The path to being prepared or being able to survive is often a daunting task to accomplish.
My intention is to bring all types of resources together to help you meet your prepping and survival goals whatever they might be. It is not to reinvent the wheel so to speak, hence the use of other homesteading, prepper, survivalist, bushcraft, cooking and smoking videos and links to their YouTube channels and or websites.
I’ll leave it up to you to decide what makes sense for you or your family.
Most of us are prepping for some type of calamitous event. We want to be able to take care of our families and feed ourselves in any situation such as being laid off from our job or a weather event like Katrina, a tornado or even the collapse of the government or monetary system. Most people do not have unlimited funds to accomplish these goals. Because the task seems insurmountable a lot of people never start. The thing is, everyone can prep even on the lowest of budgets, starting with supplies you probably already have on hand. If you can add 1 or two items a week to your supply you will soon have a stock pile that can help take your family through and past any immediate crisis and some extended disasters. Some bottled water An extra bag of noodles, a can of soup, a bottle of iodine, alcohol, bandages in the closet, basement or spare room can make the difference on whether you or your family will be able to survive till help arrives, or you have to move on.
This website is an on going endeavor to help share knowledge and support to other homesteaders, preppers and survivalist, either the experienced or the beginner.
[updated: August – 2020]
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