In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, my guest is Jane, the “Mom With A Prep”. A few years ago, Jane began to feel unprepared for any kind of emergency that could affect her family. So she, along with her husband and children, began getting prepared through learning healthy cooking, self-sufficiency, and survival skills. Jane has a special place in her heart for equipping children with important survival skills, and you’ll see this come up again and again as we visit.
Get to know Jane and her family through the links and information below, and of course through this podcast. Plus… the tip of the week! Visit the show notes for links and more: KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/55.
Can you imagine being responsible for Emergency Management for the State of California? Dale Cox of the US Geological Services lives that reality every day. If you live on the West Coast (and even if you don’t), you’ll want to tune in to learn about the many hazards that Californians face.
In the Media Prepper Media Moment, host Carolyn Evans-Dean talks about a pandemic as we ramp up for flu season.
Join the Hostess of Your Preparation Station, Donna Miller with her special guest Tess Pennington. She wrote “A Prepper’s Cookbook” and is the owner of the website ReadyNutrition.com. Donna and Tess have a great time talking about food and of course prepping.
The previous four parts of WSMR have presented the physical science and physiological principles behind staying warm in winter. If you can keep all parts of your body warm, then winter and cold weather are not an issue. Once you know how things actually work you can find or build whatever you may need.
With all of this back ground, in today’s class and subsequent classes we will be applying this new understanding to take care of the body with proper clothing, nutrition, attitudes and practices. When properly executed there can be no suffering in the cold and cold injuries impossible.
We’ll explore where layering fits in the scheme of winter clothing, what their limits and problems are along with how to tune them up for best performance. The last third of the program will be on clothing evaluation to give you an idea of how to look at winter clothing with performance in mind and not just rely on slick ads, hangtags and well meaning salesmen expounding habits and traditions used in the winter.
Jim Phillips is a nationally known speaker and teacher who has professionally taught thousands of classes all across the United States for 40 years.
Jim is a strong advocate of self-reliance living and family preparedness. He developed an entire preparedness curriculum by asking himself the question “What if?” and then setting out to discover what actually does and does not work.
Jan and Bill Sterrett own Carolina Readiness Supply, and have a retail and on-line store that some would call a Prepper’s Shopping Paradise. If you are looking gift items for that prepper in your life (even if that prepper is YOU!) you should hear what Jan Sterrett has to say on the Secrets of a Survivalist Radio show. As a long time prepper and having run educational seminars, homesteading conferences and the like, Jan knows a little something about prepping.
Listen to her advice as she talks about bug-out bags, food supply, canning, lighting, water purification, the different ways to store food, as well as medical supplies and cooking! Carolina Readiness will give you advice, and customize your food storage, and bug out bags, specifically for your needs. Find out some tips and tricks, and find out how you can get gift certificates for that special someone prepping in your life!
Connie Nielsen, owner of LifeSprouts, located in Paradise UT (yes Toto, there is such a place!), explains how sprouting allows you to have fresh, healthy, wholesome, nutritious, and raw foods in your diet––and you can do it in a quart jar in your kitchen! No need to get dirt under your fingernails, you can grow your food conveniently on your countertop year-‘round.
LifeSprouts is also a resource for sprouting equipment, organic seeds, healthy seed mixes, and some of the best unprocessed honey you’ll ever taste! You can store enough veggies for years in your pantry!
Robert Griswold, proprietor of Ready Made Resources in Eastern Tennessee, shared his preparedness philosophy and demonstrated that he and his family don’t just sell preparedness products, they live the preparedness lifestyle.
Bob, his wife Roxanne, and their son operate the largest preparedness, emergency and disaster products store and business east of the Mississippi River. Bob wants all their customer to plan, prepare, and preserve––and Ready Made Resources has knowledgeable and friendly staff eager to answer any technical questions about their products, assist with customer service issues or develop a plan to help preserve your family during the uncertain future.
Ready Made Resources carries a complete line of affordable preparedness products––everything from hand-powered grain mills, well pumps and water filters to long-term food storage, camping supplies and cold-weather gear. Check out their website for more than 4,000 preparedness items in more than 300 product categories! You’ll discover for yourself why their preparedness selection is unsurpassed!
Did you know adults and families can go to a camp at Turtle Island Preserve too? Wouldn’t you want to gain skills that have been lost for generations? Isn’t it time to get in touch with what it means to live life untethered from technology? Listen to this episode of Your Preparation Station to learn more.
If you heard them on this YPS Show last year, during the battle with local government bureaucracy which Eustace was having, you’ll want to tune in to hear the update and all that goes on in a place which YOU have helped rally to help!
Doctor Prepper interviews author Glen Tate about Book 7 of 299 Days, a ten-novel series. This fiction novel tells the story of Grant Matson, a family man & lawyer whose inner struggles awaken him to the fragility of society. As he secretly prepares for a worst-case scenario, he’s constantly concerned about his fears might require him to deal with real threats to his family. He often wonders if he is seeing what few others are anticipating. As the future unfolds, he recognizes that he is destined to be a leader in guiding a special group of people back to some level of normalcy.
In this episode of Keeping It Real: Urban Survival for the Real World I decided to put together three of my articles from Survival Quarterly Magazine to help guide you through the psychological, physiological and mental aspects of facing aggressive conflict.
Often times we focus years of our life into training physical self-defense techniques but almost ignore an equally important piece of any good self-defense plan, bringing our body and mindset into the plan.
With this episode I hope to get you started on the path of researching this important topic further and staging the most effective defensive plan possible.