Tag: SHTF Prepping & Homesteading Central

Jan 16

Our Prepping Goals for This Year

Our Prepping Goals for This Year As another year comes to an end it’s important for us to look back and reflect. The year 2017 was something amazing. It was really a disaster of a year in more ways than one. We faced some incredible cataclysmic disasters that changed the world forever. It was, by …

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Jan 16

Survival Whistle

Survival Whistle You may find that signaling for rescue has fallen pretty low on your list of survival needs. When you hit the camping trail or you take that weekend to relax in the mountains there could be many more priorities. The funny thing about signaling for survival is that you are going to spend …

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Jan 16

Acute Mountain (Altitude) Sickness

Acute Mountain (Altitude) Sickness Many preppers across the nation have a bugout plan that includes seeking shelter in national forests. The idea of running from threats in the urban world and getting to a place that is safer and less populated is a common plan. The bugout is far too unique to the person to …

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Jan 16

How to Make Reverse Twist Two-Ply Natural Cordage

How to Make Reverse Twist Two-Ply Natural Cordage Cordage is a game changer. There is no getting around this fact. Just look at the explosion of paracord. You can find just about anything made of paracord and that is because people understand the usefulness of having paracord on hand. There is a big difference between …

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Jan 16

How To Install a DIY Pallet Wood Floor

How To Install a DIY Pallet Wood Floor I love starting new DIY home improvement projects, especially when you get to do some repurposing or upcycling! Whether you’re starting from the ground up with your own homestead, or just looking for an interesting way to spruce up your home, you’ll probably be considering some new …

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Jan 16

Concrete Canvas Shelters – Bug Out Housing?

Concrete Canvas Shelters – Bug Out Housing? This concrete shelter could be your answer to all your bug out worries! Cheap and very hide-able. Concrete Canvas Shelters (CCS) are rapidly deployable hardened shelters that require only water and air for construction. These make excellent bug out cabin/houses. They are cheaper than building one too. Concrete …

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Jan 16

12 Genius Uses for Safety Pins

12 Genius Uses for Safety Pins Multi-use items become very important when you’re on a tight budget, or in a SHTF situation where you don’t have access to a lot of the conveniences that were previously available. If we stock up on as many multi-use supplies as we can and learn to improvise, we can …

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Jan 16

How to Stretch Your Food Budget

How to Stretch Your Food Budget Putting together nutritious, satisfying meals for the family can be a challenge, especially when you’re on a tight budget or don’t have access to all of the foods that you normally would. Fresh produce can be especially hard to come by during the winter, even if you have your …

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Jan 16

20 Antibacterial and Antiviral Herbs and How to Use Them

20 Antibacterial and Antiviral Herbs and How to Use Them Before you read on and start trying these wonderful alternative herbs please consult a medical professional also I would consult an herbal medicine guide or herbalist for exact dosing instructions. See my disclaimer. Using herbal remedies is easy and if you’re looking for herbs to prevent …

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Jan 16

10 Survival Uses for Zip Ties

10 Survival Uses for Zip Ties I normally use zip ties to keep my chicken coop wire together, it works great and I can cut them off when I want to make the coop bigger, Easy and less hassle than using metal wire. Zip ties were primarily used for electric cables or wires. Because of …

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