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This is a double feature. First up, in the continuing discussion about urban survival and preparedness, Sam Coffman and Paul Range move out of the subject of food and into the subjects of shelter, security and transportation. In this segment, they discuss the concept of shelter and security, and how the two are linked. Some of the topics include:
In an urban disaster, should you stay put or "bug out?" What are some of the deciding factors in that decision?
What are some of your best security assets?
What things can you do on a budget, to maximize the security of your domicile during an urban disaster?
This discussion will be divided up into several podcasts. Stay tuned for the next installment tomorrow!
In the second episode, "Homesteading and Simple Living"
Alcoces has been taking classes at The Human Path for the past few years. His experience in classes runs the whole gamut - from primitive and urban core basic to herbology to permaculture/homesteading, land navigation, level 1 core classes and more.
your own homestead: how building community and security is a necessity. Doing it alone simply isn't enough.
building the home stores: couponing and how it works to save money.
how to stack coupons
how to navigate coupon websites
the etiquette of saving money through couponing
It's good to talk.