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Giveaway: Win a Gatt-Gen G-Micro PSL Stove Featured

Thursday, 12 September 2013 06:00 Written by
Published in Alternative Energy
This month, in conjunction with Gatt-Gen, Prepper Link will be giving one lucky reader a G-MICRO PSL Personal Wax Fueled Stove & Light! 

Free and Low-Cost Preparations Available in Autumn

Monday, 19 August 2013 00:00 Written by
Published in Getting Started
Wherever we are, there are almost always tasks for homeowners to accomplish in autumn. Even if you rent or own a condo or townhouse, there are ways to benefit from those tasks. Additionally, autumn offers opportunities related to its iconic holidays and the turning of seasons allows us to ear…

Survival Fishing Equipment and Supplies

Tuesday, 30 July 2013 22:20 Written by
Published in Food
As stated in our previous fishing article, I have nearly 30 years of fishing experience, and have invested way too much money in fishing equipment. Fishing competitively, I have picked up a wealth of experience over the years. But, there is a big difference between fishing Bass tournaments, and fishing…

Top 5 Reasons Why People Do Not Catch Fish

Tuesday, 30 July 2013 22:04 Written by
Published in Food
I have 30 years of fishing experience. My father taught me how to fish, and his father taught him. My children have been fishing since they were a year old. For most Americans, fishing is one of those family traditions that is passed down from generation to generation; whether an…
The common cold is the onset of systems breakdown, the weakening of the immune system due to lack of nutritional supplementation overall, poor diet, and/or hygiene practices (but not limited to). A few symptoms of the common cold can be recognized as a disorder of the respiratory tract also caused…

Perimeter Security: Trip Wire Alarms (Part IV)

Tuesday, 23 July 2013 00:00 Written by
Published in Shelter
In previous discussions, we’ve talked about encouraging an intruder to a specific area where he can be observed, and how we’re going to slow him down once he gets to the gaps we’ve created. At this point, according to the laid-out plan in parts I-III, you’re going to hit the…

Perimeter Security: Stumble Wire (Part III)

Saturday, 20 July 2013 00:00 Written by
Published in Shelter
In an earlier article, we discussed setting up multi-purpose fencing in various sized yards. In that fencing, whether a typical fence or an edible hedgerow, whether you make one exterior fence or two, you’re going to leave breaks and gaps where they can be observed. These breaks are where the…

Supplement: Top 10 Things to Accomplish

Wednesday, 17 July 2013 00:00 Written by
Published in Getting Started
Given the recent influx of Prepper Link Members that are new to Prepping, we wanted to create a supplemental guide to our Top 10 Things to Accomplish article. When you are new to prepping, everything becomes a little too overwhelming. I wish I could tell you the “lost” feeling changes over time,…

Survival Networks, Mission Statement, and Bylaws

Thursday, 15 August 2013 00:00 Written by
Published in Getting Started
Most Preppers believe that there is strength in numbers, and while I agree, I believe most are not measuring their individual, family, or group strength correctly. While, the average type-A personality Prepper attributes strength as physical strength, or the number of able bodied gun-slingers and the quantity of weapons and…

Kerosene - A “Bug In” Fuel Source

Friday, 12 July 2013 00:00 Written by
Published in Getting Started
In a short to medium term disaster, where there has been damage to the fuel or energy infrastructure, you may find yourself sitting on a food stockpile with no way to cook or boil water for sanitation purposes. You may also find yourself unable to heat your home if your…

Transportation: Vehicle Recovery and Gear (Part III)

Wednesday, 10 July 2013 00:00 Written by
Published in Getting Started
In our first two articles, Part I: Vehicle Specific Items and Part II: Vehicle Tool Kit Checklist, we addressed items needed for basic maintenance and repairs and the tools necessary for basic maintenance and repairs. This article, Recovery Gear (Part III), will address self-recovery. We use the term self-recovery to…

Transportation: Tools and Expendables (Part II)

Monday, 08 July 2013 00:00 Written by
Published in Getting Started
This is Part II of our vehicle series. In Part I: Vehicle Specific Items, we addressed the items that you should have in your vehicle or stored at your residence, for emergency purposes. This article will address the minimal tools and expendables, and some add-on tools and expendables that you…

Transportation: Vehicle Required Items (Part I)

Friday, 05 July 2013 23:14 Written by
Published in Getting Started
Always having what you need, when you need it, is a philosophy that Preppers live by. However, it is easy to get lost in all of the “requirements”, and we take some things for granted that should be common sense. At the core of our survival plan is transportation; regardless…

The Main Differences Between Freeze-Dried & Dehydrated Food

Monday, 03 June 2013 21:34 Written by
Published in Food
Don’t know the difference between freeze-dried and dehydrated food? That’s okay, we are here to help, and you are not alone. Many people aren’t aware of the differences and similarities between the two. It is important to be educated on this if you are going to be storing either in…

Perimeter Security: Multi-Layered Fencing and Alerts (Part II)

Thursday, 23 May 2013 03:00 Written by
Published in Shelter
There are a lot of things that can be done to improve existing security around a home. Some of it can be done now without garnering the wrath of neighbors and the Home Owners Association (HOA). However, further hardening the perimeter will probably have to wait. Ideally, we would all…
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