Survival Tips

  • BEE DECLINE: 7 THINGS YOU CAN DO TO PROTECT THE HONEYBEE

    With all of the immediate problems facing people these days, it is difficult to be concerned and proactive about bee decline. It is one looming environmental crises that will affect us in big ways in the not-too-distant future. There are things we all can do to contribute to the well-being of our bee populations, and here are few simple guidelines for making your home, garden and place of work more friendly to bees.
  • 20 NATURAL PAIN KILLERS IN YOUR KITCHEN

    Scientific research continues to prove the healing potential of nature, and many are finding that sometimes natural is best. Here’s a short list of natural pain killers that you can easily find in your kitchen and their potential healing benefits.
  • The World’s Food Seeds are Going Extinct, but You Can Help

    Seeds are absolutely vital to life on earth, but once a crop has gone extinct there is no way to revive it. In the last century alone, the world has lost at least 93% of all seed types, which had been cultivated by individual farmers around the globe for millennia providing a robust array of nutrition and sustenance. Of all the burgeoning and seemingly too big to approach problems emerging in our world, saving seeds is actually one of the few that anyone can participate in, and there is a growing revolution to bring back small farm and home garden farming.
  • Social Tensions Continue to Rise - Here’s What To Do In Case of Civil Unrest or Rioting

    Respectable and non-violent people will want to continue participating in protests and organized events that might escalate tensions among groups of individuals. By all means, people should have the right to stand up for what they believe and make their voices heard. Yet, it is smart to be prepared if you happen to be attending an event that turns violent or are at the wrong place at the wrong time.
  • 5 Lessons Learned from DIY Plumbing Job

    While most folks think that off-the-grid living is a life full of river dunks, outhouses, and chasing chickens, the reality is that an off-grid house can be almost as normal as a grid-tied one. One of the main points of this project is to go off-grid without losing many luxuries. So that when friends come over, they would never know the difference between your house and theirs. Here's a few tips to avoid the common mistakes when setting up an off-grid plumbing system.

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