While the SE US deals with a fuel crisis, Michigan's Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has given Canada one week to cease operating a pipeline that runs through Michigan, breaking a 44-year-old treaty. This would cause propane shortages in Michigan, and fuel shortages in Ontario and Quebec.
A State of Emergency is issued as chaos erupts at gas stations in the southeastern US due to a cyberattack shutting down pipelines supplying the area.
Area recon, applying prepping strategies, and constant neighborhood watch are good exercises - and not only in preparation for a big SHTF.
The most certain thing in life is the uncertain: change. If the past year has taught us nothing else, it reinforced how quickly things can change and how much resiliency matters.
Check out this guide to the dirty truth about starting to homestead - it's a real-deal guide to food production for anyone, anywhere.
Sustainable agriculture and responsible land stewardship are the answer to global food insecurity, not dousing our planet with more chemicals.
If you think censorship is bad now, just wait. China's President has vowed to take control of the ENTIRE WORLD'S internet to influence opinions and spread communism.
The government seems prepared to remove all pretense of privacy, considering outside firms to track "extremist" chatter by American citizens online. Is that constitutional? And does it matter? They're just "extremists."
Creating a self-sufficient garden is a resilience necessity for the day we can no longer rely on storebought seeds, fertilizers, and other components.
There are four different levels of disasters, from personal emergencies to full-on SHTF end-of-the-world stuff. The good news is you can prep for each one.
Violent criminal gangs are running more than half of Venezuela and they're becoming more powerful every day that the SHTF continues.
While growing your own food is a very important part of a long-term self-reliance plan, there are some years that your garden just won't grow.
If Biden meets his rather convoluted Climate Goals, Americans may find it difficult or unaffordable to eat red meat, heat and cool their homes, or buy non-electric cars.
If you were starting to relax, hoping that the pandemic was winding down, don't get too comfortable. Another epic catastrophe is headed our way as the American West faces a megadrought.
If you think the effects of the Covid pandemic destroyed our society, imagine the response if a worse, more deadly pandemic occurred. Would people even take it seriously? Could our economy and civilization handle another plague?
These simple yet essential homestead machines will reduce your physical workload when the SHTF.