A recently released report that took four decades to complete has shown that organic farming produced 40 percent more yields during stressful drought periods compared to conventional farming. Continue reading
In today’s Situation Update podcast (below), we discuss how events are being engineered in order to manufacture consent among the oblivious masses who will end up begging for FEMA camps to save them from starvation. Continue reading
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Something nefarious appears to be going on with the world’s water supplies as lakes and rivers seemingly everywhere dry up due to drought, in some cases, but for unknown reasons in others. Continue reading
Watch the video below for tips on urban and suburban foraging and community gardening.
When disaster strikes, foraging can be a lifesaver, especially if you know about edible and medicinal plants. Continue reading
Southern California’s Castaic Reservoir in Hollywood, which feeds much of Los Angeles County, is dropping like a rock amid a prolonged California drought that is starving the region of hydration.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, now there’s a “barge-pocalypse” unfolding that you might find rather disturbing. This is a problem with massive global implications that very few people saw coming because barges don’t exactly attract a lot of attention. But they are critical for efficient transportation of crops and coal, and when the barges stop running, the world is in serious trouble. Continue reading
This is a long overdue tour of our quarantine garden project. We used the time at home to turn our overgrown “lawn” into a massive garden and the start of a food forest that is providing tons of food and exotic fruits! I hope you enjoy the garden and have a lovely day! Thanks for watching! Continue reading
On September 25, 2022, the largest fresh produce market in Paris, France was suddenly engulfed in flames. According to journalists on the scene, the fire covered approximately 7,000 square meters at its peak. The smoke was visible for miles. Over one hundred firefighters were deployed to control the fire. Continue reading
The devastation of Hurricane Ian has implications far beyond Florida itself. One of the largest fertilizer companies in the world, Mosaic, is located right in the devastation path of Ian, which lingered for over 12 hours in Central Florida, dropping actual feet of rain in some areas, causing widespread flooding and infrastructure damage. That, combined with the sustained hurricane-force winds, ripped some communities to shreds and left almost no structure standing in certain areas. Continue reading
Europe’s economy, currencies and industries are in free fall, plunging toward “economic wasteland” status that’s less than a year away if natural gas supplies from Russia aren’t quickly restored. That’s the conclusion of numerous experts who have spoken to Natural News over the last two weeks, including war correspondent Michael Yon, Finnish economist Tuomas Malinen, global agricultural trends researcher David Dubyne, and Italian-American author Leo Zagami. Continue reading
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Tune your internet survival frequency to Preparedness.news for updates on buying the right supplies for emergencies and being ready for more inflation and more supply chain issues. Now here’s a handy indoor gardening 101 instructional video that’s a must see. Check it out. Continue reading