Tag: Skills

Do you have skills, and can you really perform them under pressure?

Sam Coffman is a former Green Beret medic, survival school instructor (The Human Path) (Visit Show Page) with over 20 years’ experience teaching survival, plant medicine and self-defense. He also has over 10 years’ experience as a clinical herbalist working with plant medicine in field and remote environments. In his first podcast on Prepper Broadcasting…
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August 14, 2013 0

Being prepared when the stuff hits the fan!

When the stuff hits the fan, either for the not so long term or when the end is not in sight, all the goods we have stored will eventually run out. For many, this time will come much sooner than for others who have made at least some preparations. A lot of things can simply…
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August 10, 2013 0

The Legacy You Leave Behind!

When we think of leaving a legacy we may or may not think of what we do every single day. Leaving a legacy begins with teaching and passing on knowledge. Helping those who are closest to us to understand, learn and execute the skills, trades, crafts and knowledge that we implement and employ every single…
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July 25, 2013 0

Prepper groups, no one man is an island!

Prepper Groups on The Prepared Canadian! Prepper groups are an ever growing desire for today’s prepper, and with good reason.  It has often been said that no man is an island, and the same applies to preppers.  No one man could be expected to perform all the duties that will be required of us should…
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March 16, 2013 0

Preparing now for a worst case scenario.

Regardless if we fear a super-earthquake, a volcano eruption, war, or an EMP attack, survival will depend on being prepared. Only those who take on the responsibility now and are ready to learn sustainable skills will survive with some sense of security. Join Common Sense Prepping with Deb as she and her guest Host, Sargent…
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February 1, 2013 0

Home schooling, questions and answers with those that do!

   Homeschooling.   If you’re a parent – especially a parent who preps, homesteads, or both — chances are you’ve thought about homeschooling.   Maybe you’re homeschooling already.         You’re not alone.   There’s more joining the homeschooling camp every year.    The National Center for Education Statistics reports 1.7 percent of kids were home schooled in 1999, 2.2 percent…
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January 31, 2013 0

Learn how to prepare for the future with skills of the past with Ozark Mountains Preparedness!

A very special Sunday heads your way on Jan 20th 2013 as The Other Side of a Preppers Path spans the country from the Selkirk & Cabinet Mountains of Idaho to the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas.  Learn first-hand how to prepare for the future with skills of the past with Jerry Ward of Ozark Mountains Preparedness. Jerry…
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January 20, 2013 0

The importance of skills over gadgets and what’s on everyone’s minds right now $$.

Preppers aren’t all Doomsday Preppers and it’s actually a much more practical option than most realize. Main keys are to NOT become overwhelmed by the media’s frenzied attempts to make prepping appear something it isn’t, and that it’s ok to start now, don’t worry that someone else has been at it for years. Charley and Courtney of  Ready Go…
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January 13, 2013 0

“Preparing For Life’s Storms” SHTF! What about our pets?

Economic collapses has come and were off to our retreats with all our pets in tow. So now what do we do? Do you know how to take care of your pets? What should we have on hand to ensure our pets, which are now becoming alert dogs, be taken care of and how do…
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December 4, 2012 0

Foraging For Life!

Introduction to Foraging for Life. This first airing of “Foraging for Life” will cover how to identify what region you live in and what types of foraging is available. Where to find identification materials that are suited to your lifestyle and why that is important. Learning the seasons of different edibles and looking for places…
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November 9, 2012 0

Will storing food and supplies really help?

On the “Lost Art of Prepping” Do you know what it truly means? Too many preppers out there are complacent and thinking that just storing food and supplies will help. Well they do help in a short term scenario but in the long term they will run out. You have to start learning skills, practicing…
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October 3, 2012 0

Dealing with trying times ahead on The Homestead Honey Hour!

On this show of the Homestead Honey Hour, Noreen will be taking the wheel and bringing on a heavy topic.  Have you been paying attention?  Our world is turning topsy turvy.  From turmoil in the middle east to trouble on the home front, we are facing trying times here in America and across the world.  …
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September 20, 2012 1

Get “Back to Basics” For Smart, Effective Preparedness!

On this episode of  Off Grid Preppers, Big John and Barbara will talk “back to basics”–prepping smart on a no frills budget that will help you get ready faster with fewer mistakes. We also discussed bartering; what skills will be in demand and what items will be worth their weight in gold during a crisis…
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August 21, 2012 1