This article by Preparing for SHTF speaks to the need for a flow with your prepping. Not just in food storage with the FIFO inventory method of first in first out, but with all the facets of being prepared. To continue reading on what maintaining your preps means see the titled link below
If you have poor soil or very hard clay soil the no dig garden is for you. If this is your first year growing vegetables this is also a great option to save you time and effort in digging it out.
You can build this type of garden on a slope too, you just have to add terraces (like a raised bed) to stop the contents falling away. I made a few of these a few years ago and they produced a great crop.
This easy Micro Generator project could come in very useful for camping and if the power goes out. It is small enough that it won’t get in the way and powerful enough to run a household .light bulb. If you can salvage or re-use some materials you could make this project even cheaper… maybe free if you have all of the materials listed.
If you are a lone wolf or have a limited budget and a solar oven is to expensive or to bulky for a bug out, then I have a simple small solution that’s easy to make and easy to carry. THE SOLAR COOKING JAR. This is so easy to make a child could do this…. Cooks well and cooks a meal for 1 quick! Read on at the link below
To people who prepare, live green, and want to recycle and reuse, pallets and buckets are as good as gold. There are literally hundreds of uses for them and in many cases they can be gotten for free! For information on use and locating them continue reading at the link below
Whether you are homesteading or off the grid or just need to file the information under good to know if times get real tight knowing how to trap dinner is an important skill. To see how to build a box trap continuing reading at the link below
Have hot water when off the grid, camping, or a long term scenario without running water. I am always in awe of those who are able to take a bit of this and a bit of that and put together something extremely useful. To see the full project continue reading from the Instructables at the link below