Skill sets, Entrepreneurs and Shop Class!

Skill sets, Entrepreneurs and Shop Class!
Ryan Buford “The Next Generation” Audio player below

Skill sets, Entrepreneurs and Shop ClassThere is much to be said about the benefits of early skills training, like wood shop, metal shop and even home economics. The skills learned in these classes were designed to help the youth better serve themselves and each other in small communities across America.

What’s that? Your child isn’t enrolled in shop class? Your school district doesn’t offer metal working? Or home economics – known today as the “American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences”? Read more “Skill sets, Entrepreneurs and Shop Class!”

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Experienced gardener or just a beginner?

Experienced gardener or just a beginner?
Jordan “A Family Affair” Audio player provided in this post!

Experienced gardener or just a beginner?Are you an experienced gardener or just a beginner? Would you like to know where to begin, or expand your knowledge? Are you wanting to get away from pesticides? Finding that your garden just seems to need more? Well join us as we discuss Natural and Companion gardening. I will be having another amazing guest on such a topic. Our guest started out like many, helping his family garden and learning from them as a child that set the path to what he does today. Read more “Experienced gardener or just a beginner?”

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Being Frugal in Preparedness!

Being Frugal in Preparedness!
Ryan Buford “The Next Generation” Audio player below!

Being Frugal in PreparednessFrugality was a stigma as I grew up. It was something akin to stingy, miserly, unwilling to share. The connotation of being frugal is something over the last few decades has gone so far from its origins that has become something that is scary to our culture to consider as something to strive for.

This week we will explore the true meaning of what it is to be frugal, what it means to the preparedness community, and what it can be to the next generation. Some of the things you can do as parents will easily be absorbed by the kids at your side so make this trait something they can be proud of. Read more “Being Frugal in Preparedness!”

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Bushcraft with Craig Avery

Bushcraft with Craig Avery
James Walton “I Am Liberty ” Audio player below!

Bushcraft with Craig AveryWe have a special guest on this show to talk about bushcraft among other things. There is something mesmerizing about the art of bushcraft and having the ability to manipulate the world “in the bush” the way that a well seasons practitioner can.

Maybe this skill is so interesting because of the fact that most of us are just so unfamiliar with the woods. Going into the woods is like some sort of alien journey. Read more “Bushcraft with Craig Avery”

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Vinegar, not just for Fish n Chips!

Vinegar, not just for Fish n Chips!
Lynna “A Preppers Path ” Audio player below!

Vinegar, not just for Fish n Chips

Vinegar, one would be hard pressed to find anyone who hasn’t used vinegar in one way or another. We most commonly think of white or apple cider however vinegar can be made from a vast array of things it really just depends on the source material. A combination of acetic acid, water and some trace minerals and viola you have vinegar. The uses for this amazing liquid are varied and wide because of it’s ease in production as one of the milder acids, historically it has had a wide variety of uses in our industrial, medical and domestic areas of life. Read more “Vinegar, not just for Fish n Chips!”

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Fire in the Sky Lessons Learned From a Wildfire.

Fire in the Sky!
Lessons Learned From a Real Life Wildfire Event
Ryan Buford “The Next Generation” Audio player below!

Fire in the Sky! Lessons Learned From a Real Life WildfireWildfire season is fast approaching. Like any small flame, there is a possibility of the uncontrollable force that follows.

Tune into this show as we explore the responsibilities you have as a parent and a prepper to convey the importance of camp fire safety, firework safety, and respect for the natural forests we rely on to bug out, escape, or just get away. There’s not much of a cabin in the woods if the woods are reduced to ash and soot. And food? Good luck bagging that deer, elk, or even a rabbit for that matter. Read more “Fire in the Sky Lessons Learned From a Wildfire.”

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The tomato man and gardening!

The tomato man and gardening!
Craig LeHoullier, North Carolina Tomato man!
Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below!

The tomato man and gardeningThis week we have a real treat. This Friday I have Craig LeHoullier The Tomato Man on as my guest. You may have heard of him as the North Carolina Tomatoman. Some know him as the fellow who named the Cherokee Purple in 1990. To others, he is the author of the books Epic Tomatoes or Growing Vegetables in Straw Bales, the co-host of Tomatopalooza, a co-leader of the Dwarf Tomato Breeding Project, or just the odd person with a garden where the driveway used to be. He is the tomato nut with a website, a blog, a newsletter (on occasion), and a huge tomato and pepper and eggplant collection. Read more “The tomato man and gardening!”

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