Those of us who like to target shoot outdoors are finding it increasingly difficult to find areas legal to do so. Unincorporated county areas that were legal to shoot in are quickly being annexed by cities with ordinances prohibiting the discharge of firearms within city limits. However, most of us have likely found a favorite… Read more »
In my last post we talked about little things you can to do prepare your college student in case of an emergency. (We touched on everything from car problems to date dilemmas). In this post, we are going to take a look at back-to-school time for elementary-age students. We’ll focus on ways to make this… Read more »
Natsumi from Honolulu, HI asked: A cousin of mine got to attend one of your disaster preparedness classes back in New Mexico a while back and she mentioned something about “What If” questions. What was she talking about?
Across the nation parents are sending their college students off on a new adventure. However, between registering for classes, buying textbooks, and furnishing a dorm, emergency preparedness is one aspect of college preparations that can get lost in the shuffle.
Recently, I have discussed with you the sobering consequences of the recent U.S. drought on our nation’s food supply and the effect it will have on our food prices both short- and long-term. The current drought that is affecting over half of the country has left many farmers and ranchers in a situation where either… Read more »
The cost of food has been rising dramatically over the last year and while the obvious doesn’t need to be pointed out, a voice of warning needs to be raised so we can understand the contributing factors to the problem. By becoming aware of the different “levers” that affect the price of food, one can… Read more »
Today’s recipe is compliments of Jen S. in New York. Thanks for your submission! Potato Rolls 8 T butter powder 1 packet yeast 3 T sugar or 2 T honey 1 c warm water 6 T eFoodsDirect Instant Potatoes 2 tsp sea salt 3 c flour