So it is Friday and we have some calls today on some great stuff. Today we hear about ATVs, UTVs, water quality, constructed wetlands for septic systems, urban wildlife for meat, starting plants, a 2 dollar bill movement may have been started, PMCS for small engines and more.
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Join Us Today as we Discuss…
- ATV/UTVs for Preppers and the Rokon Motorcycle
- What exactly is KeyHole Gardening
- Constructed wetlands for a septic tank alternative
- Using CFLs for starting seedlings
- A really cool way to create seedling pots
- Thoughts on the 2 Dollar Bill for Preppers Beyond Starbucks
- More on the non existent WMDs in Iraq
- PMCS for chain saws and other small engine items
- Using “urban wildlife” for meat
- One more rant on the myth of rabbit starvation
- How to determine water quality before a well is put in
- The kindle or similar as a survival library
Additional Resources for Today’s Show
- Members Support Brigade
- TSP Gear Shop
- Join Our Forum
- Safecastle Royal – (sponsor of the day)
- Back Yard Food Production – (sponsor of the day)
- The Rokon Motorcycle – Really cool but not necessarily the perfect BOV or work UTV.
- Using Constructed Wetlands – From Ohio State University
- Permaculture Look at Constructed Wetlands (Part 1 of 4)
- Building an Emergency Computer Kit (from MD Creekmore)
- How to Build a Key Hole Garden (PDF)
- Key Hole Garden with Center Composting Basket
- How and Why to Build a Key Hole Garden (YouTube Video)
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