From "The Complete Book of Composting" Copyright 1960 by J. I. Rodale USING COMPOST FOR TREES Start right from the very beginning. Use compost to start and nourish your tree. We cannot recommend commercial, chemical fertilizers which do not add humus to the soil. You must add organic matter to the soil if you want productive, disease-free trees. Soil that is well supplied … [Read more...] about Growing Trees (Any Trees!) By The Grandma White Method
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by Prepared Grammy I have only been a beekeeper for about four years, but I vividly remember wanting bees when I was five years old. My grandma would take me to get honey from a beekeeper in town. I would walk to the hives and watch the bees while my sisters were too scared to get out of the car. Freddy, the beekeeper, would warn me that I was going to get stung, but I didn’t … [Read more...] about How to Keep Bees: A Beginner’s Guide to Backyard Beekeeping
by Kelly Shepherd In any survival scenario, finding food can be the difference between living and dying. Without food, you starve — your mind begins to hallucinate and your body begins to wither. Therefore, every survivalist and person should have a basic knowledge of finding food in the wilderness, whether that is fishing, hunting, trapping or foraging. Or better yet, all … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Guide to Surviving: Finding Food Edition – Squirrels and Rabbits
by KGC. If you like to write for The Survivalist Blog, do read How to become a guest author at The Survivalist Blog. Your browser may not support display of this image. With so many choices of food storage products, I decided to give (Wise Food Storage) a shot because a trusted friend liked and recommended their products and Wise Food Storage boasts a 25-year shelf-life … [Read more...] about Wise Food Storage Product Review – Pros, Cons and What You Need To Know
If you live in an apartment, mobile home, travel trailer, or other small space, you may be wondering where in the heck you’re going to put all the food and survival gear recommended in the that you see recommended on this and other survival blogs. Well, to be honest, you may not have enough storage space for everything, but you probably have more available space than you … [Read more...] about Finding Storage Space and Building a Rotating Canned-Food Shelf
Survival Gear and Food Stockpiling for a Long-Term Crisis The Quickest Way I Know To Get a Family of Four Prepped for The Coming Collapse (Updated for 2018) This morning as I was trying to catch up on my email (I get a massive amount of email each month, last month over 3,000), I opened a great one from John W. In a nutshell John, is new to prepping and hasn't … [Read more...] about Survival Gear and Food Stockpiling for a Long-Term Crisis (Updated for 2018)
by Bam Bam Over the past few months, I have been increasing the number of dinners I make using beans and rice. I am cycling through the last of my store-bought canned beans and I have been pressure canning my own beans. Thus far I have canned pinto beans and red beans. I use the pinto beans to make my own refried beans. I mixed the beans with cooked rice and served them in a … [Read more...] about Beans, Again? Let’s make them interesting!
by Morgan There are many people who choose to be on a specific diet for a variety of reasons. It could be medical, could be personal or religious choices. Whatever the reason, if it excludes certain items such as carbs, sodium or meat, it may seem impossible to accommodate for specific foods for your food storage needs. As preppers, the food storage staples that we mainly … [Read more...] about How To Prep Food for a Specific Diet