Could Americans survive a disaster? Experts say that even food rationing efforts, similar to those of World War I & II, would be colossal failures in today’s world.
L.J. Devon, March 22, 2016
The path that pilgrims once cut, through rugged landscapes and across great rivers, has been paved over.
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.
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.
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.
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.