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DIY Vegetable Washes

Have you ever tried using a vegetable wash to clean your produce? It’s always important to wash your produce before you eat it, and most people simply choose to wash their produce with a bit of water. However, you can also use a vegetable wash (most washes feature natural cleaning agents like citrus or coconut)

Easy Ways to Secure your Home

Securing your home is extremely important. In order to ensure that both you and your loved ones can live in a safe environment, it’s crucial that you take some time to secure your home from potential home invasions. Here are a few tips on how to secure your home easily, courtesy of the Modern Survival

How to Store Cheese by Waxing

Rich in protein and calories, cheese can provide an individual with the energy and calories needed to survive a challenging emergency event. However, most cheeses need to be refrigerated, and since it’s entirely possible for a home to lose power during an emergency situation such as a natural disaster, a prepper’s stockpile of cheeses could

16 Prepper Gifts for the Holiday Season

Another Holiday Season is officially upon us! And with it, the tradition of gift-giving. While a lot of people load up on plastic trinkets and dollar store novelty items, for preparedness-minded folks, this is one more great opportunity to stock up on some supplies that matter. So, whether you’re on the giving or receiving side

How to make a DIY fishing pole

Fishing isn’t only a fun activity—it’s also a practical skill that’s important to learn. When camping or hiking—especially in a rugged and remote area—fishing can serve as an excellent resource for fresh and nutrient-rich food. If you know how to fish, you don’t have to stress about bringing as much food with you on a

How to Extend Your Radio’s Signal

Every emergency kit should feature at least one basic communication tool. From signal mirrors to cellphones, it’s important to have at least one tool that can help you to communicate with others in the event that you’re stranded or in need of assistance. Radios, like basic two-way units, are especially popular with “preppers.” A small

Deadly Flash Flood Hits Utah-Arizona Border

Many throughout the West Coast and the South West are eager for rain this winter. This year’s drought has been particularly hard, and the popular consensus is that incoming El Nino storms might bring some much-needed rain to the two regions over the next few months. However some of those storms are also predicted to

How to Make a Solar Powered Cell Phone Charger

Believe it or not, but a smartphone can be an extremely useful tool during an emergency situation or event. If you have access to either WiFi or a cell signal, you can call or text for assistance, check weather or news reports or use the GPS to help you and your family evacuate to a

How to Make a Spotlight From a Flashlight

If you’re preparing an emergency kit for your home, it’s important that you remember to pack away something that you can use for signaling for help. While a radio is always a good way to go, sometimes a basic signal mirror is all you need to signal for help if you’re ever stranded or in

Contain Rainwater For Gardens and Lawns, Fight the Drought with Harvested Rain Water

The entirety of the West Coast is currently in the midst of one of the worst droughts in recent history. In fact, in California, the U.S. Drought Monitor notes that over 70 percent of the state suffers from extreme drought, and in Nevada, 76 percent suffers from severe drought too. However, scientists and climatologists are

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