Prepper News Watch for July 28, 2015



  1. Beware: Armadillos may be spreading leprosy in Florida
  2. Unsanitary Growing Conditions Lead To Partial Import Ban On Mexican Cilantro

Prepping and General Interest:

  1. How to Use a Map: 13 Steps (with Pictures) – wikiHow
  2. Billy Lumbar Packs from Browning
  3. Double-Blind Study: No Difference in Lethality of Lead or Steel Shot
  4. Making Fire Under Adverse Conditions can be Critical to Survival.
  5. An Important Update On the Current Silver Market
  6. How Much Money Do You Have in Your Bug out Bag?
  7. Preparing For A Long Term Economic Depression
  8. Greek Capital Controls Lessons Learned
  9. Download Highlight: FM 21-76-1 Survival, Evasion, and Recovery
  10. Letter Re: Radio Basics Presentation
  11. Does the Moon Really Matter at Planting Time?
  12. What Is Community Resilience?
  13. Using a Camper as a Bug out Shelter
  14. 3 Knives That Will Enhance Your Bushcrafting Tenfold
  15. Planning Your Evacuation or Bug Out Route
  16. Government of Venezuela Forces Farmers to Hand Over Food
  17. How to Start a Small Permaculture Nursery and Grow 1000s of Trees by Yourself
  18. Creep and Peek Hunting: How to Avoid Being Spotted by Wary Mountain Game
  19. 12 ‘Cool Ways’ To Survive Off-Grid Without Air Conditioning

Freedom Issues:

  1. Liberal Media Openly Calls for Mass Gun Confiscation in America: “The Second Amendment Must Go”


  1. Now Is The Time – Fear Rises As Financial Markets All Over The Planet Start To Crash

Science, Nature and Tech:

  1. Google Is Making A Secret Map Of Every Place You’ve Ever Been (And Here’s How)

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.

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