The privateers of the Crown have turned our food and water into subtle poisons, making us vulnerable in mind and body. Therefore it is essential to cultivate our own heirloom nutrition and our own healthful water.

Solar Panel Farm Yields 17,000 Tons Of Food Annually In The Worst Climates

Sundrop Farms is challenging traditional farming by producing food in the worst areas of the world.

How To Make a Dutch Bucket Filmed by my wife

How To Make a Dutch Bucket Filmed by my wife

Solar-Powered Floating Farm Could Produce 20 Tons Of Vegetables Daily

The future of farming is sustainable and not land-based.

IKEA Just Released Free Plans For A Sustainable Garden That Can Feed A Neighborhood

Learn how to build a spherical garden in 17 steps with this open source design provided by IKEA.

Britta Riley: A garden in my apartment

Britta Riley wanted to grow her own food (in her tiny apartment). So she and her friends developed a system for growing plants in discarded plastic bottles -- researching, testing and tweaking the system using social media, trying many variations at

Inexpensive new solar still ups water purification efficiency

In areas where clean water isn't easily accessible, solar stills can help purify available water that might be dirty or salty.

3D Printing Membranes Could Change Water Treatment As We Know It

3D printing has come a long way in the past few years. Printers that once could only produce thick plastic can now churn out flexible material, metal, and now even semi-permeable membranes.

Desert Farm Grows 17,000 Tons of Food without Soil, Pesticides, Fossil Fuels or Groundwater

Using coconut husks, 23,000 mirrors to reflect solar power, and desalinated water, Sundrop Farms situated in Port Augusta - a desert area in Australian - works agricultural voodoo. Without resorting to pesticides, needing to rely on rainfall, or



Tales from Beekeeping: My Expectations vs. the Reality

It has almost been a full year that I have been a beekeeper. It has been a fun and fascinating adventure.

New Solar Panels Pull Drinking Water From The Air Because Clean Water Is A Human Right

These solar panels are seriously changing the game for both tap water and clean energy.

Surviving in the Wild: 19 Common Edible Plants

So you're stranded in the wilderness. You consumed the last nub of your Clif Bar two days ago, and now you're feeling famished.

Deadly infections from medical devices could be ended by using Manuka honey

(NaturalNews) Manuka honey is a unique and highly beneficial type of honey produced in Australia and New Zealand by bees that pollinate the Manuka bush, also known as tea tree. Recently touted as a superfood, Manuka honey has been used by indigenous

Ocean fish farming could commercialize in 2018

InnovaSea Systems has raised $15 million to develop an all-in-one system for farming fish in the open ocean. They plan to bring the product to market in 2018. They will test its technology at fish farms in Panama and Mexico.

This new solar-powered device can pull water straight from the desert air

You can't squeeze blood from a stone, but wringing water from the desert sky is now possible, thanks to a new spongelike device that uses sunlight to suck water vapor from air, even in low humidity.

This Solar-Powered Device Sucks Drinking Water Out of Thin Air

This could benefit people in arid climates and water-starved regions.

Organic seed market explodes, sales predicted to hit $5.4B by 2024

(Natural News) It wasn't too long ago that organic food was considered to be a luxury. Its high prices made it something that only the most devout health nuts and those with deeper pockets were willing to shell out for.

20 Strategies and Tips for Creating a Rainwater Catchment System

Living in the desert has taught me not to take water for granted. Unlike the Pacific Northwest, I am not footsteps away from streams, ponds, or a vast sea just waiting for me to collect and purify for personal use.

Graphene sieve turns seawater into drinking water

Graphene-oxide membranes have attracted considerable attention as promising candidates for new filtration technologies. Now the much sought-after development of making membranes capable of sieving common salts has been achieved.

Refillable vest offers last-mile wearable transport for clean water

While water scarcity gets a lot of attention, simply transporting this vital resource is in itself a huge dilemma.

Ikea's Hydroponic System Allows You to Grow Vegetables All Year Without a Garden

Ikea's indoor garden system is the perfect option for those who wish to grow their own food all year round but don't have the garden space to be able to do it. Ikea's indoor hydroponic garden allows anyone to grow fresh produce at home without

10 Reasons to Own A Himalayan Salt Block & How To Use It

You've probably heard about some of the magical things a Himalayan salt LAMP can do for you. But have you heard of the wonders of the Himalayan pink salt block? Or perhaps the idea of cooking on a big brick of sunset-hued crystal is totally new to

Floating farm of the future to produce 20 tons of vegetables a day

(Natural News) There is a massive problem threatening mankind's future: The Earth's population continues to grow at an unprecedented rate, and our food supply is simply not keeping pace. The total number of people on the planet is expected to rea

Demand for organic food creating new "gold rush" for producers

(Natural News) The demand for organic food has grown so dramatically in recent years that experts are likening it to a "gold rush mentality," as producers scramble to transition their fields to earn organic certification.

Regenerative Villages That Produce Their Own Food And Energy Set To Roll Out In 2018

Off-grid housing that actually works for families is hard to come by, but that's what ReGen Villages is striving towards with their concept for new self-sustaining communities.

How to Start a Fire in the Rain: An Illustrated Guide

Knowing how to start a fire is one thing; knowing how to do it in the rain is a whole other. Whether you're a frequent camper, or an avid hiker, it's an important skill to have.

Aid Innovation Challenge - Finalists announced

Access to clean water may be a basic human right but people caught in a humanitarian crisis often have to forego this

Kolbrin Chpt 6 Dadam and Lewid

"Back in the dreamingtime, when the Great Gods strove among themselves for dominion of the skyspaces, and the wide expanse of Earth was rent apart by unearthly wildfire, Bemotha was cut apart by the bright arrows of Shemas. Then this land was given

20 Strategies and Tips for Creating a Rainwater Catchment System

Living in the desert has taught me not to take water for granted. Unlike the Pacific Northwest, I am not footsteps away from streams, ponds, or a vast sea just waiting for me to collect and purify for personal use.

Coast Guard to Congress: Don't Move Us to Pentagon

The U.S. Coast Guard is happy to be part of the Homeland Security Department and doesn't see a need to reorganize under the Defense Department, an official said.

A 'bionic leaf' could help feed the world by generating fertilizer from bacteria

In the second half of the 20th century, the mass use of fertilizer was part of an agricultural boom called the "green revolution" that was largely credited with averting a global food crisis.

How to Make Your Own Sausage

Making sausage yourself truly has become a lost art. Most people are satisfied to pick up a pack of Kielbasa from their local store and stick to those flavors as opposed to creating their very own flavor profiles.

Which Countries Have Fluoride In Their Water - And What Science Says About it

The map above illustrates all of the countries in the world that have fluoride in their water, either naturally or unnaturally, as well as the countries that choose not to fluoridate their water. Water fluoridation has turned into one of the world'

Study: Potatoes can grow on Mars

"It was a pleasant surprise to see that potatoes we've bred to tolerate abiotic stress were able to produce tubers in this soil," researcher Julio Valdivia-Silva said.

This Guy Is Building a Sustainable Martian Habitat in His Backyard

Early last year, Jeff Raymond was hit with an epiphany. Despite enjoying the benefits of agricultural developments, he and his wife came to realize they weren't doing anything to contribute to sustainable agriculture themselves.

Lab grown meat prices have dropped 30,000 times in less than four years and ---

---are about 3-4 times more expensive than regular ground beef

Morgan Irons is Running Her Own Martian Farming Experiment

"We want to help with human expansion into deep spaces on Earth, Mars, and beyond."

Bowl-Shaped Roofs Harvest Rainwater To Naturally Cool Homes In Arid Environments

This intriguing concept collects rainwater and cools homes in desertic climates.

ULTIMATE BugOut Bag Part I

In this episode we cover the contents of my Bug Out Bag. This is a two part series. Please like, share, and subscribe.


Online retail giant granted patent for astonishing blimp which can carry a vast fleet of robotic flying vehicles

New App Aims To Be The "Shazam" For Plants By Identifying Species With Just A Photo

This app is quickly becoming the go-to for identifying plants in the wild.

Should Preppers Be Vegetarian? - Tarrin It Up

Is it a good idea to have livestock in a SHTF scenario? We examine the true cost of keeping animals compared to just growing vegetables.

How To Grow Shitake Mushrooms At Home

In this video I interview John from Catskill Fungi about how to grow exotic Shitake mushrooms at home.

Election Chaos Fears Have Preppers Stockpiling Survival Food

In case of an election night Doomsday, preppers are running up sales of emergency survival food.

How To Make A 45 Pound PVC Slingbow for $5 Zommbie Defence , fishing , compact

This video shows you how to easly make a 45 pound slingbow for less than $5

Sling Bow Final Modification How To

As you can see this is my original idea and design from 2009 we have since molded a rest for this purpose in which we own the design patent, we are currently waiting on Utility Patent Approval

12 simple cooking hacks everyone should know

If you're an amateur in the kitchen, meal preparation can be a slow process. But there are plenty of hacks that can make the process faster and more efficient.

How To: Make A Seed Bomb And Transform Your Local Community

Seed bombs allow activists to sporadically plant fruits, vegetables, and flowers for community members to utilize.