To make the perfect compost pile, you need to use the right ingredients, put it in the right place, choose a suitable container, and more.
An edible landscape is a great way to grow food that takes less work than a garden and makes your yard look beautiful.
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.