SPAL003 EMP’s Economics and Civil Unrest

In this weeks members podcast I gave everyone a sneak peak into what Lisa and I will be talking about this coming Thursday. There are quite a few things that have me concerned recently that have caused me to revisit my preparedness plans. SPAL003 EMP’s Economics and Civil Unrest Here are some brief notes on…

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Bushcraft (Wilderness Skills) That are Important to Preppers

If you want to get an email anytime we post a weekly update, make sure and subscribe by entering your email below. Not all wilderness survival skills are critical for preppers, but they could be. If you wanted to completely disappear, you could probably do it if you were very skilled at bushcraft. As preppers,…

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Prepping Challenges: The Lone Prepper & Family with Disabilities

If you want to get an email anytime we post a weekly update, make sure and subscribe by entering your email below. In this weeks members podcast Lisa and I talked about how there’s not a one size fits all preparedness plan. There are many different reasons why each person may, or may not be…

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Emergency Power: Picking the Right Power Inverter

If you want to get an email anytime we post a weekly update, make sure and subscribe by entering your email below. One of the easiest and simple ways to get emergency electricity during a power outage is a power inverter, yet many people don’t own one. To me, a power inverter is a must…

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SPAL001 Preparing For the Unprepared

Preparing for the unprepared

If you want to get an email anytime we post a weekly update, make sure and subscribe by entering your email below. In this week’s show Lisa and I didn’t just talk about preparing for unprepared family and friends, we talked about how to prepare for anyone we might encounter. The question we ask should…

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How to Eat an Elephant

How To Eat An Elephant A disaster doesn’t care what race or religion you are, Mother Nature doesn’t care how many children we have or how much you donate to charity, to our government we are just one of the millions of ants that it takes to build the infrastructure of a thriving society. And…

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Cooking Off the Grid Post Collapse

Cooking and canning go hand in hand when it comes to being prepared, cooking is a part of all of our daily lives. Some may be good at it, while others need more practice. With lots of practice, you can hone your cooking skills into cooking as a prepper. When cooking, there are items you…

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How to Use a Map and Baseplate Compass

With today’s technology and with everyone having GPS at their Fingertips knowing basic map reading skills has become somewhat of a lost art. But what do you do when the grid is down and your GPS becomes an expensive useless brick weighing down your bug out bag?

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Getting Your Ham Radio Technicians License

Knowing how to use ham radio will not only be useful in a SHTF scenario, it can and has been used in emergency situations we face today such as the floods here in Colorado, hurricane Katrina and other natural disasters. If the phones and power are down the only way of communication could be ham…

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Lost Skills of the Past Could be Our Future

If you had to could you make your own clothes? If you had to could you bake a cake from scratch? Or if you had to could you grow your own food to feed your family? These are all lost skills from the past that could be our future. These are all skills that were…

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