Long Term Food Storage Secrets

May 21, 2012 by Mario  
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This Ebook Shows Survivalists How To Create Their Own Food Storage For Any Emergency. Well Written And Includes 3 Bonuses.
Long Term Food Storage Secrets

Seed Storage

February 13, 2011 by Mario  
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Learn neat tips about seed storage and stratification from Sheri Ann Richerson, author of numerous books including 101 Organic Gardening Tips, 101 English Gardening Tips and co-author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Year-Round Gardening.

Fruit Trees Part 1, homesteading, food storage, peak oil

August 10, 2010 by Mario  
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Robert Henry of the Survival Report brings you the first of a series of videos on starting out with fruit trees. He includes tips on buying the right types of trees for your area, how to care for them, irrigation solutions as well as information on diseases and treatments. With the ever growing possibility of an economic collapse or depression and with food shortages currently being a daily news item, now more than ever it’s important to works towards some level of self-sufficiency with your food supply. Long term storage of foods is very important but also is the ability to produce food and preserve it. www.survivalreport.net

Backyard Storage Sheds

July 31, 2010 by Mario  
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www.BackyardStorageSheds.info Where to go to shop for outdoor storage sheds!

Survival Gardening 9, food storage economic crash crisis oil

May 3, 2010 by Mario  
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Video #9 in our Survival Gardening series go over soils and soil improvement techniques. Video #10 will follow shortly. Unless you are keeping a herd of large animals like cows, it’s going to be very hard to keep grow food long term using just what’s “on” the farm or homestead. For a handful of raised beds, half dozen rabbits and similar number of chickens MAY provide enough fertilizer to keep your soil in good shape. But for a serious amount of ground, ie, enough to truly keep a family of 4 of so in food, it’s going to be next to impossible to produce ALL your fertilizer and soil amendments ON THE FARM or homestead. While I do NOT claim to be an “organic gardener”, most of these soil improvement techniques are similar to those used in organic gardening. As a rule, we do NOT use pesticides on our VEGETABLES. We have been forced to use them on our fruit trees before to SAVE TREES. So understand that just because we don’t do everything “organic” doesn’t mean we slather DDT on the ground everywhere….. www.survivalreport.net www.homesteadingandsurvival.com tags- gardening, soil improvement, manure, fertilizer, hard times, economic collapse, economic crisis, peak oil, end of oil, survivalist, homesteading, homestead, survival, 2012, bird flu, preparedness emergency, Patriots, Alex Jones, 911, Dow, market, food shortages, food storage, anything else that will bring folks in

Our Daily bread- food storage, peak oil, economic collapse,

April 30, 2010 by Mario  
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Short video showing hand harvesting and primitive processing of home grown wheat. Wheat is the “staff of life” and essential to your food storage. One of the “Basic 4″ of Esther Dickey’s “Passport to Survival” 1960′s era food storage and preparedness book along with honey, dry milk and salt. We advocate a much more rounded food storage program, but these 4 components are still essential parts. Eventually in a long term disaster your storage food will run out. Having experience with growing grains will be essential to any survivalist or homesteader. Raising your own grains now ensures your family a CLEAN, SAFE source of whole grains. www.survivalreport.net www.homesteadingandsurvival.com tags- survivalist, survival, peak oil, end of oil, end times, prophecy, nuclear war, preparedness, self reliance, self sufficiency, organic gardening, permaculture, sustainability, survival retreat, ak47, ar15, TSHTF, survival report, Ron Paul, Alex Jones, 911, Martial law, new world order, election, Bush, Obama, McCain, war, Mormom, militia, terrorism, Frugal Squirrels, whole wheat, bread, basic 4, alternate energy, off grid anything else that might bring in folks ;)