Written by Pat Henry on The Prepper Journal. So many articles have been written on the subject of bartering for preppers from many different viewpoints. Bartering is seen by many as the natural method people will use in order to … Read More »
Arizona will pay a total of $670,000 to the families of the 19 hotshots who died fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire and will implement new wildland firefighting procedures to improve safety in a global settlement of litigation stemming from the … Read More »
Repurposing items is a great way to avoid filling up landfills and wasting valuable resources. Many common household items are actually useful in more ways than one, such as eggshells. First they hold your eggs, then they send vital nutrients … Read More »
>> Review the best current links here and watch current videos too. So there I was, standing in the bathroom staring at a near dead moth wondering what it would taste like. The thought quickly passed as I scooped it … Read More »
Surviving in the woods is something that you may, at some point, need to know about. Even if we never experience a local or global natural disaster that would force you into the woods in order to survive, there are … Read More »
Most evacuations were lifted Saturday near a Southern California wildfire that threatened more than 7,000 buildings as firefighters caught a break in the weather and redoubled efforts to surround it.
The map on the large video screen at the far end of the room provides a real-time snapshot of the forest fires raging across the western U.S.
This time of the year we’re usually so busy around the garden and the house that there’s little time left for anything else. That’s why we’ve put together for you a list of food preparedness tips and tricks that will … Read More »
Written by Pat Henry on The Prepper Journal. Nations rise and fall as they have done since the beginning of time. Some fear that our nation, the United States of America, is preparing for the final spasm that could literally … Read More »
Douglas J. Mitchell Jr. offers this new drill that demonstrates using the “spike” of the halligan to force narrow outward opening doors (less than 30 inches) or doors with limited work areas on either side when the “adz” cannot be … Read More »