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In a post SHTF situation, knowing how to make a waddle fence will be extremely valuable. These fences are quite strong and require only a couple of tools. It is important to use fresh cut green wood, as it is most flexible in this state.
Welcome to the weekly recap! Don’t forget to check out our new features at the top of the page and be sure to rate each post using the star system to help our writers to win a contest! Monday: Stock up on First Aid Kits as Excesses Can be Put to Use Tuesday: Working with [...]
Back in July we introduced you to working with green wood on a project to cover an area for our dogs. So far, that roof is holding up just as well as all of our other covered areas that were built with traditional construction ready lumber. There are not any signs of damage, splitting or [...]
When we decided to take the homesteading path and raise our own food and livestock we knew there would be an increase of flies. We had already become familiar with fly predators several years back when we started doing feral cat rescues and taking care of a feral cat colony. During the summer months, we [...]
Welcome to the weekly recap! Tuesday: Home Security After a Collapse Wednesday: Vacation Security Thursday: Septic Tank Alternatives: Lagoons and Constructed Wetlands Friday: Using the Tomato Harvest: Salsa!
If you don’t have one, get a properly trained protection/guard dog. My wife and I have always been dog lovers and with the inclusion of our two female Doberman’s to our home we feel a lot safer. Dogs will provide you with several things in a collapse. First and foremost is their hearing and sense [...]