Many thanks to JJ over at RealitySurvival for this fantastic compilation of tips and techniques. The RealitySurvival.com site and Youtube Channel are well-done and tied together, so please subscribe and make sure you do not miss out on more practical tips and updates. Enjoy! This Urban Survival Tip shows a couple
Kirsten Dirksen – Sheila Cassani began farming her rental home while a college student. She started with a small vegetable patch, but it soon spread to keeping chickens and bees and planting produce on nearly every available patch of the small yard not dedicated to the poultry. Cassani and her partner Matthew
The Big Earthquake is considered inevitable but some say it does not have to be a disaster for cities like Los Angeles. What is being done to prepare for it? Video below: CNN has more of the story… Los Angeles Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina reminded us that when it comes
Greek Prepper – Rudy Reyes, a Recon Marine demonstrates the skills needed to stay alive after Armageddon inside a city environment…
Urban areas sometimes “go berserk” during or after man-made or natural disasters. What should your urban survival priorities be? BlackScoutSurvival provides their answer to this question and more…
This interesting scenario and explanation discusses the differences between a “Get Home Bag” and a “72-Hour Bag.” Are both necessary? I like the addition of comfort foods! Check out the gear at http://www.bladehq.com/.
I have used this style of sub-irrigated planter for three years now with great success in my container gardens. Perfect for urban or apartment practicioners of survival.
In March 1888, an unprecedented blizzard hit the northeast, dumping 20 to 60 inches of snow on an unprepared New York City. Drifts measured 30 and even 50 feet in some parts of the region. Not only was the storm momentous, resulting in around 200 deaths in New York City alone,
As a stay-at-home dad, occasionally I felt the need to reach beyond the realm of diapers and sippy-cups and remind myself of my ultimate survivability. This night’s meatloaf project was my latest excursion into super-masculinity (my wife gave me a few strange looks!) 1. I started with the drippings from my
Jamie lives her life in South Texas where she is a wife and a Mom to 4 children: 3 boys and a girl. During the day she works in a dental office, cleaning teeth as a Dental Hygienist, in the evening being a Mom––her favorite and hardest job––and later at