Earth Bag Homes: The ‘Dirt Cheap’ Way To Build The Ultimate Bugout Retreat

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  Earthbag homes are the dirt cheap way to build the ultimate bugout retreat or 24/7 self-reliant homestead. The ultra-sturdy homes can reportedly withstand hurricanes, floods, fires, and flying bullets far better than a home constructed in a traditional manner – and far more cheaply. Although the term earthbag home may be unfamiliar to many… Read more »

Beehives Summer Losses Now Surpass Winter Honeybee Deaths, Lack Of Bees Puts The Food Supply In Jeopardy

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  Honeybee populations have been on a devastating decline since 2006. No single cause for colony collapse disorder has been agreed upon by agriculture experts and scientists, as noted by eFoodsDirect previously, but one potential teotwawki fact is crystal clear – the necessary pollinators are continuing to die off in record numbers. A new study… Read more »

FEMA Series Part 3: What You Should Be Stockpiling Right Now To Avoid Relying On FEMA During An Emergency?

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What should you be stockpiling right now in order to avoid the need to go to a temporary emergency FEMA camp or to meet your family’s needs while attempting to avoid being ushered gratefully to a permanent FEMA resettlement camp? Water, long-term food storage items and plenty of ammo are three of the most important… Read more »

FEMA Camps Series Part 1 of 3: Will They Happen?

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FEMA camps: Just reading those two words invoke an immediate sense of foreboding and anger in many Americans. Call such emergency government facilities resettlement camps or refugee camps if you like, but the freedom-infringing will be just the same despite the text on the entrance sign. If following a guy who introduces himself by saying,… Read more »