Everything Preppers Need to Know About Going Off the Grid
If you haven’t heard about the Off the Grid Super Stack, you’ll be glad to read this post. It’s an amazing collection that provides you with just about everything you need to know about prepping, food preservation, surviving in the wilderness, and going off the grid.
Today is the LAST DAY for this awesome bundle.
To learn more about it, go here.
To learn my thoughts about it, read on.
The online courses being offered in this bundle are pretty amazing. There are 9 in total.
I think the most intriguing one to me is called “How to Build Your Own Off-Grid Solar and Wind Electrical System.” It helps you to calculate how much energy you’re going to need, how to choose & install photovoltaic panels and wind turbines, and even contains plans and wiring diagrams.
The other course that really caught my eye is called “Going Off the Grid: The How-To Book of Simple Living and Happiness.” This one talks about all things off-grid, from power to water to sewage and even internet access.
There’s also a wilderness survival course for beginners, a course called The 12 Pillars of Survival, a foraging course or beginners, a food storage masterclass, a class on canning, and even a course on how to knit your own socks. You can learn to make a cob-style rocket heater and you can also learn about how to get started with permaculture, which is an invaluable source of long-term food.Buy Now
I’m honored to say that one of my own books is in this collection, The Prepper’s Workbook. There are some great books on gardening, including The High Powered Garden, which will help you get more food from less land, and a book called Prepper Gardening, which will help you provide for your family if there is no grocery store.
As well, there’s a wide variety of diverse knowledge, including a family survival guide, a guide to urban survival, how to make hot process soap, how to tan hides, how to tie some very useful knots, and a book that will answer all your most urgent canning questions.
An especially interesting one to me is how to safely place guns, ammo, and other survival gear in a cache to stay hidden until you need it. Another one you won’t want to miss is called “Holding Your Ground,” an essential guide to protecting and defending your home or your bugout location.
I also liked the book about how members of the preparedness community can make a little extra money with microbusinesses.Buy Now
With the purchase of this super-stack, you’ll get a one-year membership to the Survivalist Prepper Academy, where you can take advantage of online preparedness courses, weekly preparedness tutorials, and wholesale prices on preparedness supplies
And don’t forget the software for the rainwater harvesting calculator! Learn how much water you must harvest and store for your family – you’ll have lifetime access to this. You will also be offered some really great deals on preparedness supplies and survival gear.Buy Now
The Value vs. What You’ll Actually Pay for All This
This is a really amazing bundle, and I’ve personally never seen anything like it. If you paid retail for all of these items, you’d pay almost $700. But if you grab it now, it’s yours for just $49. You will gain a random assortment of skills and brilliant plans that will see you through just about anything.
This is a steal of a deal and it’s only good through Tuesday, Sept. 17. I strongly recommend the Off the Grid Super Stack and if for some reason you aren’t happy with it, there’s no risk – you can get a refund within 60 days, no questions asked.Buy Now
Remember: after today, it’s gone forever!
About the Author
Daisy Luther is a coffee-swigging, gun-toting blogger who writes about current events, preparedness, frugality, voluntaryism, and the pursuit of liberty on her website, The Organic Prepper. She is widely republished across alternative media and she curates all the most important news links on her aggregate site, PreppersDailyNews.com. Daisy is the best-selling author of 4 books and lives in the mountains of Virginia with her two daughters and an ever-growing menagerie. You can find her on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.