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Water Wars: What It Will Be Like When Your Tap Runs Dry

As the Western United States faces the prospect of suffering through a decades spanning drought, we can only guess as to what that may entail for the average person. While this sort of thing used to be considered unthinkable in the United ...

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The Romance and Reality of Survival Fishing

Most of us have never needed to catch a fish to save our life.  Finding food in a survival situation, whether hunted, fished or foraged, is nothing more than a accountant’s balance sheet where calories are added and subtracted all day long, and you are the accountant. by Doc Montana, a contributing author of SurvivalCache.com [...]

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NY Homeland Security Encourages Businesses to Snitch on Preppers as Terrorists

Image: readymaderesources.com The New York State Division of Homeland Security is encouraging businesses to snitch on preppers as terrorists, urging that the purchase of MRE’s, ammunition or flash lights be treated as a suspicious activity. As the video above illustrates, ...

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Agenda 21: Food Is The New Gold. Land Is The New Oil.

Over the last decade world grain reserves have fallen by at least a third and that decline looks set to continue. For the last half of the 20th century overproduction was the order of the day. Huge grain surpluses, butter ...

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Gov’t Study Concludes Ethanol NOT Better for the Environment than Gasoline

Remember how we have to pay to subsidize a crap ton of genetically modified corn (yes, not just a ton, but a “crap ton”), because we have to make the supposedly green biofuel ethanol? We are told it is so ...

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Edible Flowers: 42 Varieties to Add to Your Garden

Using flowers in cooking has been widely used in many parts of the world including Europe, Asia, East India, Victorian English, and in the Middle East. During the colonial times of America, settlers also used flowers as a means for sustenance. ...

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Benefits of Raising Chickens

'Chicken Whisperer' explains benefits of backyard poultry

I came across an article talking about raising chickens in your yard.  I think it’s a great idea.  Unfortunately we live in an HOA neighborhood, and that kind of thing is frowned upon.  Normally I would say do it anyway, ...

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Foraging Feral Food: Trout Lily

Craving feral food? Now’s the time to hit the woods. The Trout Lily is blooming! Before going wild on this gem of the woodland, you should have an introduction to this short-lived blooming beauty. In the creek bottom near the ...

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Contamination and Bio-Pollution: The Criminality of the GM Biotech Industry

There is currently a battle waging across the planet over genetically modified (GM) crops. It seems like not a month goes by when a new report is released on the health, environmental or productivity aspects of GM organisms. The GM ...

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Before Michelle Obama’s New Labels, “all you could do was scratch your head, confused and bewildered” at the Grocery Store

Are you frazzled and confused every time you go to the grocery store and attempt to strain your little brain to read those labels with all of the big, scary words?  Do you stand in line, wringing your hands over ...

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