that just won’t work for me. I need something in which I can truly prepare for...
31 May 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
Everything you need to know for an Abundant Garden—Part 2 Mittleider Gardening Method means SIMPLICITY Today I’m continuing with describing how the Mittleider Gardening Method met all of my criteria for the PERFECT gardening method. If you recall in yesterday’s article my first criteria was that the method I settled on had to be SIMPLE. Simple: Let’s not kid ourselves. The U.S. is JUST as deficient in competent gardeners as is the rest of the world. Sadder still there are many who strive to...
28 May 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
  Will your gardening skills today be enough for your survival tomorrow? Perhaps not, but that can be easily remedied! There’s no denying it, when it comes to our food supply in this nation, we are in deep trouble.  I won’t get into all of the reasons why I say that, as I believe it would be better in a different article, but I will say that I’m sufficiently convinced  of this potential    Gardening Skills PreparednessPro.com Greens Produce     problem that I believe I have to GROW as much of...
22 May 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness


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