Monthly Archives: August 2016

New PermaEthos Course Creating Gaia’s Garden course with Toby Hemenway

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Join best-selling permaculture author Toby Hemenway and over 100 students for a dynamic and practical course on creating your home ecosystem. Imagine living in a yard that overflows with food and other useful products such as medicine, fiber, and building supplies. Your yard can also shrink home energy bills, extend your growing season, and be a comfortable outdoor space year-round in all but the harshest climates.

It can also help provide income and reduce your dependence on money. In this 5-session course, you’ll learn how to do all this, but there’s more: That same yard that gives you food, energy, and income security can also enhance wildlife habitat, sequester carbon, and provide a beautiful, restful sanctuary for you and your partners or family. If you enjoyed reading Gaia’s Garden, this course will show you how to bring that book to life in your yard. Those who complete this course will earn a certificate from the Permaculture Institute (USA).

Early Bird Special 

PermaEthos and Toby Hemenway are offering a HUGE discount on the course. The normal price is $299. If you register before October 1st you will get $100 off making the course only $199. If you are a PermaEthos founding member you will receive an additional $25 off.
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Live Class Dates and Times

Each live class lesson will be recorded in case you miss it or if you are unable to attend live. These will also be available for download!
Our live classroom software is compatible with iOS and Android devices as well as on the PC (Mac, Linux, Windows).

  • Lesson 01 – 6pm Pacific on October 6th
  • Lesson 02 – 6pm Pacific on October 13th
  • Lesson 03 – 6pm Pacific on October 20th
  • Lesson 04 – 6pm Pacific on October 27th
  • Lesson 05 – 6pm Pacific on November 3rd

Permaculture Institute Certificate

PI-USA logoThose who successfully complete the “Creating Gaia’s Garden” course will receive a certificate from The Permaculture Institute USA, a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 1997 by Bill Mollison and Scott Pittman, and will also receive 10 credit hours toward a Diploma in Permaculture. PI-USA is one of the principal certifying organizations of the international permaculture community, and Toby Hemenway is a Field Director for the Institute, which means that he can offer certificates sponsored by PI-USA, and can mentor students through the Institute’s Diploma Program.

The Diploma in Permaculture is awarded to individuals who meet certain education requirements, achieve excellence in permaculture practice, demonstrate their commitment to permaculture ethics, and submit adequate evidence of their work to a committee of peers (College of Diplomats) for review and recommendations.

A permaculture design certificate course (PDC) is a pre-requisite for the diploma, but the credit hours from the ”Creating Gaia’s Garden” online course can be applied toward the diploma regardless of whether the student has completed a PDC prior to this course or not. The credit hours from this course cannot be applied toward the PDC at the present time. More information about PI-USA’s diploma program can be found at http://www.permaculture.org/what/diploma/

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Episode-1861- Marcin Jakubowski on Open Source Ecology

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Marcin Jakubowski is a Polish-American who came to the U.S. from Poland as a child. He graduated with honors from Princeton and earned his Ph.D. in fusion physics from the University of Wisconsin. Frustrated with the lack of relevance to pressing world issues in his education, he founded Open Source Ecology in 2003 in order to make closed-loop manufacturing a reality.

He began development of the Global Village Construction Set (GVCS)—an open source tool set of 50 industrial machines necessary to create a small civilization with modern comforts. His work has recently been recognized as a 2012 TED Senior Fellow, in Time Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2012, as a 2013 Shuttleworth Foundation Fellow, and a White House Champion of Change in 2013.

Marcin joins us to discuss Open Source Ecology (OSE) and Open Building Institute (OBI) and how they are launching a joint project to make affordable, ecological housing accessible to everyone—using a library of engineered modules and a series of rapid-build procedures.

Beginning in 2016, the project plans to offer aspiring home owners all the designs and tools necessary to build a 700 square foot Expandable Starter Home at 1/10th the cost of an average new home. This incremental home is loaded with ecological features and can be built in 5 days—from raw materials—and then expanded as needed.

Resources for today’s show…

Marcin’s Links

Sponsors of the Day

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Jonathan Livingston Seagull – Item of the Day

jlsEvery day I bring you an item on Amazon that I personally use or has been purchased by many members of the audience and I have researched enough to recommend.

Today’s TSP Amazon Item of the day is a book written all the way back in 1970 by Richard Bach, it is called Jonathan Livingston Seagull.  Many people today have not heard of this book but between 1970-1972 it sold over a million copies.  It is a brief and easy read and a multi faceted story.

Many see it as a purely spiritual story, one examining life today and life after death.  It certainly can be.  It also can be more seen as I do as a lesson about life and what it takes to make a difference.

What I have learned as I have aged is that the more one does to help others the more he at times will be looked upon harshly by those we would call the “status quo”.  To move forward requires change, those in charge have no interest in change for obvious reasons.

I will simply say of this book, that much of the philosophy you hear me talk about has at least some roots in this book.  This is a great book for a planned down time or reboot.  It would be a great read on vacation, on a camping trip or what have you.  Again it is a deep story but light reading, it can be read in say 90 minutes without speed reading, but you will likely read it more than once, in fact you will likely read it many times.

FWIW, yes, Jonathan Livingston Seagull is an actual seagull and the story is about seagulls, how exactly does that work, well you will have to read it to find out.

Remember you can always find the TSP Amazon Item of the day by just going to TspAz.com and by shopping at TspAz.com anytime you shop on Amazon you help support TSP and the work we do here no matter what you buy.

 

 

 

Episode-1860- Fun, Training and Family Time With Airsoft Guns

The KWA LM4-PTR is a "Professional Training Rifle" Designed for Military and Police Training with Airsoft.

The KWA LM4-PTR is a “Professional Training Rifle” Designed for Military and Police Training with Airsoft.

Today we delve into the misunderstood world of airsoft.  I think airsoft has an unfair and undeserved stigma among many of the “tactically minded” due to the majority of enthusiasts being gamers.  While I have no interest in the game aspects of airsoft I feel even this community is misunderstood and many unfair assumptions are made about them.

Today though I will focus on what I call “Airsoft for Practical Training”.  By that I mean real world training that benefits the average civilian that either carries a gun for defense or keeps a gun in their home for the same purpose or both.

While I love things like IDPA and IPSC shooting and I have great respect for the many tactical training schools like my good friends Frank Sharpe Jr. and James Yeager run, or even the big time schools like Front Sight provide, I don’t find what they teach particularly valuable to the average guy with a job, two kids, wife and a dog to protect from a group of thugs or an armed intruder in the middle of the night.

Join me today to discuss…

  • The reason people dislike airsoft
    • It is just a toy
    • Gamers that think they are heroes
    • It isn’t realistic (rate of fire, machine guns, etc.)
  • Why people should love airsoft if they are gun owners
    • Cheap practice
    • Practice every day
    • Realistic practice (in ways you never thought of)
  • The basics of airsoft guns
    • Springers
    • AEG (automatic electric guns)
    • Gas (blow back and non blow back)
      • CO2 and “Green Gas”
    • Pellets, yes they matter
      • Just forget .12 they are flatly junk and ruin guns
      • .20 is the most common and the “industry standard”
      • Generally, .25-.36 can be more accurate in many guns
      • The heavier they are the more they cost
    • Guns I own and what I like about them
    • Getting started
      • Springers are cheap and do work for draw and shoot practice
      • I would avoid AEGs for practical training
      • I would avoid CO2 due to long term economics
      • Almost all “green gas” guns are blow back gun
      • Get an adapter and run propane
      • Use your carry holster if you carry
      • Don’t get bogged down in deep tech specs
      • If your gun doesn’t have a “clone” get something close
      • Search google for “model name airsoft gas blow back”
      • Why it is hard to find some specific GBB Clones
    • Some training ideas
      • Every morning/evening quick shoot
      • Practicing after dark with a light
      • Play “knock out” with your kids
      • Draw and shoot, make safe, return to holster, repeat
      • Variations on draw and shoot
    • Target ideas
      • Professional airsoft steel
      • Sheet metal cut outs
      • Heavy steel – (nice because it works for lead pellets too)
      • Heavy plastic jugs
      • Cheap pots and pans (Walmart, Dollar Store, Goodwill)
    • Spreading gun rights and gun ownership with airsoft

Resources for today’s show…

Some Good Places to Buy Airsoft Guns

Some Good Low Cost Guns and Accessories on Amazon – Like I said on the air I had lousy luck with the few people offering GBB guns on Amazon, use the stores above for that.  But here are some things you can get on Amazon.

Sponsors of the Day

Remember to comment, chime in and tell us your thoughts, this podcast is one man’s opinion, not a lecture or sermon. Also please enter our listener appreciation contest and help spread the word about our show. Also remember you can call in your questions and comments to 866-65-THINK (866-658-4465) and you might hear yourself on the air.

Also remember we have an expert council that can answer you questions. If you have a question send it to jack at thesurvivalpodcast.com with TSPC Epert in the subject line. Ask your question in one to two sentences so it is clear then provide any additional details. Make sure to tell me what council member the question is for. You Meet the Expert Council at this Link.

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Tickets for the Fall Workshop Go On Sale Friday Sept 2nd.

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Here is how it is going to go.  On Friday at 9AM central standard time I will add a special link to the home page of the Member’s Area of the MSB.  You can log in and click on that link to reserve your spot.  When I do that I will post here that registration is open.   Spots will be reserved for MSB members only for the first 24 hours.

On Saturday at 9AM if and it is a big IF, any seats remain I will open it to any and all to sign up.  So if you are an MSB member you may want to log in now and make sure your account is in current standing, that you have the right password etc. before Friday morning if you want to come.

Dates – The class dates are Oct. 27-29 but most students choose to set up camp on the 26th.  You can arrive on property any time after 2PM on the 26th.  Most students, especially those who camp on site, will stay over until the 30th.  We request everyone off property by 11:30 AM on the 30th.

Location – for those who have not been here before our property is located near Lakeside Texas, which is just north of Fort Worth.  If you are flying in, DFW Airport is the best bet to fly into.  It is about a 30 minute drive from our house, if you take the toll express lane, trust me, pay the five bucks or it is an hour of hell instead!  You don’t even need to pay the toll, just take the express lane and they will send you a bill in the mail if you don’t have a toll tag.  Big brother at his finest.

Cost and Payment – Cost is 500 dollars per student.  We take a 100 dollar deposit to hold your spot with balance due when you show up.  You need to pay your deposit with paypal but you don’t need a paypal account.  You can use a major credit/debit card to make your deposit payment.

Couples and Families – Due to the extreme limited spots in this event couples will have to pay for both parties and will have to complete two separate forms to do that.  Kids under 18 are free if accompanied by an adult, limit two per family.  Conditions for your kids include the following.

First you are 100% responsible for your kids, they are expected to be part of the event, not running around messing with our animals or breaking things.   Please do not drag your kid to this event, bring only older children that considers attendance an opportunity.

Second, this is an adult event, there will be drinking, “adult words spoken” etc, if you are not okay with this, do not bring children to this event. People will be up late, making noise, you get the picture.

Third I get final approval, if you reserve a spot and intend to bring a minor, email me with details to make sure it is going to be okay.  I am going to want to know age, maturity level, etc.  I don’t mean to be a hard ass about this but we have a LOT going on in taking care of everyone.  My rule used to be no kids but the few we have allowed in have been really great, so I am doing this on a case by case basis.  If I end up saying no and that is a deal breaker for you I will happily refund your deposit.

Refunds on Deposits – I have what I think is a very fair deal on this.  If you decide in 48 hours of locking in your spot you want to cancel, I refund you no questions asked.  After that if a true emergency occurs like a death or illness in the family, something involving work you can’t get out of, I refund 100% of your deposit.  Otherwise this is my rule, if I can sell the spot, you get a refund, if I can’t you don’t.  This is because sometimes people cancel a day or two before the event, when that happens it is hard to sell the spot which would have otherwise sold and been filled.

This is going to be the most awesome workshop we have ever done, just check out the schedule.

Day One

  • Breakfast 930-1030
  • Session One –1030-1130 – Long Range Backpacking Gear – Jessica Mills
  • Session Two 1130-1230 – Scythes Restoration and Use – Chris Prater
  • Session Three 1230-130 – Sharpening Tools and Knives – Patrick Roehrman
  • Lunch 130-230
  • Session Four 230-330 – Aquaponics Part One – David Seigler
  • Session Five 330-430 – Airsoft for Practical Training – Jack Spirko
  • Break 430-530
  • Session Six 530-630 – Dealing with Predators – Chris Prater
  • Seven 630-730 – Radio Communications – John Pugliano & Triple Kocurek
  • Dinner 730-830

Day Two

  • Breakfast 930-1030
  • Session One – 1030-1130 – Building a Vaccucanner – Jake Robinson
  • Session Two 1130-1230 – Aquaponics Part Two – David Seigler
  • Session Three 1230-130 – Soil and Composting – Mike Vertrees
  • Lunch 130-230
  • Session Four 230-330 – Vermicomposting – Tim Flood
  • Session Five 330-430 – Mead Making – Jack Spirko
  • Break 430-530
  • Session Six 530-630 – Finishing Wood like a Pro – Jeff Dheer
  • Seven 630-730 – Shop Tools – Bryan Stout
  • Dinner 730-830

Day Three

  • Breakfast 930-1030
  • Session One – 1030-1130 – Michael Jordan Bee Keeping
  • Session Two 1130-1230 – Buying Land on Your Terms – Mike Centex
  • Session Three 1230-130 – LLP Property Ownership – John Pugliano
  • Lunch 130-230
  • Session Four 230-330 – Soap Making – Mindy and Josh Crandall
  • Session Five 330-430 – Building Soil in the First Year – Nick Ferguson
  • Break 430-530
  • Session Six 530-630 – Escape from Illegal Detention – Bryan Black
  • Seven 630-730 – Mental Prep for Combat – JR Haley
  • Dinner 730-830

On top of this we will as always serve up amazing food, have an awesome barter blanket night, an amazing mead tasting session, a beer tasting and more. Since we are doing only one this fall we are going with a seat count of 40 students, which is a bit of a push for our property but we want to be as inclusive as we can be.

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Episode-1859- Listener Feedback for 8-29-16

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Today on the Survival Podcast I respond to your emails on gardening, planting trees, teaching, homesteading, investing, guns, the student loan bubble and more.

Make sure if you submit content for a feedback show that you put something like “comment for jack”, “question for jack” or “article for jack” in the subject line to assure proper identification for my screening process.

Please understand I receive several hundred emails a day and can’t get them all on the air.

I also do put out a lot of information on Facebook from emails that I can’t fit on the program though so keep em coming.

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Emails On

  • An update about the Fall Workshop
  • Fall gardens because you have no choice
  • The right timing with tree planting
  • A teacher goes tutor and replaces her full income
  • Listener Kendall on a 14 day staycation at her new digs
  • Thoughts on 401k “investing”
  • If you have an intruder call the fire department?
  • CMP has some new M1 Garands in
  • The student loan bubble is beginning to implode
  • A cool gmail hack for dealing with spam, etc.
  • How to “introduce dogs” to new people and animals
  • Muh roads, smugglers fix roads the government won’t in Russia
  • Apparently the Cajun Navy needs to be licensed, (wow government sucks)
  • Government is not America, and what do freedom and liberty mean

Resources for today’s show…

Sponsors of the Day

Remember to comment, chime in and tell us your thoughts, this podcast is one man’s opinion, not a lecture or sermon. Also please enter our listener appreciation contest and help spread the word about our show. Also remember you can call in your questions and comments to 866-65-THINK (866-658-4465) and you might hear yourself on the air.

Also remember we have an expert council that can answer you questions. If you have a question send it to jack at thesurvivalpodcast.com with TSPC Epert in the subject line. Ask your question in one to two sentences so it is clear then provide any additional details. Make sure to tell me what council member the question is for. You Meet the Expert Council at this Link.

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Catahoula Manufacturing Tarred Bank – Item of the Day

cmitwineEvery day I bring you an item on Amazon that I personally use or has been purchased by many members of the audience and I have researched enough to recommend.

Today’s TSP Amazon Item of the day is one of my go to essentials for BOBs, Vehicle Kits and around the homestead, and frankly everywhere.  It is Catahoula Manufacturing #36 Tarred Bank Line.  Let me say that any size bank line by Catahoula Manufacturing Incorporated (aka CMI) is fine, if you want heavier or lighter stuff there are many options, check here.

I personally recommend that you get at least one 550 foot roll of #36 because it is such a good bang for the buck.  At 30 dollars with free shipping it isn’t just a monetary value either.  As a pack item you are talking about a spool that weighs only a pound and yet gives you 550 of 320 pound tensile strength line.  Tarred line is the best go to as a twine and binder for everything from “red neck repairs” to setting traps, building survival structures or fishing with limb lining or trot lines.

The key here is ONLY BUY Catahoula Manufacturing Line.  Most bank line is in a word, shit, it isn’t tarred line just because the label says so.  CMI is the only manufacturer I trust when buying this stuff online when I can’t inspect it by hand prior to purchase.

Look I know it sounds obvious but the entire point of tarred line, is that it is well, tarred.  Let me explain a bit further.  Tarred doesn’t mean it is black, or it has some trace bit of a tar like substance on it.  No it is supposed to mean that the twine is fully impregnated with tar.  It should be sticky, you should smell tar when you open it, get it tarred.

You know how they say you can’t push a string?  Well if it is a tarred string you should easily be able to push a foot or so of it.  Again, get it, tarred!

The point is that this twine doesn’t unravel and it holds both in knots and in wraps, the tar is what makes that happen.  They way the part you red neck reparied stays put till you fix it right, or you lean to doesn’t fall on your head, or that big catfish doesn’t yank it off the sapling you used for a limb line set.

Most so called bank line or tarred line has little if any tar on it.  CMI, is the real deal.  So consider adding some Catahoula Manufacturing #36 Tarred Bank Line or other sizes of it to your preps.  Again it is something I consider an absolute essential.

Remember you can always find the TSP Amazon Item of the day by just going to TspAz.com and by shopping at TspAz.com anytime you shop on Amazon you help support TSP and the work we do here no matter what you buy.

P.S. – Yes the prepper/survivalist/bushcraft world is enamored with parachute cord.  Yes I do think it has its uses, but it can’t come close to the versatility, usability and bang for the buck good tarred line gives you.

 

 

PETV Presentations – S01E10 Gasification

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This week on PETV Presentations

Tuesday, August 23
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3pm Central
4pm Eastern
Episode 10 – Troy Martz
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More details are available on the PETV Event Page
Topic: Gasification
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Presentation Details

Gasification is an old technology, with a history going back as far the nineteenth century. Before the dominance of liquid fuels, gasification was a technology widely known in Europe. In fact, during WWII, over one million automobiles were fitted to run on wood gas, primarily due to the shortage of petroleum-based fuels.

It seems gasification emerges from obscurity whenever there is an energy crisis, and because of its ubiquity, and low barrier of entry, it has become a favorite to those interested in alternative energy, preparedness, and sustainability.

This presentation is designed to introduce the viewers to the technology, and present a path forward for those who wish to incorporate it into their energy package. We will be discussing the science, the variations (biomass vs. charcoal gasification), the feasibility and/or practicality—based on your climate, biome, and context—and the holistic strategy to make it all come together.

  • Introduction & History
  • The New Pioneers
  • The Science
  • The Various Designs
  • The Market
  • The DIY Community
  • Related Technology
  • The Holistic Strategy
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Troy Martz is a technologist, permaculturist, farmer, and alternative energy hacker, enjoying life with his beautiful family in tropical paradise.

Episode-1858- Expert Council Q&A for 8-26-16

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Today is Friday so it is time for our ask expert council show. To ask a question for a show like this, just send an email to me at jack at thesurvivalpodcast.com with “TSPC Expert” in the subject line.

Today the expert council answers questions on hydration, power inverters, farm equipment, entrepreneurship, functional fitness, broad acre permaculture and more.

In the body of your email first tell me the council member your question is for. Second ask your question concisely in one to two sentences maximum. Third any and all details after that. This is the formula to give you the best chance of getting on the air.

I do what I can to get as many of your questions as possible on the air but can’t always get to all of them. Our council is made of a wide variety of experts in everything from the tactical to the practical and everything in between.

To get more information on our Expert Council visit our “Meet the Expert Council Page” to learn more about them and their specific areas of expertise.

Join Me Today As Our Experts Discuss

  • Making “spa water” – Erica Strauss
  • Large inverters run by a vehicle – Steven Harris
  • Thoughts on large farm equipment – Darby Simpson
  • Entrepreneurial opportunities in the home school niche – Mike and Sue Laprise
  • Exercise for those that hate exercise – Garry Collins
  • Going broad acre with permaculture – Geoff Lawton
  • The case for starting small – Jack

Resources for today’s show…

Sponsors of the Day

Websites of the Expert Council Members

Remember to comment, chime in and tell us your thoughts, this podcast is one man’s opinion, not a lecture or sermon. Also please enter our listener appreciation contest and help spread the word about our show. Also remember you can call in your questions and comments to 866-65-THINK (866-658-4465) and you might hear yourself on the air.

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Episode-1857- Listener Calls for 8-25-16

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Today on The Survival Podcast I take your calls on anarchy, moving, squirrels, automation, raising kids, annoying phone calls, livestock, guns, hacks and more.

Remember to be on a show like this one just pick up your phone and call 866-65-THINK.

The best way to improve your chances of being on the air is ask your question or make your point up front, then provide details.

Also please do your best to call from a quiet area with a good connection and speak up so you can be well heard.

While I can’t put all calls on the air but I do my best to get as many of them on as I can.

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…

  • A lesson in anarchy from of all things, the wagon trains
  • Another walking to freedom success story
  • How to stop squirrels from eating your fruits and nuts
  • How automation is replacing minds not just muscles
  • Kids that can’t even go to the bus stop alone, teacup city
  • How to stop annoying political phone calls
  • Keeping water from freezing up in a animal watering system
  • Thoughts on a first AR15
  • A follow up about a shooting by LEOs from last week
  • The first edition of Jack’s Hacks – this one is for Amazon

Resources for today’s show…

Sponsors of the Day

Remember to comment, chime in and tell us your thoughts, this podcast is one man’s opinion, not a lecture or sermon. Also please enter our listener appreciation contest and help spread the word about our show. Also remember you can call in your questions and comments to 866-65-THINK (866-658-4465) and you might hear yourself on the air.

Join the MSB Today

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Want Every Episode of TSP Ever Produced?

Remember in addition to discounts to over 40 vendors who supply stuff you are likely buying anyway, tons of free ebooks and video content, MSB Members also get every edition of The Survival Podcast ever produced in convenient zip files in blocks of 24. More info on the MSB can be found here.