The reason I’m asking is this: too many preppers are getting ready for TEOTWAWKI yet they don’t concern themselves with natural disasters that claim American lives each and every year. This got me thinking so I started to do a little digging to see just how prepared most preppers are…
Put on those sunglasses, suntan lotion, and sun block, prepper peeps, because it’s getting extremely hot in the bunker this week, and not in a good way. There will be no swimming and lifeguards on duty in the bunker, Enders! As the deep-freeze of America is at its peak, this Thursday evening’s hour-long discussion on the Apocalypse Nana Show will entail the most horrifying and arid spectacle ever shared: drought causing the end of the world. Read more “Drought, worlds end!”
What would you be willing to do to prove a point? Would you be willing to take off your shoes, and go barefoot for as long as it takes to achieve your goal?
Dana Richardson and Sarah Zentz, probably best known for their work as a production team on the Back to Eden movie with Paul Gautschi, have teamed up again to create Goshen, a documentary film which explores communities in diverse regions of the world living with remarkable health and life-sustaining provisions. Goshen reveals how to establish healthy, sustainable communities which can survive, even thrive, despite global increases in disease and famine.
These two have decided, as a way to raise funds for the production of Goshen, to take off their shoes and go barefoot for the sake of donations, until they meet their goal of $12,000.
Join Katzcradu, when her guest, on The Homestead Honey Hour, will be these two movie makers extraordinaire. They’ll discuss how the success of Back to Eden led them to make Goshen.