Preparing For Life’s Storms with Gardening!
Bexar Prepper “Preparing For Life’s Storms
Have you been watching the prices in the grocery store, as the product packages shrink? What’s the answer? Grow your own produce. Tonight we welcome in mhpgardener an avid gardener, friend and gracious spirit. Bobby built both his greenhouse; I like to call them hangers cause their big enough to fit a plane in. He is learning hydroponic gardening he also gardens the traditional way, like the rest of us. Read more “Preparing For Life’s Storms with Gardening!”
Ok, so Aquaponics is becoming a buzz word, and rightfully so. Aquaponics is one of the greatest ways to grow food on a homestead or even in an apartment! Aquaponics is a very versatile system that can be scaled to fit any person’s needs. Read more “Aquaponics!”
It’s officially spring, and that means it’s that time of year to get planting your medicinal herb garden. The question is, what herbs are the most important herbs to grow? In this episode of Herbal Prepper Live, we will cover a wide variety of herbs for your home garden to cover a range of needs.
Recently it has come to my attention that a new law proposed by the European Commission would make it illegal to “grow, reproduce or trade” any vegetable seeds that have not been “tested, approved and accepted” by a new EU bureaucracy named the “EU Plant Variety Agency.”
After watching Mark Bakers struggles to save his pigs and Montana Jones in Canada lost her rare breed Shropshire sheep…they were all KILLED even the pregnant Ewes. The CFIA claimed three years ago that a ewe she sold years further back had scrapie. No signs, no symptoms, for a disease that poses no harm to humans – but they killed her ewes anyway. After death, tests came back negative as Montana knew they would. Read more “Animals and seeds are IMPORTANT to us all!”
When the Michigan DNR all but shut down farmer Mark Baker’s successful, pasture-raised, pork operation in Marion Michigan, he became the embodiment of that old adage: When life hands you lemons, make lemonade. Mark, his wife Jill, and their eight children re-grouped and decided to go in a new direction. If they wouldn’t be allowed to raise healthy, naturally-produced food for people, they would do the next best thing: Teach people to raise it themselves.
And thus, the “Anyone Can Farm: America’s Farm to Fork Academy” project was launched.
Modern farming relies heavily on fossil fuels, genetically modified seeds (GMO’s), soil-depleting farming techniques, and crowded animal-husbandry practices in order to produce cheap, plentiful food. This cheap, factory-farm food is the bland, nutrient-vacant fare filling our grocery store shelves. To listen to this show…Read more “The Anyone Can Farm Academy!”
Times are tough, and getting tougher by the day. The proverbial handwriting is on the wall. In order to survive in an uncertain future, we need to be finding more ways to grow our own food. For many of us, that means a garden. But what happens if a storm wipes out your garden? What happens if you have a rainy spring and can’t get the garden planted? Where will you get the vegetables that you need to can and preserve to make it thru the winter? My suggestion is to build a greenhouse. With a greenhouse, you don’t have to worry about too much rain, because you’re growing inside. And if it’s built properly, a greenhouse will withstand most storms, with the exception of tornado’s and hurricanes.
In order to maximize the use of the greenhouse, it helps to be able to grow during the winter. But for most of us, that will require some type of heating. Depending on the size of your greenhouse, one option for heating is a Rocket Mass Heater. They are very efficient and can be the difference between freezing temperatures and a harvest. Also, if obtaining fertilizers is a problem, you might want to consider aquaponics. With aquaponics, you simply feed the fish, and they provide the fertilizer needs for the plants.
My guest for this week on Preparing To Provide is Rob Torcellini from YouTube. His YouTube channel is http://www.youtube.com/user/web4deb Rob has an incredible setup. He built a huge Geodesic Dome greenhouse for indoor growing. For his grow method, he has chosen aquaponics and has been growing vegetables thru the winter. To heat his greenhouse, he built the most awesome Rocket Mass Heater that you’ll ever see. He even had it set up for automatic feeding of wood pellets. And to top it all off, his electrical needs are being supplied by solar panels. Rob is well on his way toward being self-sufficient and will be a great source of information for those of us who still have a lot of work to do, or anyone just getting started. Please join us for what promises to be another fantastic show filled with lots of useful tips and advice.
Join Paladin Prepper on “The Paladin Prepper Report” for this week’s ‘Prepper Point’… “Power House Salad 365″. If you’re someone who would love to have a fresh, healthy salad every day, but live in a situation where you don’t have land to grow a garden… then THIS is the show for you! Stuck in a high rise? Living in a basement or small apartment? No problem. You’re going to be ‘grinning ear to ear’ when you taste the delicious answer Paladin Prepper has in store for you. No longer will you have to envy those with a Back To Eden Garden, or feel badly that you won’t have land. You’ll have fresh eats every single day, even in ‘the dead of winter’, if you’ll apply the great information in this week’s show. Paladin Prepper will discuss an amazing yet simple way to have a fresh and highly nutritional salad 365 days a year… and a huge variety at that! Be sure to mark your calendar for “The Paladin Prepper Report”.