Making your own meat powder is a great way to add shelf-stable meat to your pantry. Here is a delicious meat powder recipes.
Bugging in during a disaster is not a vacation at home. You will need a variety of supplies and skills to survive without going anywhere.
Clothespins are one of those handy little items that everyone has around the house, but most people don’t know their many survival uses.
Many herbs possess medicinal and healing properties when eaten, used for tea, or in herbal medicine. Here are nine to keep on hand.
Medical supplies won’t always be on store shelves, and doctors won’t always be available. Here’s a list of first aid supplies to stockpile.
Getting started prepping and building a food stockpile is overwhelming. The best place to start is to build a two-week emergency food supply.
You might be surprised at all the survival uses for rubber bands, especially for preppers and homesteaders. Here are 30 of them.
During a disaster, you don’t want to draw unwanted attention. Here’s how to build a stealth fire pit that won’t be seen from a distance.
Every prepper needs a bug out plan, but mistakes made when bugging out can be lethal or leave you struggling to arrive at your destination.
There are some preparedness items you should have on your shopping list each month to make sure you never run low on them.