Monthly Archives: September 2021
Goldenrod and Asters Help our Bees Prep for Winter
You could consider bees preppers. They stock up nectar (carbs) and pollen (protein) to help carry them through the long. cold winter.
How to Shorten Your Personal Supply Chain
As the supply chain crumbles and threatens to collapse, you can take steps to ensure your personal supply chain is in better shape.
Yesterday was “Eat like a Prepper Day” at our House
It's important to test your preps so you know what to do when the SHTF. I recommend holding an "eat like a prepper day" a couple times a month.
Prepper News Update September 28
It’s a Global Energy Crisis Flashback Just like we’re experiencing inflation at rates last seen in the 1970s, it appears that the world is experiencing...
Britain Fears another “Winter of Discontent.” Will it Strike Here?
Inflation, gas shortages, and supply chain disruptions make British fear the 1970s are returning. Will this be our winter of discontent as well?
Inflation Numbers Don’t Look Good
When business report their costs are rising between 3 to 11 percent, you know you are going t be paying more soon as the inflation cycle continues.
Taking Advantage of the Cooler Weather on the Homestead
We are working to make fall plantings, clean up the homestead, stock up, and generally make sure we are ready for winter.
Concealed Carry Gives you Options in a Mass Shooting
Without a gun, you can run and hide. With a gun, you can run, hide, or choose fight back. Give yourself a fighting chance.
Prepper News Update September 24
Rising Fertilizer Prices to Boost Food Costs Fertilized prices are reaching a point not seen in a decade, which could translate to higher food costs...
Prepper Diary: Autumn Arrives in a Deluge
Autumn is bringing us rain, but also apples, hunting, and before long, fires in the wood stove to keep us warm.