Survival Gardening

Gardening is critical for preppers because it’s a way to have healthy, organic food post-collapse. What’s best is that this food source is regenerative, so you won’t depend on grocery stores (which may be closed after a disaster, anyway).

Survival gardening is similar to traditional gardening, but with a few tweaks.

To get started planning your survival garden, read this 101 guide we put together.

Jerusalem Artichoke flower

Here’s Why Jerusalem Artichoke Is a Fantastic Survival Crop

Growing Jerusalem artichokes can keep both your and your survival livestock well fed during a long-term disaster – with barely any manual labor from you required in the process. A single Jerusalem artichoke plant is capable of producing 200 pounds of nutrient-rich tubers that is safe for both humans and livestock to eat. Jerusalem Artichoke …

Here’s Why Jerusalem Artichoke Is a Fantastic Survival Crop Read More »

water containers next to plants in pots

Top 15 Containers That Can Hold Your Survival Garden

Starting a portable survival garden should not require spending a few hundred dollars on containers to grow your own groceries. There is most likely a plethora of suitable survival garden containers already lying around your property, “junk” just waiting to be repurposed into something useful once again. What is a survival garden container? It’s any …

Top 15 Containers That Can Hold Your Survival Garden Read More »