52 Prepper Projects: A Project a Week to Help You Prepare for the Unpredictable
DescriptionAre you and your family self-reliant? Are you prepared for fire, flood, or civil unrest? If not, here are projects to help you preserve food, make your own tools, build a generator, keep a bee hive, grow your own food, and more. Everyone begins somewhere, especially with disaster preparedness. In 52 Prepper's Projects, you'll find a project for every week of the year, designed to start you off with the foundations of disaster preparedness and taking you through a variety of projects that will increase your knowledge in self-reliance and help you acquire the actual know-how to prepare for anything. Project include:
- Bug Out Bag
- Mason Jar Vacuum Sealer
- Food Dehydration
- Liquid Laundry Soap
- Wheat Grinding
- Making a Top Bar Bee Hive
- Homemade Jerky
- Tire Planters
- Making Soft Curd Cheese from Powdered Milk
- And dozens more!
Self-reliance isn't about building a bunker and waiting for the end of the world. It's about understanding the necessities in life and gaining the knowledge and skill sets that will make you better prepared for whatever life throws your way. 52 Prepper's Projects is the ultimate instructional guide to preparedness, and a must-have book for those with their eye on the future.
November 06, 2013
6.0 X 0.7 X 8.9 inches | 1.1 pounds
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About the Author
David Nash has been in the firearms industry his entire life. After his service in the US Marines, he began work with the Tennessee Department of Correction where he gained certification as both an NRA instructor and agency firearm instructor. He is currently an NRA training counselor and works as a correctional academy instructor. Nash lives in middle Tennessee with his wife Genny, his young son William Tell, and a pretty smart dog.