Prepper News Watch for April 25, 2016


Prepping and General Interest:

  1. Seek Compact XR (eXtended Range) Thermal Camera for Mobile Phones Review
  2. How to Identify and Use the Common Mullein for Natural Uses and Survival Situations
  3. How to Survive an Earthquake | Store This, Not That!
  4. How to Make a River Cane Fish Trap
  5. The Easy Way To DIY Rope And Cordage
  6. Simple Ant Control for Your Home
  7. How To Build A Small-Scale, Backyard Aquaponics System For Less Than $100
  8. Avoiding Errors in Your Radio Communication
  9. Mental Games to Improve Your Survivability
  10. Shhhh! OPSEC and COMSEC are Critical for Survival
  11. 5 Cordage for Your Bug-Out Bag
  12. Is Catching Fish with Your Bare Hands the Ultimate Survival Angling?
  13. Cleaning Necrotic Wounds
  14. Water Pasteurization: What We Know
  15. VIDEO: Active Shooter Bleeding Control Kit in Action
  16. 5 Ways to Prepare Children for an Earthquake | Store This, Not That!
  17. How To Slaughter And Skin A Cow
  18. How Much Ammo Should You Stock Pile?
  19. Some Advantages of Raised Bed Gardening
  20. Solar Flares: Coming To A Town Near You
  21. How to Make a Wood Rocket Stove
  22. MultiTasker Series 3 Multi-tool
  23. The Best Weather Alert Radio 2016
  24. Make Your Own Clean Water: Two Simple Ways To Build A Solar Still
  25. Our Solar System Experience, by F. in TX
  26. Survival Buzz: How to Clean Cast Iron the Easy Way
  27. How to Make a Family Survival Plan
  28. Make Iced Tea from Dried Flowers
  29. The Zika Virus Handbook
  30. 14 Things to Consider When Sheltering in Place or Bugging In
  31. Two Is One and One Is None: Do You Believe In Redundancy
  32. This It The Easy Way To Make Ink At Home
  33. Dozens Of Large Earthquakes Strike As Speculation Mounts That Japan’s Southern Island May Split
  34. Houston Flooding Is The 8th Historic Flood To Hit America Since The End Of September

If you have find a news story or prepping-related article, send it in.

This is a curated list of news stories and articles having interested to the preparedness community. None of the above should be considered an endorsement or an attempt to push any particular agenda by the Preparedness Podcast. They’re simply presented here as an informative source, many included are provided as ‘food for thought’ material.

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