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Nearly 50 million Americans now depend on government food stamps to buy processed junk food that gives them cancer

L.J. Devon, March 22, 2016
The path that pilgrims once cut, through rugged landscapes and across great rivers, has been paved over.

Don't miss out on these self-reliance talks happening today and tomorrow

Mike Adams, November 4, 2015
The Sustainability Summit is running right now, featuring fantastic speakers on permaculture, food self-reliance, green living and the future of human civilization.

Colorado county criminalizes self-reliance: Off-grid living punished like a crime

Daniel Barker, October 20, 2015
There was a time in America — and not so long ago — when there was no "grid," at least for those who lived outside of urban centers.

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Drivers forced to forage for food after winter storm left hundreds stranded overnight

By Barker: (NaturalNews) In early March 2015, a late winter storm surprised everyone by dumping large amounts of snow in many states from Texas to Maine. 4,000 flights were cancelled, schools closed, and in Kentucky, where nearly two feet of snow fell, hundreds of drivers found themselves stranded on interstate highways for up to 24 hours. The governor of Kentucky declared a state of emergency and called in the National Guard to assist with relief efforts.

Marjory Wildcraft, backyard food expert, to host 'Home Grown Food Summit'

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) Backyard food production expert and author Marjory Wildcraft will host a free online event in April called the "Home Grown Food Summit," which features 30 experts who will discuss a range of topics to help you become more food independent.

In this introductory video, Wildcraft talks about her "passion" for backyard food production, noting that anyone who is concerned about "all the chemicals and toxins" used in commercial food production should definitely attend the summit.

Prepare for the coming global depression with these 11 tips

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) Natural News has committed to keeping readers informed about economic conditions both in the United States and the developed world, because there is so much going on that could affect the financial stability of billions of people.

These simple steps will help you prepare for any emergency

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) So, you've been paying more attention to the news and to world events, and you, like millions of other Americans, see geopolitical storm clouds brewing on the horizon. But what can you do about it?

Six methods to purify water for off-grid survival

By Barker: (NaturalNews) Water is the single most crucial commodity necessary for human survival. A person can live for weeks without food, but without water it's a matter of a few days.

It's difficult to stockpile enough water to last for any extended length of time, and it's even more difficult to carry enough water to last more than a few days if you're on the move, especially on foot.

Survival Basics: The six enemies of food storage

By NaturalNews Editors: (NaturalNews) When it comes to stockpiling survival preps, two items are always near the top my list: food and land to grow food. Those, in my opinion, are the two most valuable commodities to have if the world and society goes to heck. As I say that, I realize that the land portion of that equation may be unattainable for many. On the other hand, almost everyone can acquire food and a place to store it. (Originally published at

How the UN is confiscating American homes and controlling all food and energy

By Natural News Editors: (NaturalNews) In times of crises, the government has proven, time and time again, that it cannot be counted on to adequately protect the American people. As the American people have not prepared for the coming dark days, they will be vulnerable to starvation, dehydration, cholera, pandemics and attacks from resource-deficient looters. Will the government be there to save them? History has already answered this question in the negative. Events such as Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy, L.A.