Spring is coming up faster than you know, why not work toward personal liberty by playing in the dirt. In this episode I will talk about preparing to garden this year and freeing your family’s dependence on others. Yes, growing at least a portion of your own food liberates you from paying inflated prices on last seasons crops that may be chocked full of preservatives and whatever chemicals may have been sprayed on them. I may be exaggerating a little, or not, the truth is that you really don’t know where grocery store produce has come from. Growing your own fruits and vegetables allows you the peace of mind of knowing the history of your food. Even if your live in an apartment and don’t think you have room to at least supplement your groceries, I talk about utilizing tight spaces with garden pots. I talk about planting locations, seed selection, starting your seeds, planting the seedlings, and your harvest.
Homemade garden pots
This episode may not help those that already grow at least a portion of their meals, but I hope that you may post tips or suggestions in the comments of these show notes. Everyone else strap in and get started.
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In this episode Charlie and his guest host Patriot Puppy dissects some of the issues plaguing the movement. He refers to a recent episode of Forward Observer podcast with a liberty round table. Number one issue; lack of tactics and communication. Once again also pointing out how much more effective it would be to spread out our protests instead of gathering in a large bullseye.
In Charlie’s preparedness segment, he talks about recycled bug out gear. Prepping on a budget can’t get any cheaper the little to no cost. Items include:
Empty 20oz soda bottle for water or dry food storage
Used beach towel/blanket for warmth, bandage material, water strainer, or even make shift rope
Dryer lint for fire starting
Coffee can to use for a light weight stove or cooking pan