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Self-Reliant Living by Safe Harbor Alliance, hosted by Jim Phillips.

Hour 1
Guest:  Matthew Stein, author of When Technology Fails  
When Technology Fails

Hour 2

MT Guest: Carol Deppe, author of The Resilient Gardener Becoming a Resilient Gardener for Uncertain Times Most people understand that preparing for the future will include some form of gardening. Unfortunately, most gardening books, classes, and peoples gardening experience is with hobby gardens, or, as Carol Deppe describes them, “good-times gardens.” Should the time come when eating or not eating and thriving or not surviving depends on what you and those around you produce, you’ll want to hear what the author of The Resilient Gardener has to say. Jim categories this book as a must-have for your library that you must read and gain experience with now.

Hour 3

Guest: Fred Bohman Skills, Attitudes, Tools, and Experience Needed to Live Well Discuss the skills, attitudes, tools and preparatory living experiences that can assist you in facing the most difficult situations. Learn what to know, accumulate, and practice daily to look forward to the future with hope, confidence, and a sense of accomplishment. When we look at what it takes to thrive in a worst-case scenario, it is not about gloom, doom,and gut-wrenching fear, but just the opposite. If you are prepared for the worst, then no matter what happens it will be an adventure. Dr. Fred Bohman loves learning something new every day. He speaks fluent Spanish and has lived and worked in 27 countries, including Switzerland and Mexico as well as countries in Central and South America. As one of the first Peace Corp Volunteers in Central America during the mid-1960s, he worked developing community agricultural and educational programs.
 

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