There are several gardening techniques that work well in moderate climates. There are also several plants that lend themselves to winter conditions.
If you know how, you can turn ordinary everyday items into survival supplies. Here’s a list of survival items you can find around the house.
You don’t need seeds to plant a garden. Believe it or not, there are many fruits and vegetables you can regrow from table scraps.
Glow sticks have many advantages, but the best thing about them is the many ways you can use them in a survival scenario.
Most preppers don’t bother stocking alcohol, but this is a huge mistake. Alcohol could mean the difference between life and death for you and your family.
Candles are the easiest lights to synthesize in an emergency situation. Some of them even double for cooking and heating purposes.
In a disaster, you can use buckets for lots of things. After you read this post, you’ll never throw a bucket away again.
Zip ties, also known as cable ties, are small, light, and incredibly useful. They’re well worth adding to your bug out bag and other supplies.
There are many benefits of raised bed gardening, especially if the only space you have is in your backyard. It’s also better if you’re new to gardening.
Don’t throw those leftovers away! Many common foods can be used for all sorts of other things. Here are 32 examples of foods with alternative uses.