Self Reliance News Round Up – 2016-05-21

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Root cellar
May 21, 2016, 3:57 am

Anyone build one? What style and construction methods did you use? Thanks

Bio Prepper
Common Wisdom For Uncertain Times

The Question Is Not ?If? But ?When?: How The World Would Look Like When The Grid Goes Down
May 20, 2016, 5:55 am

Have you ever thought about how fragile the US power grid is? And how would you survive if the power grid went down? What would be like in the dark? Have you ever wondered ??what would we do if the lights went out??? Who could have foreseen the 9/11 come? The difference between 9/11 and […]

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SHTF Blog - a TEOTWAWKI Survival Blog
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Bug Out Long Term (B.O.L.T) Pistol: Part 2
May 19, 2016, 9:27 am

Continuing this story? The innards of the Ruger 22/45 are not the only pieces of metal in need of modernization.  There are plenty of upgrades necessary on the outside of the pistol to make this a B.O.L.T.-worthy tool.  For instance, the magazine baseplates, the grip, the threaded barrel protector, carry options, and of course the […]

Tiny Farm Blog
A day-to-day photo-journal of organic market gardening: growing local food with two acres and some tools...!

First salad greens of the outdoor season
May 19, 2016, 5:05 am

The season’s first field planting of salad greens, making a brief public appearance from under row cover, where they’re in flea beetle protection – we’re weeding today. Mustards, bok choi, arugula (a brassica relative), mizunas and more. So perfectly tasty, plucked straight from the ground, with a little dirt garnish for good measure…

Survivalist Prepper
Where Survivalists And Preppers Prepare To Survive

Preparing for an EMP & The Aftermath
May 19, 2016, 12:48 am

Like this article?

This is something I have been a little lax on, but it shouldn?t be that way. An EMP strike could cause us to put all of our prepping skills to work. We tend to think of faraday cages and no internet access when we think about an EMP, but that?s just the tip of the […]

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Communications for Preppers, Patriots, Redoubters and Partisans

JJS on Communications for the Prepared Patriot ? Prosser Expo
May 18, 2016, 6:52 pm

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Survival Sherpa
Helping each other on the climb to self-reliance and preparedness...the Survival Sherpa way...One step at a time.

Hunt-Gather-Eat: Identifying Plants the Real Food Eats
May 18, 2016, 4:09 pm

by Todd Walker At our spring Georgia Bushcraft campout, Chris Noble began his Plant I.D. class with seven wise words written on the white board… “Plants are what the real food eats!” Wild edibles are popular among survivalists and outdoorsy types. Would you survive the learning curve if you were dependent on wild food only? We have several articles parked […]

Primal Survivor
Stay Aware, Stay Prepared, Stay Vigilant

6 Almost-Forgotten Uses for Pine Tree Sap
May 18, 2016, 2:23 pm

Before we had giant supermarkets and hardware stores, people had to know how to make things themselves.  Unfortunately, a lot of this knowledge has been lost and people are completely helpless to do things on their own.  So, in effort to increase our survival knowledge and skills, today I want to talk about all of […]

Time to Eat the Dogs
On Science, History, and Exploration

Exploration: A Very Short Introduction (book review)
May 16, 2016, 11:21 am

Exploration: A Very Short Introduction (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015) Oxford?s Very Short Introduction series spans 500 volumes, taking up subjects from Beauty to Relativity to Wittgenstein. As we lose ourselves in ever expanding information networks, the brightly coloured paperbacks have become the researcher?s Lonely Planet, a pocket guide to topics that require some navigation. While […]

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