Year: 2011

What I have learned and done in my first year prepping

Posted by choctawgreen7 on APN My one year anniversary of prepping is fast approaching and I thought I would throw out some of what I learned as a latecomer to prepper. 1. I am not a kook. My desire to be more or totally self sufficient is not necessarily the rantings of a delusional, anti-social …

How to communicate before and after SHTF

Feel free to call in and ask questions and or make suggestions. This will be a very informative show. Join GoatHollow (Doug) on Wednesday , Dec 28th 8:00pm/Ct on the Prepper Broadcasting Network, for a discussion on Ham radio for beginners!  We’ll be talking about all things communications for preppers.  Doug’s guest will be the …

Most Preppers Like Homemade Jerky!

Original post by watcher on APN Home made jerky can be a great food source for storage and nutrition, but it also tastes great. Here are a few how to make it for ya. Ground Chuck Jerky Jerky – Traditional 3 pounds 85% lean ground chuck 2 tablespoons salt 1 tablespoon onion powder 1 tablespoon …

Go it solo when SHTF or in a group?

I live in the mountains far enough away from any real population that I feel more comfortable going it solo. There are some skills that I will wish I had when shtf but until I learn those I do have the ones that will keep me alive. If I lived in a more populated area …

Canning Without a Pressure Canner

Original post by Alaska Rose on A.P. N. First, a disclaimer. This is not an approved method for canning. This is for survival knowledge only. If you are in a survival situation and don’t have a pressure canner available but need to can some meat or vegetables to keep them from spoiling, you can do …

A Natural Approach to Prepper Family Care!

A great post with many home remedies! These are my favorite remedies / products — the ones I consider indispensable for a natural family first-aid kit. All of the remedies are available at any well-stocked health-food store and by mail-order. Be sure to buy pure essential oils, not fragrance oils. To prevent breakage, wrap glass …

Prepping With Goat Hollow!

My dad once told me. “Son, a man in his lifetime should consider himself lucky to have one or two people he can truly call a friend.” He was right. I am 53 years old now and consider myself fortunate to have two or three that I can call a true friend. A person that …

Prepper tips on repackaging and storing food!

If you are packaging for really long term storage, it is advisable to use mylar bags. You can order from Amazon, ebay and any no. of sites. Just google for 5 gallon mylar bags. For long term storage of grains: wheat berries, flour, corn, oatmeal, rice, etc. you should use a mylar bag, the appropriate …

Promote yourself, and your website or blog.

Promote yourself, and your website or blog. Share with others Self Reliance and Independence. It’s easy, a lot of fun, and very rewarding. Be a host on our network and get to know many well- known names in the Prepper, Survivalist community. We are a fast growing network featured on American Preppers Network http://podcast.preppersnetwork.com/ Prepper …

The bombs that will make America Great again!

Is it possible? Can bombing and air strike attacks fix everything, our status in the world, productivity, economics, employment, health and our perception to the rest of the world, etc., and leave us on top? It is possible but first you have to be prepared for the aftermath. In preparation for the aftermath many things …