How To Heat Your House with a Greenhouse

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It’s a winter-time fact in most parts of the country: greenhouses, even those that might be attached to the house or garage, need some kind of heat source (of course, supplying appropriate light is equally important). My first, only partially realized, greenhouse up in the rain forests of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula needed heating just to keep the humidity down. But in most parts of the country, cold is the problem. You may have built your greenhouse with visions of supplying your family fresh, year-’round greens. But winter growth and germination are difficult when soil temperatures seldom climb out of the low 50 degree level. Sure you can use a heating mat to encourage germination. But even the hardiest green grows slowly — very slowly — when nighttime air temperatures plunge. [Read more…]

Official Statistics Say 20 Million People Could Starve In The Coming Months, And That Number Will Increase Radically And Exponentially. The Biosystems Of The Planet Are Imploding.”

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Being hungry means more than just missing a meal. It’s a debilitating crisis that has more than 700 million people in its grip.

Hunger is a perilous cycle that passes from one generation to the next: Families who struggle with chronic hunger and malnutrition consistently go without the nutrients their minds and bodies need, which then prevents them from being able to work, go to school, or improve their lives. [Read more…]

Many Simple Ideas To Do Yourself Root Cellar !

Root Cellar

The biggest challenge, at least for me, with gardening is preserving the harvest. It makes me sick to think of the amount of food I have let go to waste through not having these skills. Root cellaring is something I am looking at hard as it is a no impact way to store food. It uses the earth to maintain the freshness of the crops stored within. [Read more…]

Benjamin Fulford WARNING – US Military to Declare Martial Law as DOJ FBI Criminality Exposed

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The U.S. military government, known to the world as the administration of President Donald Trump, is about to declare martial law, Pentagon sources say. “The Cabal has been checkmated, as Trump is ready to federalize the National Guard in case of riots or civil unrest,” Pentagon sources say, adding that “FEMA camps will be used to house mass arrests, and Gitmo may house high-value targets while military tribunals will dispatch them swiftly.” [Read more…]

Nuclear War Survival Skills ( Planning and Preparing for Nuclear War )

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Planning and Preparing for Nuclear War

As you can see, coming through a nuclear emergency unscathed is unlikely to be accomplished by simple chance. You stand a much better chance of protecting yourself and your family if you are prepared and have a plan before hand. In addition to planning for a bomb shelter, you should plan for shortages. You can avoid problems with shortages by preparing ahead of time and keeping some basics on hand.

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Pioneer-Era Recipes That You Should Still Serve Up Today

Recipes

 

Pioneers canned and dried food as it ripened during the summer. Canning and drying kept foods from spoiling quickly. Many of the vegetables needet to be saved for the fall and winter months when fresh food was not available. Pioneers shelled and dried beans and peas. They then poured them into sacks. They set kernels of corn in the sun to dry. They hung strings of onion to dry. [Read more…]

Family Wraps Home in Greenhouse to Warm up Stockholm Weather

 Greenhouse

The average temperature in Stockholm in January is -3°C (27°F). For Marie Granmar and Charles Sacilotto it can be much warmer thanks to the greenhouse that blankets their home. [Read more…]

Preparing for the Worst The Golden Rule of Food Storage

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Preparing for the Worst is Half the Victory

All your survival food stores need to be stored in some sort of container that is easy to transport. Containers for food storage need to be strong, sturdy thick plastic and heavy-duty enough to withstand the rigors of the weight of the food and movement in the event of a bug-out. Use ones that have a sealed snap lid, that are water proof and have strong heavy-duty handles for carrying. Never use cardboard boxes, they don’t last long and if they get wet, oh well. [Read more…]