You don’t always need a ton of water to grow food. That’s where low-water crops come in. Here is how to start your low-water garden.
You don’t want all of your gardening efforts to be wasted during winter. Here are 10 steps to follow to protect your survival garden.
Adding a rooster to your flock will bring you many advantages: you’ll have happier, safer hens and fertile eggs for hatching.
This winter, your reserves can be threatened in numerous ways. Are yours going to make it through until spring comes?
Do you need a quick bread, easy to cook over a campfire? Then you need some bannock! Here is how to cook bannock for survival.
Wood stoves are great to provide heat when the power is out. Here are 4 major mistakes when burning wood, and how to avoid them.
A leaky cellar impacts the shelf life of your supplies. Let’s see what you can do to keep your cellar dry and your stockpile safe.
Keep your kids entertained if you are stranded in a small space in a survival situation, with these fun and creative activities.
Water, food, shelter and safety are essential for your livestock. You still have time to get your livestock ready for the cold days.
When SHTF, you’ll want to have a discreet garden to grow some survival food. You can create a survival garden inside a terrarium. Here’s how!
While autumn may not be associated with gardening by default, there’s still plenty you can do. Did you know these tips?
Having a complete stockpile for survival is not enough. You also need a pantry of food reserves intended for everyday use. Let’s see how to build it!
Don’t let the full shelves fool you. While the sky may not actually be falling, the world is facing a food shortage. Are you prepared?
Even if you haven’t planned for hot days, there are steps you can take to protect your plants from a heatwave. Here are four of them!
A quick look at history will show that our ancestors depended on this staple crop. This food has fed countless people and animals throughout time.
You need to prepare food for your pets too. They’ll need to eat after the SHTF and you can’t run to the store and buy another 50-pound sack.