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Learn how to restore antique wood with very little work and bring the finish to like new appearance. http://www.thediyworld.com/articles/6/how-to-revive-old-antique-wood-and-furniture/
Read all about wild garlic and its health benefits: http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=902 Wild garlic has many health benefits and can help prevent cancer, cure the cold or flu and many others. Wild garlic can be found all across the US. It is especially abundant in the forests and lawns on the East Coast where it is treated as a weed.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?cat=612 Be prepared for any type of disaster or emergency. After the world has been recently hit with several horrible disasters, every single household should be thinking about a disaster plan.Each person should have a 3 to 7 day emergency kit to get you through until help arrives should any disaster come up.A bug out bag contains everything you need to get out of emergency areas and survival in relative comfort until the situation is clear.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=893 This is a review of the flint match popping up all over the internet selling as a survival starter. This little device costs as little as a dollar and can start multiple fires in an emergency situation. See the review.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=889 During the recent Do It Yourself World survival weekend we practiced using our survival food stash. Out in the field you need to know how to prepare meals with the food you take with you when you bug out.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=879 The acorn is a perfect survival food. The Indians used them heavily as a staple food source.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=862 Use a rain poncho or simple plastic tarp to make a shelter in 3 minutes with this easy idea.This shelter uses your backpack as support for the shelter itself. This protects the backpack from the weather as well as yourself.You can use a rain poncho or plastic tarp to make this simple easy up and easy down shelter. All you need are a couple pieces of rope or stakes.Carabiners on your backpack help fasten the poncho to your backpack faster.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=797 This is what you need to survive for a week during a disaster or emergency.Every single person should have an emergency plan and a survival kit with at least 3 to 7 days of food, water and other essentials. Fema recommends that you keep supplies on hand in case of emergency.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=847 Setting up the survival truck camper in the mountains during The Do It Yourself World survival training weekend. A small group of us simulated a bug out, head for the hills situation and went into the wilderness with only the gear that was packed inside the survival camper.We practiced outdoor and survival skills during the getaway weekend. We ate from our survival rations and learned many new skills.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=841 During The DIY World survival training weekend we simulated a SHTF scenario and headed into the wilderness to start a new life with only the gear that was stocked inside our survival camper.During our survival training we all learned new skills and shared ideas with one another. We also had a fire starting competition to see which fire starting method worked the best. See the results.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=841 During the Do It Yourself World survival weekend we learned various fire starting methods and had a fire starting competition. Follow our survival weekend and see what we learned.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=925 Setting up camp during the recent Do It Yourself World survival training weekend. During the survival weekend we simulated a bug out situation and headed into the mountains to start a new life.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?cat=644Demonstrating the MSR Dragonfly Stove during The Do It Yourself World survival training weekend. Read about our survival bug out training for SHTF scenarios on the link above.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?cat=644During The Do It Yourself World survival training weekend we went out on a bulk food shopping spree. We brought home a truck load of food, literally.Preppers should have at least a couple weeks worth of food put away for any sort of emergency. For complete breakdown you should have six months to a year food supply plus seeds to grow your own later.Read about the survival training weekend by following the link above.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?cat=644Read about The Do It Yourself World survival training weekend. We went out into the wilderness with nothing but our survival camper and the gear in it for a weekend. We simulated a bug out situation where we had to leave and begin a new life in the mountains.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=159Above is a link to the list of items you should consider having for survival.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=758Sheep sorrel is a healthy and refreshing herb you can find all over the US. It grows in forests, fields, meadows and back yards. Read more about sheep sorrel at the link above.
http://www.thediyworld.com/blog/?p=746Testing out a magnesium emergency fire starter. Read the full demonstration and review if you follow the link above.
http://www.theoffgridproject.comThe Off Grid Project is a series of experiments in off grid living based in the forest, far away from the power grid.