The Pickled Prepper
Sam Thayer’s Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants of Eastern and Central North America

Book Review: Sam Thayer’s Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants

If you plan to forage for food after the SHTF, you need this book. An excellent resource for the prepper, homesteaded or bush crafter who wants to live off the land.
Young chickens in their coop

The Chickens Graduate from their Brooder to their Coop

After a month, the garage had started to smell, well, like chickens. Or maybe chicken poop. The time had come to move them into their permanent home.
The cover of World Made by Hand by James Howard Kunstler

Book Review “World Made by Hand” by James Howard Kunstler

Sometimes you pick up a book and its difficult to put down again. This book definitely roped me in and grabbed my attention. A great read!
My copies of Patriots by James Wesley, Rawles

Book “Patriots” Holds Up Well More than Two Decades Later

I started re-reading Patriots yesterday and I am impressed at how well it holds decades later. Its predictions of an economic collapse seem like they could happen this year.
Unintended Consequences by John Ross

Four Books Preppers Should Read in 2021

Exercise your mind, read a book, preferably one of these four. They cover a diverse range of topics of interest to the prepper and may just change your world view.
Fall of the Cities: Planting the Orchard

Book Review: “Fall of the Cities: Planting the Orchard” by Vance...

On a blah, indoor day, I start reading a piece of dystopian future prepper lit in which the cities are dying due to a lack of gasoline. Not a bad way to spend the day.