Today we’re taking a look at other sites to add to your survival knowledge, and adding some helpful commentary to assist you in choosing what will be most beneficial.
From SHTFplan.com: What Will Happen First, an Economic Collapse or Martial Law?
The question put forth by the author is an interesting one, and one that we may all soon see answered. The author seeks to answer this question under the impression that the catalyst will be somewhat artificial, as the result of the oft-mentioned “New World Order”. Even if you don’t believe in such things, though, the remainder of the article lays out the hard, cold facts that make at least severe recession and depression a near inevitability. Ranging from the overall depression already underway for youth to the enormous rise in cost for basic goods (do you remember when a gallon of gas was $1.27?!) the odds of additional loss of wealth is definitely high
Although I’m not certain I agree with the overall sequence of events posited by the author, the question itself and the data in this article are definitely worth a look. Check it out for yourself and see what you think.
From survivopedia: 14 Tips for Building Your Survival Farm
A great basic article with lots of solid information for someone looking to head out for a rural farm/retreat lifestyle. Although the idea of a survival farm might lead you to think that these tips will be focused on raising chickens or wheat, in truth it also touches on a lot of common prepper topics such as protective barriers against looters and airtight rooms to protect from airborne dangers. Although the advice contained here does not go into deep detail, it does give you a wide variety of common and uncommon topics to put your mind to and do additional research for yourself. For that reason alone, I would recommend reading this post.
From offthegridnews.com: 8 Lighting-Fast Vegetables For Your Fall Garden
A great list as the summer nears its close, particularly if you still need to get your seed orders in! This article offers some great tips on different kinds of each type of vegetable for fast growth, and even has a quick list of other vegetables that you might want to have in your garden besides these quick growers. Even if you’re not much of a green thumb, most of these vegetables are pretty easy to grow with minimal investment so I’d recommend checking this post out and giving it a try!