TweetToday on The Survival Podcast I take your calls on a special firearms edition of the Listener Call in show. Today we discuss reloading, carry guns, tactical rifles, surplus rifles, training and
Enjoy this episode? Become a Patron. Today is the discussion recorded live at The Riverside Project outside of Charles Town, West Virginia. My guests are Nicole Luttrell of Deeply Rooted Design, Jesse
TweetJason Hanson is the author of SPY SECRETS THAT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE: A Former CIA Officer Reveals Safety and Survival Techniques to Keep You and Your Family Protected. Jason is a former CIA offic
Whether boiling water bath canning or pressure canning let's be safe. Learn how to avoid common home canning mistakes. And news flash! The USDA recently (June 2015) approved steam canning! Steam can
How can you a lot mistakes and wasting valuable resources by overproducing a crop, and the inverse of that, not producing enough? Good record keeping. Records on the farm are extremely valuable. When
TweetToday we are going to do a back to basics show. Simple stuff that we all need reminding about day to day in order to stay sharp. This is also the exact type of information to give to people new &
TweetToday on the Survival Podcast I take your emails on figs, business, podcasting, ducks, education, getting shit done and more. Make sure if you submit content for a feedback show that you put some
Is there a place for permaculture principles in a bio-intensive approach to successful ( and profitable) small-scale vegetable production? For more than a decade Jean-Martin and his wife have been mak
Psychosynthesis practitioners Keith Hackwood and Mark Jones talk about people care and view permaculture from a soul perspective. Part 1 of a 2 part conversation. Keith Hackwood: http://www.keithhack
Part of a set of podcasts where Paul and Jocelyn are in Oregon. They've been discussing a number of things with Erica Houck and are now addressing a number of questions. Part two begins with a discuss
Stephanie and Jerome talk invasive species with Tao Orion, author of Beyond the War on Invasive Species.
Stephanie and Jerome do this month's show on-location at CRMPI. Guests: Beth Quist, Natalie Rae and Avery Ellis.
This month features teachers and students who are participating in a permaculture workshop.
Katrina Blair, author of The Wild Wisdom of Weeds, is this month's guest.
Stephanie Syson reports on-location from 'Seed School' in Idaho with special guests.
Join Stephanie and Jerome as they interview locals Michael Thompson and Jock Jacober to discuss the barter and gift economy that exists here in the Roaring Fork Valley.
Jerome and Stephanie talk with Bill McDorman and Belle Starr. Co-founders of the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance, Bill and Belle are dedicated to educating communities about the value of seed saving as