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Monday, April 19, 2010

Fun Files For Monday!

I really appreciate your participation in the poll to the right. I now have a good idea of what you'd like to see and in what percentage, so I'll try and balance the files I find and post links to, and not just keep it confined to things to help you create chaos and mayhem.

But before we go to the books available for download, I'd like you to visit A-Z Bushcraft. There are videos available for you to watch online that give you some good, easy to remember tips that may help you survive should you become stranded.

First is a text on how to grow crops without using endosulfan. It has good tips that will help anyone who is looking to minimize the effects of insects, especially mites, without having to resort to an extremely toxic pesticide. These tips can be used anywhere and not just where endosulfan was used in the past.

How To Grow Crops Without Endosulfan and Pesticides.

Next is a book that is nearly 100 years old. It is centered around building devices to be used around the farm. It could come in handy should access to modern powered equipment become restricted due to a fuel crisis or other event.

Handy Farm Devices And How To Make Them.

Everybody has to eat. The question is what do you do with the stuff that comes out the other end of people. The answer can be found right here, in this book:

The Humanure Handbook: A Guide To Composting Human Manure

The Mormons have long been looked to as a prime source for information for long term preservation of foods.

The LDS Preparedness Manual

And finally, "The 'Bible' for emergency prep and survival, plus green and healthy living". That's right, its:

When Technology Fails: A Manual For Self Reliance and Planetary Survival