Dee Lusby is a full-time commercial beekeeper in Amado, AZ and her operation is a non-chemical ‘back to basics’ approach to beekeeping.
Many articles have been written on preserving food, weapons, ammo, and various other perishables.
As EarthTechling has reported in the past, the construction industry is fast regaining its appreciation for wood as a building material.
Many of us that have been prepping since before the Internet have welcomed all the new information, knowledge, and interaction with our fellow preppers.
While many of us dream of living off the grid, there are millions around the world that do so out of necessity.
Bamboo is cheap, strong and absorbs vibration, plus it's a local material in transportation-challenged places like Africa with no bike-building history.
It was 2 o’clock in the morning when our two year old toddler woke me with a terrifying scream.
For those of you planning on bugging out with a knife and a backpack when the SHTF, read no further because nothing in this article will be of value to you.
Introductory Disclaimer: I am not an expert in amateur radio in the sense that I have extensive electronics knowledge, nor am I an expert in prepping. However, I have some experience in disaster and lightweight, portable radio operations an
A small, Texas-based group calling itself a "sustainability community" says it was raided by a police SWAT team over suspicion that members were growing and distributing marijuana, but officers were unable to locate any contraband.
Long before sustainability became a buzzword, architect Shigeru Ban had begun his experiments with ecologically-sound building materials such as cardboard tubes and paper. His remarkable structures are often intended as temporary housing....
Living off grid often means living in rural areas with little or no utilities available, we are left to fend for ourselves, which is typically the goal anyhow and not a problem.
On paper, it sounds delectable. You start with a selection of local cheeses, followed by pickled Kobe beef.
How much ammunition can one man use: Probably not too much of it.
Nascent iodine offers thyroid protection from radiation – as we were clearly reminded during the nuclear disaster at Fukushima in 2011.
Lloyd has always been an advocate of going "off the pipe"—taking buildings and removing them from centralized sewer treatment and possibly even water supply. Usually, such efforts involve high tech composting toilets and rainwater harvesting.
I have to confess, at one time, I had a huge CFP-90 pack, that was my own personal BOB, and I had so much stuff in it that I could hardly get it on, much less hike any distance - it probably weighed in at 50-pounds or more.
A young couple have been left heartbroken after planners ordered their unique 'hobbit home' to be bulldozed, effectively leaving them homeless. Charlie Hague and Megan Williams, both 25, built the roundhouse from scratch with their own hands, usin
I am a Vice President o a very successful company in the western side of the Midwest. I am in my early 60s, and after 30 plus years with the company - I will retire in next year or so with no debt, a good retirement plan, stable lifestyle – no worri
Bryan Cranston's new net-zero energy beach home features solar, recycled materials, and one awesome automated car lift.
Hollywood movies often show secret agents tossing cell phones out of car windows, and grabbing new ones to activate.
I live in southern California, which means at any moment one of many earthquake faults could decide to slip, a fire could break out, the economy could finally bottom out, an EMP cleverly directed toward Hollywood would finally fix the bad movie pligh
Madrid-based sustainable architecture firm Ábaton unveils a low-cost, quick-to-assemble prefab housing concept that's as simple as it gets (and interestingly, hypoallergenic).
I'm a lawyer. I'm a criminal defense lawyer. Every day I put on a suit and I walk though metal detectors and into a courthouse where guns, ammunition, and knives are not permitted.
The electricity industry’s been abuzz recently about the need for a more resilient grid.
It’s common for Preppers to run into a misallocation of resources. Some things are flashy (Read: Guns) and will attract a lot of attention.
Brooks-Range Foray Tent
I'd like to discuss some planning concerns for when the world really starts to unravel that you might have overlooked:
Hurricane season is here and we only need to look to last October to see the type of destruction one can bring.
James, I wanted offer some praise to J.J.S. and is thorough submission titled Heating with Wood 101.