What a great resource for ATS survival ?

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posted on Sep, 5 2009 @ 11:27 PM
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Well I stumbled upon this web site and found it to be an excellent resource that covers allot of what we look for here in the survival forum.
Have you found a great general resource you would like to share ?

Pioneer Living
It's also an online magazine,repository and has local links to the Preppers network.
They are linked by State,Province and Country (Canada & US)
Pioneer living


Prepper.org is a public information site for those who wish:
to learn about what preppers are
and to learn about the prepper movement,
to promote the prepper networks and their supporters

Preppers

I think the information will help build and provide resource materials for us here at ATS.

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posted on Sep, 5 2009 @ 11:30 PM
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That looks like a great site..everything from soap making to washing on a washboard..

Thank-You..a very valuable resource indeed.




posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 01:10 AM
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Thank you for the post.
We will all need those skills in the near future.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 03:33 PM
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Have you been looking into alternative energy ?

Here another great source for information...

Alternative Energy
Alternative energy news and information resources about renewable energy technologies
Alternative Energy

Up to date information in regards to all forms of alternative energy.
Talk about a great source for ATS'ers.
With this source we can truly keep up with all the innovations,and generate
exploration,dialog with an ATS survival twist.

Alternative Energy also maintains a group at Instructables dot com.

Want to learn to make and use a solar cooker ?
How about a S.P.R.E.E. (Solar Photovoltaic Renewable Electron Encapsulator)
a Compact, Durable, and Portable Solar Energy Generator
Instructables.com
Document your efforts in making these projects, upload it to MATS and be a star !
LOL sorry....
Have a great general resource of your own ?

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posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 12:17 PM
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Blueprint Plans For Miscellaneous Projects



Need To Build Something ?

PLANT PROPAGATION UNIT ?
RABBIT HUTCHES ?
FRUIT DRIER ?
SOLAR BEESWAX EXTRACTOR ?
12" LOOM ?
FALLOUT SHELTER ?

PDF's of Blueprints

All are in PDF format and free.



posted on Sep, 11 2009 @ 01:11 PM
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Here's a few interesting sites.


~Emergency Supplies~




“Helping People Prepare…for over 20 years. Offering Food Storage, Emergency Kits, Water Filtration, First Aid, MRE (Meals Ready to Eat), Survival Kits, Camping Gear, disaster preparedness and more! We are committed to serving you with over 900 products!"

Emergency Essentials



With over 30 years in the emergency preparedness business we are your one stop for all emergency supplies. We carry a full line of 72 hr kits, 1st Aid supplies, Bulk survival foods, EMT/EMS trauma kits, Car Emergency Kits, Safety Gear, Burn kits, and more.

Always Be Prepared .com


~Solar Energy~



Solarbuzz.com
Great place for news about solar energy


ACCESS-Solarbuzz Research Reports and Consultancy Services
FOLLOW-Global Solar Market and Supply Developments
CONNECT-to Solar Energy Companies Worldwide

Solarbuzz



posted on Sep, 11 2009 @ 01:34 PM
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Survival Video's

Talk about a great YouTube channel !!!
Has a great list of survival tutorials !!!

P.A.W productions was formed in order to motivate and challenge people to be better prepared. Our movies are made to make you think through and explore the many options that are available to preparedness minded folks these days. We keep our movies simple, to the point and on a level that will help everyone from the new "prepper" to the seasoned survivalist!




YouTube-delta69alpha

P.A.W productions


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posted on Sep, 11 2009 @ 01:52 PM
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My Favorites are:

1. Frugal's Forums:

Requires free registration to view forums but wow are they packed with everything you need to know. From homesteading how-tos to farming/gardening to firearms and blades to patriot alerts and so much more. I am on at least once a day and never can get through all the information. The How To Photo Gallery is my favorite. Pic by pic on slaughtering animals, setting game traps, cooking, making ovens and tools, raising animals, etc. It's just too much good stuff.



2. Homesteading Today:

Covers all the farming/gardening/animal raising and care as well as basic homesteading info like food preservation, soapmaking, beekeeping, sewing/quilting, barter, alt energy, alt healthcare, etc as well as a section on emergency and survival.



There are a couple of others somewhere in my bookmarks, but those 2 pretty much cover everything that is elsewhere, consolidated in 2 easy links.



posted on Sep, 11 2009 @ 02:26 PM
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Why thank you digger2381 your help is well appreciated. lol

Mother Earth News
Covers a wide variety of topics.
Has A News Letter,Magazine, and RSS feed.



DO IT YOURSELF
RENEWABLE ENERGY
GREEN HOMES
ORGANIC GARDENING
NATURAL HEALTH
GREEN TRANSPORTATION
NATURE & COMMUNITY
MODERN HOMESTEADING
SUSTAINABLE FARMING
REAL FOOD
LAND FOR SALE

Mother Earth News

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posted on Sep, 11 2009 @ 04:26 PM
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SURVIVAL VIDEO'S
another great Youtube Channel and Website

The Survival Report

How to's, video blogs on subjects relating to preparedness and survivalism. Check out the website at www.survivalreport.net


Great multi-part series on:
Bee Keeping
Survival Gardening
Solar Power
Fruit Trees

Survival Report Channel
The Survival Report Site
Survival Report Blog

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posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 04:50 PM
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Here are a few survival books and manuals that are very useful.

Survival, Evasion, and Recovery

U.S. Army Survival Manual

How to Build a Debris Hut

Basic Cold Weather Training (Canadian Army)

George Riggs Survival Book

All of the above are in PDF format..



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 10:45 PM
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And this is a link that goes to a huge page of info on everything from how to make vinegar, to how to keep eggs fresh for over a year.

Dr. Chase's recipe's


Edit to fix link

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posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 06:46 AM
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~Solar Projects~




Green Power Science


Green Power Science

Green Power Science is dedicated to the backyard scientist. Our belief is that some of the smartest people in the world discover the best things through trial and error IN THEIR OWN BACKYARDS OR GARAGES. We welcome all levels of creativity and hope you find the answers you are looking for.

OVER 140 VIDEOS!
Green Power Science-YouTube Channel



Build-It-Solar


The Renewable Energy site for Do-It-Yourselfers
Build It Solar Site

Plans, tools and information to do renewable energy and conservation projects.
Hundreds of projects -- from changing a light bulb to building a solar home.
Design information and tools for building renewable energy projects.
An Experimental section for backyard inventors.
Nothing For Sale here -- just free ideas, plans, and information.



Discover Solar Energy


Discover Solar Energy

A comprehensive resource of more than 9,000+ renewable energy links to relevant websites of individuals, governments and organizations. The links are cross-referenced to help homeowners, engineers, hobbyists, teachers and students find quick answers to issues relating to alternative energy.


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posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 10:43 AM
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I don't normally give a plug to any commercial magazines as I figure that one can always just browse the magazine racks to find what interests them.

This magazine I found in a hospital gift shop of all places, and am stunned at the information found within. This is not huge, nor is it filled with ad's from large companies, but information is where it shines. No electronics here, and no fancy ways of sprucing up your kitchen either, just solid advice and plans for building, well almost anything.

If you can find it near you, I would suggest giving it a read..well worth it in my opinion.

backwoodsman



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 11:44 AM
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Another great Youtube person is beast12101 who pretty much sums things up, however he tends to focus on gear and equipment more so than things like techniques, permaculture, gardening, etc.

And for the podcast fans the weekday show The Survival Podcast, which I am a huge fan of. Spirko has done a lot to help improve the image of Survivalists and Preppers in the media, and that is something anybody can appreciate, especially those of us who have been slighted for our thinking in the past.



posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 02:59 PM
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~PDF or Ebook search engines~



Pdf search

PDF database search engine

PDFXP.COM



posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 03:07 PM
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Great informative thread, UP..........

I will save this in bookmarks!



posted on Oct, 5 2009 @ 07:51 AM
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Thank you IA.
I hope you find this threads useful.

Living The Lifestyle



The Deliberate Agrarian
One Man's Ruminations About Faith, Family, and Livin' The Good Life


This blog is all about Faith, Family & Livin' The Good Life. If you explore the extensive archives (categories are listed below) you will discover a rich resource of down-to-earth inspiration & how-to information.


The Deliberate Agrarian

If you take the time to explore this blog you'll discover why it's here.
Great links as well.

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posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 12:01 AM
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Found a nice site that I think goes well in this thread.
www.buildanark.net...

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posted on Oct, 16 2009 @ 10:15 PM
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~Home Canning~



Are you interested in home canning but don't know where to start ?
Is it really that hard?
Where do I get supplies?

Homecanning.com

Get ready for one of the few simple pleasures in life. Home Canning. It's the perfect way to share your favorite tastes with family and loved ones. From a sassy salsa to award-winning chili, not to forget irresistible fruit jams, jellies, and whatnots


Canning local

Canning food in your own home is a safe and rewarding process that is becoming popular again as food prices soar and people realize they need to pay attention to securing their food supplies. Preserving food with home canning is an excellent way to increase your consumption of local food. Eating locally requires eating foods when they are in season, and canning allows you to capture the bounty of any particular crop in season and extend its availability throughout the year.


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