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SELCO: What You Need to Know About Survival Caches

This report was originally published by Selco at The Organic Prepper I have used survival caches as part of my prepping for a long time. This is because my experience that says no matter how well you are prepared, one day you may find yourself out with only what you have on you, so any help […]

Build Your Own Home DIY Without a Bank Loan: “Avoid Regulation, Crime and Floods”

Want to build a hideaway homestead, or establish your dream home? If you set it up right, you can get everything you want out of the deal. But there are some practical things you need to know, to make sure you will need be restricted by zoning, utility policies or legal trouble. If you account […]

Where to Hide When the Global Economy Crashes: “Safe Harbors Are Few and Far Between”

If the world seems like its falling apart, then perhaps it is time to figure out where you could go to avoid the worst of it. With so many factors building up to global turmoil, and a number of trigger points for civil unrest and economic collapse inside the United States, where would you go? […]

How To Avoid These “Rookie Prepper Mistakes” That Could Get You Killed

So you’ve been convinced that there are many major threats that humanity faces… and you’ve decided to get prepared. You’ve decided to survive. That’s great. But there are many pitfalls and potential mistakes that newbies and long-term preppers alike should be wary of. But getting ready for unrealistic doomsday scenarios means that many preppers are […]

Ultimate Prepping: “How To Survive When The Cities Burn”

We all know the major scenarios. But will you know what to do in when the real thing happens? First and foremost, you need the basics: the ability to bug-out and survive for at least three days with food, water, fire starters, emergency shelter, etc. You also need the necessities to stay in place or […]

Building An Igloo Alone: “Survive In Ice and Snow”

OK, I know it isn’t anywhere near winter, and there aren’t many people reading this site who live in or even visit the remote tundras of the extreme north and south of this planet. However, I find it fascinating how people have figured out how to survive and thrive with next to nothing. Shaping an […]

How to Start Prepping Without Breaking the Bank: “All About Self-Reliance”

You don’t necessarily have to pull out your wallet, and pay big bucks for storable food, emergency camping equipment, ammo and fatigues… though you can if you want. Instead, if you are just starting to prep, check out these essential items and focus most of all on the mindset of being ready for anything. This […]

This 72 Year Old Survived 9 Days in Arizona Wilderness: “Lost, With No Gas and No Cell Reception”

Image: Arizona Department of Public Safety. Running out of gas. Lost on a remote back road. No cellphone signal, unreliable GPS. Maybe an accident. It could happen to anyone, but not everyone would handle this desperate situation as well as this 72 year old woman managed to do. Indeed, her resourcefulness and determination in keeping […]

SHTF Skills Every American Needs: “Improvise With What You Have”

Does the future hold prolonged economic collapse? Electric outages? Food shortage? Civil unrest? EMP attacks? Looting and the general descent into madness? Whatever may come, you and your family will be extremely vulnerable unless you have prepared for continuity and self-reliance without the aid of society. The vast majority have made no attempt to prepare, […]

29 Essential Tips for the New Prepper: “Start Small. Develop Your Skills. Create a Plan”

Whether you are just starting out with prepping and are figuring out what to focus on first, or whether you are a veteran prepper tracing over your plans for improvements and flaws, you can always make improvements. These videos can help you cover the essentials, boil down to the most important factors and start actually […]