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Prepper Lifestyle

Prepper Lifestyle

Living a prepper lifestyle is not only good for preparing for the future, but it’s a great way to live a less stressful life. Many people get tired of the rat race and long for something more calming. A few give up their suburban lives and head for...

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Survival Camp Planning

Survival Camp Planning

Survival camp is a place that you can set up that will allow you to stay safe and wait out any disastrous event. In order to thrive at your camp, there are certain kinds of gear that you’ll need. You’ll need the basics such as food, water, warmth,...

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Raising Chickens

Raising Chickens

Chicken coops are one of the most popular live animals additions to any homesteading property. Just as a cow can provide beef and milk, a chicken has a duel purpose, too – eggs and meat. You can either build your own chicken coop from scratch or...

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Survival Diet Living

Survival Diet Living

In the cities and towns of most states, there are dozens or more supermarkets. Fast food places are in abundance so there’s a never-ending variety of food choices. With all of these food choices, you might find it surprising to learn you can...

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Homesteading Must Haves

Homesteading Must Haves

When you make the decision to go off the grid and build a family property that allows you to be self sufficient and safe in the event of a crisis or disaster, you need to make sure it meets several requirements in addition to food and water. A good...

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Homesteading

Homesteading

The Homestead Act of 1862 promised 60 acres of land to families who stayed on the property for 5 years and farmed it for prosperity. Today, cities and towns are once again resurrecting homestead incentives – but for different reasons. Instead of...

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Homesteading Electricity

Homesteading Electricity

When families make the decision to become preppers on a homestead, the one major lifestyle change they’ll encounter is the loss of electricity. But going off the grid is the most important component of self sufficient living. Just because you’re...

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Homesteading Acreage

Homesteading Acreage

When you talk about how many acres are needed to get off the grid and become self sufficient, the battle begins between those who say you only need 1 acre and those who say you need much, much more. Actually, both camps are correct. It all depends...