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Product Launch: My Bug Out Garden

my bug out garden

Hello Pack, over the past few months, Tara, Rebekah White (you may have read her gardening articles on Survival Sullivan), and I have been working on a container gardening e-course for preppers, with a focus on portability.

You can access the presentation page here to learn more…

But don’t hit the buy button just yet! Because if you’re a member of the Pack and have over 100 comments on TSB, you’ll get full download access to everything.

Just hit me up by commenting to this post, and I’ll send you the download link after I checked the total number of comments you have on the site.

Also, please please don’t share the link with anyone. 🙂

All I ask is that you leave me some good honest feedback to the product so we can (at some point) improve it. I know you’re all very knowledgeable, so I’m sure there are things that we either missed or that we should add. it’s the least we can do to thank you for coming here every week and sharing your prepping experience.

Thank you!

Dan

Dan Sullivan

About Dan Sullivan

Dan has come into contact with homesteading when he was 4 years old, and would spend summers in the countryside with his grandparents. The skills and the mindset that he's learned now allow him in his mid 30s to better prepare for whatever may come.
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6 thoughts on “Product Launch: My Bug Out Garden

  1. Hi Dan,

    I’m definitely interested! I’m not sure I have 100 comments, but I would be happy to talk with you or Tara about the errors in your presentation page (typo’s, grammar, punctuation kinda stuff)! Before you ‘go public’!

  2. Hi Dan,
    Like Grammyprepper I am also interested. I would be surprised if I don’t have at least 100 comments, and since I proof listen I can often find spelling and Grammar errors that proofreading misses. I will also give you my honest opinion on your work, as I always try to do in any of my responses. As a retired engineer who has been prepping for most of my life in one form or another, I have time to research items to verify correctness, since that is basically in my nature and training.
    I will give as fair an evaluation as I can do.

  3. Good luck, it looks like a great article…. Were just this year after 7 year’s getting grapes off my grape vine.. I have raspberries, that I brought out to our second property, and they have been growing this is the third year berries, take years before they really will produce a good crop. Have a good fertilizer too is a huge help to your gardens and berries.

    1. mom of three,

      I have raspberries, that I brought out to our second property, and they have been growing this is the third year berries, take years before they really will produce a good crop.

      We were lucky in that our property had tons of Black Raspberries and Mulberries already growing here; however, often picking the raspberries is a battle, since the old thickets of canes are covered in nasty thorns that seem to reach out and grab you.

      Have a good fertilizer too is a huge help to your gardens and berries.

      I think the best fertilizer is well aged compost. Most of our vegetable scraps along with some of the chicken litter go into our bins.

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