Smart Meters Blamed For Multiple Fires Around The Country

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smart meter fires

  A woman’s death in Nevada has sparked renewed concerns about the safety and security of smart meters. The controversial electric meters have reportedly been linked to a series of structure fires in two communities in Nevada. Fire officials in the town have requested the Nevada Public Utilities Commission launch an investigation into the blazes…. Read more »

Survival Livestock Care Tips And Homeremedies

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equine care

  Livestock both small and large must be kept healthy to provide food and milk for the family during a long-term natural or man-made disaster. When the food supply chain is interrupted for even a short period of time, grocery store shelves will empty in a matter of days – if not hours. The natural… Read more »

Bugout Bags: What To Put Inside Your Child’s School Backpack And Teaching Them How To Get Home Alone

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prepping with kids

  If you do not homeschool,a bugout bag for kids should be an essential part of your preparedness plan. The bags should include a basic first aid kit, a map with the route home highlighted, directions to survival caches along the route, several nutritional bars and a survival straw in their school backpack. The child,… Read more »

Survival Skills We Can Learn From The Amish

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homesteading tips

Although there is great value in taking a class, watching videos, and reading books to enhance your self-reliance skills, spending some time in an Amish enclave offers an irreplaceable hands-on experience. In my experience, the Amish are savvy businessmen. When approached with respect and a sincere desire to learn, an Amish man would likely agree… Read more »

American Food Supply In Jeopardy, According To World Food Systems Report

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long term food

  The inaugural World Food Systems report judged the food systems in 125 different countries, ranking each nation based on four different major metrics: affordability of food, food quality, abundance of food, and the eating habits of citizens. The United States’ food systems score was adversely affected by both the nation’s high obesity and diabetes… Read more »