Today on The Survival Podcast, I take your calls on CSAs, food clubs, store policies, pest control, snakes, water filters, permaculture, gun rights, gardening and more.
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Join Me Today As Our Experts Discuss…
- Quote of the Day – “ Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton was the one who asked why”. ~ Bernard Baruch
- More on local CSAs, food clubs, etc.
- What happens to returned items at mega stores like Costco
- Uses for Christmas trees after we take them down
- Would a rodent that was poisoned be a risk to a snake that ate it
- How do filters like the Versa Blue compare to Berkey Systems
- What would we do if they ever really do “come for our guns”
- Is electrically heating soil a valid option for gardeners
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- Walking To Freedom
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- Kratky Hydroponics Explained
- More on Kratky Hydroponics
- TSP Android App
- TSP iPhone App
- Short Lane Gun Adapters
- Black Berkey Filter Elements
- Jammin Me – Tom Petty
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