09/19/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

Los Angeles is trying to solve two big problems at the same time and it seems to be working. A

http://www.starvation.news/2018-09-19-new-food-model-sweeping-los-angeles-aims-to-address-poverty-and-waste-management.html

09/18/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The Vigna genus has generously provided us with a number of nutritious and tasty legumes (including adzuki beans, cowpeas, and

http://www.starvation.news/2018-09-18-scientists-look-at-other-species-of-legumes-as-potential-alternative-sources-for-nutrition.html

09/14/2018 / By Amy Goodrich

We live in unstable and toxic times where nutrient-rich, non-GMO, and chemical-free foods are becoming scarce. This is why so

http://www.starvation.news/2018-09-14-here-are-five-dual-purpose-livestock-for-your-farm.html

09/14/2018 / By Janine Acero

Planting can be a wonderful hobby. It can be enjoyed by people wanting to get back in touch with nature,

http://www.starvation.news/2018-09-14-the-basics-and-the-benefits-of-home-vegetable-gardening.html

09/11/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Preppers know that gardening is a lucrative and relaxing hobby, but getting started may seem complicated for newbie gardeners. If

http://www.starvation.news/2018-09-11-professional-gardening-tips-that-even-newbies-can-follow.html

09/11/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Living in an apartment doesn’t mean you can’t prep like people who live in spacious houses or homesteads. However, you

http://www.starvation.news/2018-09-11-the-10-best-ways-to-store-emergency-supplies-in-a-small-space.html

09/05/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

No one wants a repeat of the Great Depression, considered by most as one of the darkest times in U.S.

http://www.starvation.news/2018-09-05-tasty-great-depression-recipes-that-you-can-still-make-today.html

09/05/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Canned food are a staple part of any prepper’s stockpile of emergency food. They normally last longer than non-preserved foods,

http://www.starvation.news/2018-09-05-factors-that-determine-how-long-your-canned-food-will-last.html

08/28/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

Food preservation is one of the most important life skills, particularly if you live off the grid, are preparing for

http://www.starvation.news/2018-08-28-the-pros-and-cons-of-different-preservation-methods.html

08/27/2018 / By Edsel Cook

New homesteaders will be relieved to hear that they will not need a huge farm to achieve self-sufficiency. An article

http://www.starvation.news/2018-08-27-starting-your-homestead-on-just-a-single-acre-of-land.html

08/26/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Living conditions in Venezuela show no signs of improving as people there have taken to eating spoiled meat just to

http://www.starvation.news/2018-08-26-venezuelans-now-eating-spoiled-rotten-meat-as-electricity-collapses.html

08/20/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Just because the power is out doesn’t mean you have to put up with cold foods. Neither do you have

http://www.starvation.news/2018-08-20-how-to-cook-indoors-without-electricity.html

08/17/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Many of us feel that society will collapse eventually, but lots of people don’t think it will happen during their

http://www.starvation.news/2018-08-17-scientists-warn-the-food-riots-will-begin-in-just-one-generation.html

08/16/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

At least 10 trailers loaded with water, baby supplies, and food that was donated to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico

http://www.starvation.news/2018-08-16-massive-stockpile-of-food-and-medical-supplies-donated-to-puerto-rico-found-rotting.html

08/15/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Seeds are always a welcome addition to a prepper’s stockpile. An article on Skilled Survival covers the basics of harvesting

http://www.starvation.news/2018-08-15-how-to-stockpile-seeds-for-your-survival-cache.html

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