Dealing with Drought!

Dealing with Drought
Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below!

Dealing with DroughtOn this episode of Reality Check, we are discussing drought. We will be discussing some tips on how to conserving water, what plants and crops can tolerate long periods of dryness, and how to use smart watering in order to keep things green.

First is to conserve water. This is a good habit to develop now rather than later when it’s needed. Besides being eco conscious, your water and sewage bills can be reduced. Read more “Dealing with Drought!”

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Survival Shotguns and Rifles Part 2

Survival Shotguns and Rifles Part 2
Host: Dane… “The Gunmetal Armory” Audio player provided!

Survival Shotguns and Rifles Part 2What’s up Team Gunmetal!! This week, on the Armory… we are going to dive back in to the deep end we were swimming in last week. We were talking about Survival Shotguns and Survival Rifles, but we didn’t get to cover every part of my Survival Shotguns and Rifles presentation. So this week, we are coming back at you with Part 2. We will cover Remington 870 and Tac 14 shotguns, the mods you can do to them, and the internal changes you can make. We all know the Remington 870 makes for an ideal Survival and Home Defense platform, now you’ll find out how to make it even better. Read more “Survival Shotguns and Rifles Part 2”

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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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Battlefield America 7 P.P.W.S. Pt 2

Battlefield America 7 P.P.W.S. Pt 2
Allen Getz ” Behind The Headlines ” Audio player below!

Battlefield America 7 P.P.W.S. Pt 2For the twelfth broadcast of Behind the Lines, we continue the examination of reading material used in the college classroom. The focus will remain upon how this material shapes the thinking of specific portions of the student body. We will turn to the core principles shaping the foundation of the texts previously examined. By working ‘backwards’, we will view how the practical explanation of particular thoughts originate in theoretical suppositions. We will once again dissect, examine, and probe for foundation theorems leading to specific conclusions. Read more “Battlefield America 7 P.P.W.S. Pt 2”

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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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Ground Rules The Premier of “A Family Affair”

Ground Rules The Premier of “A Family Affair”
Jordan “A Family Affair” Audio player provided!

Ground Rules The Premier of "A Family Affair"Did you ever have dreams of being and astronaut, fireman, or a police officer? Did your parents have dreams of you being something more? Such as a surgeon or doctor. In life we ended up as something Greater. We became parents, a family. We can not control who our children become, but we can lay down a strong foundation. To ensure and help shape, who they become, are good people. No matter what life sets in their path. This Saturday we will discuss the rules that make us as a family stronger. How these rules can impact and effect us. Read more “Ground Rules The Premier of “A Family Affair””

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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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