Tag Archive: Homesteading

Garden Pool, Unlimited Food Supply

Garden Pool, Unlimited Food Supply If you are interested in sustainable food production and water conservation, this will really float your boat! When Dennis McClung bought his home in Mesa, Arizona  in October of 2009, he also bought an unused built in swimming pool, (minus the water). It didn’t make sense to him and his …

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Potatoes as a Survival Crop

Potatoes as a Survival Crop Growing and storing your own food crop is the best way to guarantee a consistent supply. Even in the worst crisis. Potatoes have been known throughout the ages as the survival food. Easy to grow, easy to store and everyone loves a good spud. Learning different techniques for growing is essential. …

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MIY Dutch Oven Bread

MIY Dutch Oven Bread Every preppers kitchen needs to be outfitted with some cast iron cookware, especially a Dutch oven. These dishes are true multi-taskers and are capable of cooking on a stovetop, in an oven, or over a fire, which obviously makes them extremely useful in case of a power outage or if shtf. …

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How To Make A 5 Gallon Bucket Hydroelectric Generator

How To Make A 5 Gallon Bucket Hydroelectric Generator   Opps this entry has been moved to…DIY Hydroelectric Generator-Hydropower  

Ceiling Sliding Extra Storage

Ceiling Sliding Extra Storage Are you sick of having no room in the house? Do you want extra storage off the ground where most people wouldn’t think of looking? Or better yet where flood waters may not reach? Whether your looking to use unused space  or you have documents and items that need to be stored and …

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DIY Inexpensive Bike Trailer

DIY Inexpensive Bike Trailer Bikes are great SHTF vehicles! No fuel required human powered transportation. Easy mobility on debris covered streets and a silent mode of transportation. But that little basket we attach to the front for carrying goods just isn’t going to cut it in on a scavenging mission! This little trailer could be used for hauling your bug …

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