Jim Cobb has worked in the investigation and security fields for more than 20 years and has been a survivalist most of his life. He is a Survival expert, author, blogger, and an active Prepper/Survivalist for more than 30 years. He has been a licensed private investigator for more than 15 years. He is happily married with three children, living in the upper Midwest.
Countdown to Preparedness: The Prepper's 52-Week Course to Total Disaster Readiness, Author Jim Cobb[ 1:26:53 ]Play Now | Play in Popup | Download
Jim has 4 books currently in print:
Prepper’s Home Defense
The Prepper’s Complete Book of Disaster Readiness
Prepper’s Long-Term Survival Guide
Countdown to Preparedness
Jim has 2 more books in the final stages:
Urban Emergency Survival Plan (due out in October 2014)
Prepper’s Financial Guide (due out in February 2015)
Sharon Peterson of SimplyCanning.com discusses canning. What’s the difference between a water bath and pressure canning? How do I know which one to use? How long can I store canned food? Sharon cans everything from fruits and veggies, to the meat that her husband and sons bring home from hunting camp.
Is a Prepper Group for Me? What are the pros and cons to belonging to a group? How do I find or start a group? Is a group for everyone? Mark and Joyce discuss these questions and more on today’s show.
Mark A. Smith is an author, speaker, and lecturer. He’s worked for decades in the fields of safety, security, firefighting, emergency medical care, and hazardous materials handling. Mark has been a preparedness consultant since 2001 and is the owner of Southern Plains Consulting, an Oklahoma-based preparedness firm. He lives on a working farm and participates in cattle handling and care, as well as crop preparation and harvesting. Visit Mark’s website: SouthernPlainsConsulting.com
Mark brings these experiences in preparedness to his latest book, Preparedness: The Basics and Beyond.
Todd Walker is married to the lovely Dirt Road Girl and on this show, Todd talks about what his wife’s cancer taught them about prepping. We also try to figure out what’s most important: knowledge, skills or stuff, and, how bartering and relationships can save you in difficult times.
His website, Survival Sherpa, provides information about doing the stuff’ for self-reliance, preparedness, natural health, and functional fitness.