By Janet Liebsch, Executive VP, USFRA + Disaster Information Specialist Most people would agree that 2020 has been an unprecedented year with the COVID-19 lockdowns and quarantines, BLM/Antifa attacks, riots and “defund the police” protests in multiple cities, higher than normal hurricane activity, massive wildfires and other disasters across our nation. But one thing
Voices of Self-Reliance with Nick Meacher CLICK HERE FOR FULL LESSON By Nick Meacher, Fortune Favors the Prepared Preparedness and self-reliance requires planning; you (should) plan based on threats and hazards that are likely to occur in your area. Your plan should be comprehensive and based on your assessment of the likelihood of specific events,
Although September is National Emergency Preparedness Month, emergency preparedness is a YEAR-ROUND effort. Here at the National Self-Reliance Project, we get to learn first-hand from "Preppers" all over America and even the world. They too never stop learning. They're always improving their plans, updating their supplies, and collaborating with each other to learn more and
Threats That Could Cause a Collapse - with Dr. Drew Miller, Col USAF (Ret) We had a sit down with Dr. Drew Miller, Col USAF (Ret) about his view on the future, and how he is making sure he's prepared for disasters, along with helping others achieve that as well! Watch the interview
In certain areas of the world, it is crucial to shape structures to endure the damage and destruction associated with earthquakes. While we cannot predict an earthquake, scientists can sometimes give us warnings that earthquakes can be imminent. Unfortunately, when it comes down to brass tacks, we are completely at life's mercy to survive an
Would you be up to the challenge? Drop all contacts, throw away the cell phone, leave behind the laptop, and walk back into time; to the TENTH century?? (Video Below) In 2013, and medieval re-enactment group built a 10th-century homestead as an experiment. The homestead has no access to electricity, no internet, tv, radio, or
Heimo Korth is the last man living in Alaska Preserve, 19 million acres of Alaskan Wilderness. Originally from Wisconsin, Heimo is amazingly social. He and his wife have been living up there since 1982. So grab some popcorn and enjoy this incredible video!
Great DIY project: How to build a hunting a survival bow with PVC.
We have been asked to share this story. I've had the opportunity to have dinner with Taya and many SEAL team members. It was a huge honor and humbling experience to be in a room full of so many brave men and women. For that I share the following store. RIP Chris Kyle, never forgotten!
“One of the most amazing bee pollen facts is that it takes one bee working eight hours a day, one month to gather just one teaspoon of bee pollen granules.” Bee pollen actually makes an excellent multivitamin and is considered a super food by some. Great article explaining it all can be found here:
I do not normally just copy and paste a story, but Rick asked us to. This is a GREAT article covering survival kits. Rick Tscherne October 24 NOTICE TO ALL: I WOULD SINCERELY APPRECIATE IT IF YOU ALL WOULD PASS THIS ARTICLE OF MINE AROUND TO OTHERS THANKS : )F.R.E.E. SURVIVAL KITS! GET YOURS
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