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Saturday, December 31st, 2011 2012 Survival 1 Comment

How To Build a Rolling Composter for CHEAP

This is an update of THE cheapest rolling composter ever. Get usable compost in 4 months instead of a year! Take a food grade barrel with a removable lid, drill holes in the sides and bottom, and start composting. It’s easy to use, just add 50% brown (dry) and 50% green (wet) organic matter and roll it a few times a week. Don’t fill it over 75% and it’ll never be to heavy to handle. Though not as good as worm composters, rolling, or tumbling composters are the fastest way to turn lawn clippings, food scraps, plant matter, leaves and twigs into black, organic, inert compost. Biointensive, or square-foot gardening requires at least one if not several composters. That way the external input will be minimized leading toward greater self-sufficiency. Which is another excellent use for rolling composters. Forget bins and files, they take way too long-usually over a year. And you have to “turn” the organic matter with a pitch fork or shovel. With a rolling composter, you can cut that time down to 3-4 months. Rolling composters are especially good in urban survival situations, or bugging in. The compliment rain barrels perfectly. Turn that lawn in a prize-winning Victory garden with a rolling compost tumbler and a rainbarrel!

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Sunday, September 12th, 2010 Prepper Survival 13 Comments

Survival System (Home Part 2) Communication & First Aid

This is part 2 of my video series on my survival system. This part of the series consists of some of my supplies for home survival. Of course these supplies are ever developing and evolving. Supplies can be added and/or taken away every day. How you assemble your kit is based on what you feel you need to survive for the long term in a devastating situation. This group of supplies is designed to be stationary and remain in the home for use. These are not designed for portability. This is for sticking it out in the homestead. Comments or suggestions are always welcome. 🙂

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Sunday, May 16th, 2010 2012 Survival 6 Comments

Survival System (Home Part 3) Biohazard Suits, Pharmacy, & Weapons

This is part 3 of my video series on my survival system. This part of the series consists of some of my supplies for home survival. Of course these supplies are ever developing and evolving. Supplies can be added and/or taken away every day. How you assemble your kit is based on what you feel you need to survive for the long term in a devastating situation. This group of supplies is designed to be stationary and remain in the home for use. These are not designed for portability. This is for sticking it out in the homestead. Comments or suggestions are always welcome. 🙂

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Saturday, May 1st, 2010 2012 Survival 25 Comments