Organic Garden Pest Control

Organic Garden Pest Control

Dealing with pests is a common theme with survival gardens. Check out this quick video about organic and plant friendly ways of protecting your crops… If you liked that, you may also like: Survival Medicine and wilderness survival… Essential Survival Skill Course… What this election might do to the country… Please follow and like us:

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DIY Garden Markers

DIY Garden Markers

Growing your own garden is a key part of making your home more self-sustaining. One of the biggest mistakes that first-time gardeners make is not labeling their plants with garden markers. While some plants are easy to identify, others, especially herbs, or plants that grow underground, can be slightly difficult to identify right away. If you want to make harvesting much easier, it’s easy to make a few simple garden markers with supplies that you probably have in your home already. Painted rocks are a great, semi-permanent solution that can be used for as long as the paint withstands the […]

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Non-GMO Foods for Your Emergency Pantry

Non-GMO Foods for Your Emergency Pantry

Stockpiling an emergency pantry is a process that many homesteaders and self-reliant homeowners consider an essential part of providing for their families. There are many reasons why an emergency pantry might be necessary, even beyond being prepared for worst-case scenarios. But one of the downfalls of having a stock of emergency staples is that the types of foods that stay preserved well are often loaded with unhealthy artificial ingredients and GMOs. There are ways to fill your pantry with whole, organic, non-GMO foods that will last for months or years. It may take a bit more work, but the trade […]

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Brilliant Bug-Out-Bag Packing

Brilliant Bug-Out-Bag Packing

I wanted to highlight these bug out bag packing techniques from gray wolf survival. They do a good job of coving things that would otherwise be looked over. Let us know what you think in the comments below. 1 Don’t pack more than what you’ll need. When you’ve made your list of what you need, go through it and start getting rid of things. A bob bag should hold essentials, not your whole life. You won’t be able to carry 80 pounds of gear very far, and even if you do, you won’t be very fast. Make your list, then […]

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Top 3 Plants For Your Survival Garden

Top 3 Plants For Your Survival Garden

Survival gardening is the process of creating a garden that could, if it needed to, become your main source of food. In some cases, homesteaders have created gardens that could be their only source of food for at least a season, if not longer. This kind of self-sufficient gardening takes a lot of careful planning and hard work, but it’s not impossible. One of the keys to success in survival gardening is choosing the right plants. In a survival garden, you’ll need high-yield plants that offer the human body a variety of nutrients and plenty of calories. Here are the […]

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Starting A Fire In Terrible Conditions

Starting A Fire In Terrible Conditions

It’s an ironic twist of life that the situations where you most need a fire for heat and light are often the situations in which it’s hardest to start one. When the weather is wet, windy, cold, icy, or just downright miserable, fire doesn’t like to cooperate. But in these situations, staying warm and getting some hot food or liquid in your body is often a matter of survival. Here are a few tips for getting your fire going in bad weather. The driest part of available kindling with be at the heart of logs, not the smaller dead twigs […]

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Foraging For Beginngers

Foraging For Beginngers

Did you know that the first grocery store only opened its doors 100 years ago? Before then, people bought their food largely from local producers, or they hunted, grew, or found their own. Many people today are getting back to hunting and growing large portions of their food stores, but the practice of foraging hasn’t gained the same kind of popularity. This is a shame, because knowing how to forage for food is not only an essential wilderness survival skill, it’s also a great way to supplement your family’s diet with organic food. Identifying edible wild food is easily done […]

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Moving Quietly In Any Enviroment

Moving Quietly In Any Enviroment

One of the key skills to surviving in the wilderness is to ensure that you never come into contact with predators. The less you must face a predator, the better your chances of survival. In addition to keeping a vigilant watch out, you should also learn how to move through any environment as silently as possible. Here are some tips for learning to walk without raising any alarms. First, be sure that you control your breathing evenly. Holding your breath will only result in an eventual exhale that could be very loud. Breathe calmly and slowly through your nose to […]

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Your Body’s Needs

Your Body’s Needs

When you begin creating a Bug Out Bag or an emergency pantry stocked with food and water, one of the first things that you will probably be asking is: just how much food and water does one person truly need in a survival situation? While it’s temping to just estimate based on what you consume in your daily life now, realize that comfortable portion sizes to make you feel satiated are not even close to a reflection of what you absolutely have to have in order to stay alive. There’s an old adage that says a person can survive three […]

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Outdoor Navigation Basics

Outdoor Navigation Basics

Learning to navigate in the wild, without the aid of signs, landmarks, and roadways, is a challenge that many survivalists have to overcome before they feel comfortable heading out to practice their survival skills. It’s important to understand how to use some basic tools when it comes to outdoor navigation. Even if you have a GPS that never fails, you should always be prepared with a low-tech backup, just in case. A map and a compass are probably the two most basic tools for outdoor navigation that survivalists can rely on. While using these tools isn’t as simple as television […]

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DIY Water Filter

DIY Water Filter

There may come a time in a survival situation when you don’t have access to clean water, you’ve run out of water filtration tablets, and you don’t have any other means of ensuring that your drinking water is safe. Even clear, running water can be filled with bacteria that can quickly make you extremely sick, so it’s never a good idea to just guess. Here’s an easy way to create a water filtration system with what you can find in the wild, that will remove as much harmful bacteria as possible. Begin with a water bottle, sports drink bottle, or […]

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Double Duty Bug Out Gear

Double Duty Bug Out Gear

When building your Bug Out Bag, one of the biggest concerns is weight. In addition to reducing weight by removing items or choosing lighter versions of items, one of the best things that you can possibly do for your survival is to choose bug out gear that performs two, three, or more duties. Any time you can choose a tool with multiple uses, over a variety of tools that each perform only one duty, you are saving yourself space, weight, and probably money. Small personal tools are often the best place to start looking for double-duty replacements. Get rid of […]

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Polynesian Firestarter

Polynesian Firestarter

This guy from the Polynesian cultural center has some pretty cool tutorials he releases on youtube. This probably won’t come in handy unless you live in a tropical area, but it is pretty amazing how fast he is able to start a fire by hand. This guy is so entertaining I had to add another one of his popular videos. Look how easy he makes this look… Click Here To Get The Best Survival Medical Course… Check Out These Mind Blowing Survival Skills… Please follow and like us:

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Survival Wilderness Cooking

Survival Wilderness Cooking

I wanted to highlight a couple of videos I stumbled upon today. This one demonstrates the use of a large flat rock as a cooking surface. In this video I wanted to highlight how he managed to use the log as a stand for his cooking surface and a heat source. I have seen pre made cooking logs in some grocery stores near popular camping / hiking spots. But you can also create them yourself with some careful knife work and a fire starter. If you liked that, you might also enjoy: Click Here To Get The Best Survival Medical […]

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Never Get A Poison Ivy Rash Again

Never Get A Poison Ivy Rash Again

Have you ever had a run in with poison ivy? If you have, you’d know how terrible that rash can be. This guy has a simple and effective way to ensure you never have to deal with that problem again. Click Here To Get The Best Survival Medical Course… Check Out These Mind Blowing Survival Skills… See what is happening in this country and what you can do to protect yourself… Please follow and like us:

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A Natural Spray to Get Rid of Garden Pests

A Natural Spray to Get Rid of Garden Pests

I’m going to spend my day in the garden today. However, I noticed yesterday that I’m starting to get some serious pest damage around some of my veggies. Check out this great video on how to make a natural spray to rid your garden of pesky pests >> If you enjoyed this video, you may also like: Break-Through Organic Gardening Secret Grows You Up To 10 Times The Plants, In Half The Time, With Healthier Plants, While the “Fish” Do All the Work… How to Liven Up Your Home With Over 7,250 Breathtaking Landscaping Designs WITHOUT Hiring Costly Professional Landscape […]

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