A good survival garden has crops that are easy to grow and produce a lot of food. Here are 12 great choices for beginners.
Baking soda is cheap, has a long shelf-life, and has dozens of household and survival uses, making it a great item to stock up on.
Here we’ll discuss how to make your coffee last for years, but also how to prepare it in a situation with no electricity.
Don’t wait for an emergency to find out if you are truly prepared. Instead, you can do a survival stress test to see how you would fare in a grid-down scenario.
While one way to stay ahead of food inflation is to stockpile it, there are many additional ways to continue to eat well at a decent price.
WD-40 is incredibly useful, especially in a survival situation. Here are 40 reasons to stock up on this old-favorite item.
You can make a variety of survival items from a simple drinking straw such as a medicine holder, spice rack, fire starter, and more.
Since the power could be out for a long time after a disaster, you should stockpile emergency foods that don’t need to be refrigerated.
There are plenty of items that could be hard to find when supply chains get interrupted. Stock up on these items while you still can.
Learn to manage your everyday aches and pains from your kitchen or backyard for free with these natural resources for pain relief.