Companion planting is a great way to make your food garden more productive, easier to manage and less reliant on chemicals.
Permaculture is a design system that aims to create sustainable and self-sufficient living systems. Find out more in this article.
Cooking oils and fats are a very useful part of your prepper’s pantry. Here’s how you can store cooking oils for a long time.
Amazon announced a ban on the sale of Mylar bags beginning in early August. Find out here what’s banned and what is still available.
Rice is a great food for a prepper’s store. Here’s how you can extend the shelf life of rice so it will last for up to 30 years!
MREs, or “Meals Ready to Eat”, are pre-cooked meals that can be eaten cold, or easily heated. Are MREs useful, nutritious and worth buying?
Long term food storage is very important for preppers. In this article we look at the best ways to store food for a long time.
Permaculture is a sustainable and easy to manage way of growing food. It can be applied anywhere from tiny gardens to large food forests.
There are a number of ways to store flour. In this article we look at the best ways to store flour so that it will last for a long time.
Green manure is a great natural way of building soil fertility, maintaining soil structure and suppressing the growth of weeds.
A seed bank is a collection of seeds stored for future use. Find out why you need a seed bank and how you can make one in this article.
The ability to start a fire, generate heat and cook is vital for survival. Our prepper’s list of fire, heat and cooking has all you need.
The world is facing a huge food crisis in 2022. Prices have continued to rise while the war in Ukraine threatens supplies of important crops.
You don’t need to know hundreds of knots, just learn these six most useful knots and you will have a knot for almost any situation.
These are the seven most important survival skills. Learn these skills and regularly practice them so that you are always ready.
A simple guide to surviving the apocalypse in eight easy steps; read on to find out how you can survive the apocalypse!
Heirloom or heritage fruit and vegetables are older varieties that have existed for some time, and usually have been passed down from generation to generation of growers.
Here is a list of eight less obvious but very useful places to scavenge after the apocalypse that other people might miss.
The ‘first in first out’ storage principle helps with building and managing your food store easily so that your food will never get too old.
The UK food supply chain has been struggling during early summer 2021, and it is dangerously close to complete failure. Read more here now.