Why Vertical Gardening Is The Way To Go For Survival

When it comes to growing your plants, space is a problem, but not for vertical gardening. Here is how to start your own vertical garden.

Top 5 Versatile Foods To Survive Nowadays

Choose versatile food as much as you opt for multipurpose items when building your reserves. It’s about money, space and resources!

Quick Guide For A Comfortable Shelter

Clothing and bedding, and also space meet the most personal needs for shelter. Take them into account while prepping!

Vertical Gardening: Growing Food in Small Spaces

We’re going to discuss several different ways that you can grow whatever you want as long as you have a wall, or even some sort of framework or a fence.

The Secret To Gardening In The City

It’s tough to find enough space to plant basil, let alone grow an entire garden. So how can you go about gaining self-sufficiency without being obvious?

How To Grow and Preserve Peppers

It’s this feature that makes peppers such a great prepper’s plant: you can grow them literally anywhere that has some sun.

Prepper’s Garden: How To Grow Herbs Indoors

Fresh herbs are a great way to learn to garden.They’re extremely forgiving, will grow just about anywhere, and you can easily grow them indoors.

How To Start Your Survival Garden Indoors

Depending on where you live, some plants may need to be started indoors if you’re going to get enough nutrients to live on from your garden.

Growing Food For Survival In Small Places

Just because you live in an apartment or a small house doesn’t mean that you can’t grow your own food. We’ve gathered tips that may help!

Small Spaces Prepping Tips – Stockpile In A Shoebox

Trying to find space to build a stockpile when you don’t even have enough room to store your clothes can be a challenge, but it’s not impossible. It just takes a little creativity.

4 Edible Plants To Grow Indoors

Indoor gardening comes with several benefits. First, you don’t have to worry about where your next meal is coming from. Furthermore, it is more cost effective.
Last but not least, locally grown vegetables taste better and are better for the environment.