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More than 40% of U.S. honeybee colonies died in past 12 months: USDA

More than 40% of U.S. honeybee colonies died in a 12-month period ending in April, extending a troubling trend that has scientists scrambling for a solution and professional beekeepers struggling to stay in business.

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In The Rubble

The earth shook

Japan knocking it to its collective knees

Building collapsed under the weight

Of Tsunami’s

And the threat of nuclear holocaust

Tens of thousands dead… 40 more words


In Some Not So Far Away Land

Written After the Earthquake in Japan

In some not so far away Land

The Earth Shook

Knocking a nation to

It’s knees

Taking lives

By the the tens of thousand. 50 more words


In Our Backyards

They are fighting a new war

Not on some foreign shore

But in our own backyard

In Joplin and Tuscalosa and

So many places

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Pet Preparedness Week Part 1

This weeks topic will be emergency preparedness plans for your pets. As someone interested in preparedness you already have  a disaster plan, right? If you have added a pet recently or just didn’t take them into account during your disaster planning know is the time to revise your plan. 443 more words

Natural Disasters

Preparedness Supply List For A ‘Typical’ Disaster

By Ken Jorgustin – Modern Survival Blog

For ‘ordinary’ preparedness at home, there are supplies that you might acquire that will get you comfortably through most ‘typical’ emergency/ disaster situations which may endure for hours to perhaps days or even a week. 114 more words


How To Get Your Wife On-board With Prepping


By Ken Jorgustin

So you are completely on-board with prepping but you are frustrated because your wife is not.

If you would like to know what you can do to influence your wife towards preparedness, here’s what you need to consider: 1,650 more words