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Build an underground cistern

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Make a Tackle Box That Fits in Your Pocket

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pinner .... I HIGHLY recommend this book. It will make you aware of how quickly--and drastically--our current lifestyle could change. It will also make you think about practical ways you can be prepared for any disaster, natural or manmade.

Book Review: One Second After

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How to Escape Zip Ties 04 by ITS Tactical, via Flickr

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Cute Mini Car emergency kit in a wipe container. Need to make for traveling.

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21 Things to Look For Every Time You Go To a Yard Sale or Thrift Store

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DIY Survival PVC Bow (Just too cool)

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Pandemic Preparedness - DIY Sanitation

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Living in a missile silo

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Saving your pet with CPR

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4 hours, 46 meals, 95 dollars. SUMMER PROJECT.

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survival website

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Great list of suggested guides and textbooks, mostly free to download

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Medical info for emergency situations

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Wind Energy Basics

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19 edible plants found in North America.

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10 WEEDS YOU SHOULD EAT AND HOW TO ENJOY THEM

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'Instructables' guide for living off the grid-- Rain Barrels, Chicken Coops, and Solar Panels...

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natural cordage

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How to Eat a Pine Tree

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Survivalist Project: PVC bow with 60 lb draw weight for under $15.

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Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 Semi-Auto Rifle, .22 LR, 16" Barrel, H002B

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What is a Rocket Stove? Why Do I Need One? One of THE most practical things you can own or know how to build.

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Inside the one-room house, the reclaimed-redwood platform bed hangs on slender steel rods fastened to the ceiling. The ceiling cap is a vent--the house's thermostat.

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How to live without electricity...just in case!!!

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