Episode-91- Survival Prepping is a Good Investment

Warning today’ show had a technical error and has bad background noise for the first 30 minutes.  I apologize and have taken measures to prevent it in the future.

Today’s show explains how things like gardening, permaculture, reloading and other “preps” should be viewed as long term investments.  We also cover some things that have been brought up lately by email and on the forum.

Tune in today to hear…

  • Get your free Survival Podcast Stickers
  • My request to comment on the Veterans Day Show
  • Why I am not talking much about the economy right now
  • An update on “Stockings for Soldiers”
  • Thoughts on having a great Christmas without more debt
  • How it takes several seasons to get an ROI (return of investment) on a garden
  • Why once you do get a return on a garden it is better then anything from a bank or a stock
  • Thoughts about Appleseed – An organization dedicated to preserving the American Rifleman
  • The time to ROI on trees, shrubs and other self reproducing permaculture crops
  • How the ROI on reloading is going to continue to increase
  • How stored food returned a 37% gain in 2008 while the market crashed
  • The ROI once you start saving seeds season to season
  • The investments of Permaculture survive for generations long after you are gone

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2 Responses to Episode-91- Survival Prepping is a Good Investment

  1. Still a good show…reminds me of the “old days” back in the summer when you started out. Didn’t bother me then and doesn’t bother me know. Love to hear what you have to say!

  2. Hi Jack, this is a good explanation of how gardening is such a great investment. In our culture, we often expect quick results right away. People who have difficulty delaying gratification might find this makes garden more challenging, because it does take time to see the results. Soil building takes time and energy, but it is one of the most worthwhile prospects a person can do towards their own self-sufficiency.

    And besides the cost savings, the quality of your yard food is of tremendous value to your health, because produce loses nutritional value as more time passes. Not to mention the good feelings you get when you pick and eat your own food that you raised from seed or seedlings.

    I’m so inspired, I’m going to go plant some lettuce right now!