Just as big tech is cutting our comms, big food is cutting our supply lines: siege warfare. We are witnessing a first battle in a much larger, protracted war on humanity -- and as with any war, ensuring our own food supply is an absolute priority.
Our progress & how much everything cost, on our off-grid land in 2020. Recap of the last 5 months of the year, and what we have got done on our off-grid property in Cochise Country, AZ.
Some people are stocking up on ammunition, which is never a bad idea as ammo retains its value better than gold or silver and - unlike gold and silver- is actually useful in and of itself.
2021 isn't going to magically be better, but that doesn't mean you can't keep prepping! You just need to be more strategic and prepare in different ways. Here are some realistic New Year's resolutions for preppers.
When the SHTF, an "average day" is anything but ordinary. Selco shares the details of his daily struggles to survive during the occupation of his Bosnian city.
There's been a mass exodus from cities to rural locations this year and as winter sets in, a lot of former city dwellers may be in for some surprises. Here's what I learned when I moved to the Algonquin Forest for a year, straight from the city.
No matter how much preparing you do, sometimes there are lessons to be learned and moments you will wish you had done it all differently.
Luck? Chance? That is one factor of survival. But, there is something more. Something that is beyond our limited comprehension, let alone our control. Look at the common thread in these unimaginable survival stories.
Regardless of whether you intend to survive in an urban or rural setting, Selco warns even the best survival plans can go horribly wrong when the SHTF...and you may not end up where you planned to be.
It Won't Be Long Before The Masses Welcome 'Cannibalism' As Commonplace