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After SHTF

After SHTF it's not time to plan, it's time to put the plans you have into practice. Starting with assessing the current situation, taking inventory of your stored and stockpiled supplies and then determining what members of your community are available and what their needs are (because they probably have not prepared anywhere near the level you have. When SHTF first hits and everyone is scrambling to feed themselves and to simply survive, you won’t see many people out wandering around I’m...

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Shelter In Place

The Treehotel has five rooms (the one shown below being the Bird's Nest), each with a completely different design. There's no place like home but if you have to temporarily or permanently take shelter elsewhere, which would you choose? Give us your opinion of which location you choose in these images and provide us with a pix of your current or preferred shelter at: Shelter #1  

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4 Easy Steps To Make A Homesteader Chicken Coop

Chicken Coop Condo A well built chicken coop can last for years. The size of your chicken coop will depend on the number of chickens you need to house. It can be as simple or as elaborate as your imagination. Like all animals, chickens require fresh air. They can easily get sick if the air is stale inside the coop. Make sure that there is sufficient airflow by adding a vent or a window. After viewing the video, tell us what you think and if you would be willing to build your own chicken coop...

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Tiny Homes

Taking Your Home With You When it All Hits the Fan The Tiny Home Movement: The Appeal People are joining this movement for many reasons, but the most popular reasons include environmental concerns, financial concerns, and the desire for more time and freedom. For most Americans 1/3 to 1/2 of their income is dedicated to the roof over their heads. This means Americans have to work 15 years (or more) during their lifetime just to pay for it, and because of that fact 76% of Americans are living paycheck...