During a disaster, you don’t want everyone else to know you have food, which means you’ll need to be careful how you cook it.
Scientists have warned that an increasing number of resistant pathogens are pushing our world closer to a post-antibiotic era.
Prepper and survivalist are not synonymous terms. The skill level and focus of each makes them mutually exclusive terms. Which one are you? #urbansurvivalsite #prepper #survivalist #prepping #survival
You can grow any plant in a bucket. However, when it comes to bucket gardening, some crops are far better suited to it than others.
Cattails are an often overlooked survival food. These nutrient-rich wild edibles grow throughout the United States and are easy to find.
Growing your own groceries in five-gallon buckets allows you to raise enough food to feed a family of four in a tiny space.
The wise prepper will figure out how to turn self-reliance skills into a lucrative income after a disaster. So what will be the best jobs for preppers? #urbansurvivalsite #preppers #jobs #shtf #bestjobs
Any TEOTWAWKI-level event will cause a societal breakdown. Life will grind to a halt, and eventually, a return to an 1800’s existence will come about. #urbansurvivalsite #shtf #doomsday #apocalypse #endoftheworld
Chickens are the most common livestock raised by preppers, regardless of where they live. #urbansurvivalsite #urbanhomesteading #urbansurvival #raisingchickens #keepingchickens
If you could only grow one food as part of your emergency preps, which one would it be? If you ask me, it would most assuredly be this. #urbansurvivalsite #garlic #growinggarlic #naturalremedies #healthyfood