Van Life: A Survivalist's Guide to Freedom on the Road

November 4, 2023
In a world filled with excess, minimalism offers a refreshing perspective. Van life, the embodiment of minimalism, is an ideal lifestyle for preppers and those with a preparedness mindset.
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The Triangle of Sustained Life

September 9, 2022
Food, water, and oxygen are all a part of the survival triangle. While shelter, warmth, clothing, cars, etc. make your life comfortable, the basics for sustaining your body and mind in a survival situation are limited to the necessities of food, water, and air.
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The Basics of Survival Fishing

July 22, 2022
Our planet is blessed with rivers, lakes, ponds, bays, estuaries, and about 372,000 miles of shorelines globally. With our earth covered by over 70% water, it is safe to say fish are an abundant food source. If you live near any one of these waterways catching fish can be a valuable way to extend your food supplies.
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Chicory: The Versatile Plant

July 1, 2022
Chicory is a rather useful plant, although many ley-men regard it as a weed. Chicory roots, leaves, and flowers are all beneficial in more ways than one. The entire plant is food in one form or another. It's widespread growth, full use properties, and it's rich nutrients make for a one powerful plant. Chicory is a great alternate food source and comes in handy when supplemental nutrients are needed.
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Rainwater Collection 101

June 28, 2022
Rainwater collection, or harvesting rainwater, is simply collecting the run-off rainwater from a structure to store for future use. This water can be used in a multitude of ways. When purified, rainwater can be used for various household activities; including drinking and cooking. Since rainwater is quite clean, deep purification isn't always necessary, especially when used for irrigation, gardening, or laundry.
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Survival Gardening | Starting Out

October 8, 2020
Survival gardening refers to the practice of growing a garden designed specifically to yield enough crops for you and your family to live off. While survival gardening is a popular term thrown around amongst those preparing to survive a worldwide devastating incident, however, it also relates to those looking to live sustainably and produce their own food.
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Boiling Water: The Cleansing Begins

July 12, 2017
Water is the most plentiful element on Earth, covering nearly 75 percent of the surface. The bad news? most of it is salt water or polluted.
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Replantable Fruits and Vegetables

February 1, 2017
When you have no electricity, your canned food supply has run out and the grocery store shelves have been emptied; having a garden could save a starving stomach. Knowing how to start this life saving garden would be the first step.
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