All posts tagged with Environment
06/28/2017 / By JD Heyes

A recent sad case in Texas nevertheless served as a reminder why any legitimate summer bugout plan should include making

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-06-28-beware-of-the-summer-bugout-prepare-to-stay-hydrated-or-heat-might-kill-you.html

06/22/2017 / By JD Heyes

During a recent two-part series published by Bugout.news about how an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) could destroy the nation’s power grid,

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-06-22-malware-threat-proves-u-s-power-grid-much-more-vulnerable-than-previously-believed.html

06/17/2017 / By Jayson Veley

It may be unsettling or unnerving to think about, but given the ever-expanding threat of nuclear war or economic collapse,

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-06-17-11-mistakes-you-cant-afford-to-make-when-moving-off-grid.html

06/11/2017 / By Bridgette Wilcox

Beating cancer may be more successfully done in the countryside, with new research showing that rural dwellers are 29 percent

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-06-11-living-in-the-country-found-to-dramatically-increase-your-odds-of-beating-cancer.html

06/01/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

In a classic example of government overreach, federal regulators are now demanding nearly $3 million from a California farmer for

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-06-01-farmer-faces-2-8-million-dollar-fine-for-plowing-his-own-land.html

05/31/2017 / By Ethan Huff

Urban life might seem hip and enticing, especially for younger folks who enjoy the hustle and bustle of busy environments

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-05-31-confirmed-living-in-cities-makes-people-psychotic-they-start-hearing-voices-in-their-heads-shocking-new-study-finds.html

05/29/2017 / By Bridgette Wilcox

Hiking is arguably the best way to enjoy the great outdoors, and summer might just be the best time to

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-05-29-5-must-trek-hiking-trails-to-see-this-summer.html

05/20/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

We’ve all heard people make light of what might happen if you drink the water when you’re traveling to foreign

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-05-20-nrdc-backs-up-health-rangers-lab-findings-of-contaminated-water-across-america-all-50-states-have-serious-epa-violations.html

05/15/2017 / By JD Heyes

A day before a global ransomware attack crippled the National Health Service in Britain and struck Russian government offices as

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-05-15-massive-global-ransomware-attack-underscores-vulnerability-of-critical-infrastructure-needed-to-sustain-life.html

05/12/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Rosemary is the darling of the mint family. This incredibly fragrant evergreen herb is used for a variety of things,

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-05-12-rosemary-is-one-of-the-easiest-herbs-to-grow.html

05/09/2017 / By D. Samuelson

As a young child in grammar school, Mike Oehler began drawing pictures of homesteads. That early ingenuity, combined with a

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-05-09-prepper-builds-underground-home-for-less-than-50.html

05/08/2017 / By Vicki Batts

A new peer-to-peer seed sharing program could turn the agricultural world upside-down. In order to help preserve biodiversity and increase

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-05-08-seed-sharing-platform-targets-5-dangerous-companies-that-control-more-than-60-of-the-global-seed-supply.html

04/24/2017 / By JD Heyes

In recent days the Internet was abuzz with discussion and rumors about a tabletop exercise conducted by the U.S. Department

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-04-24-12-steps-to-surviving-a-nuclear-attack.html

04/24/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Do you have a bare, shady spot in your garden? Or is your terrace facing the wrong side? Though it

http://www.offgrid.news/2017-04-24-effortlessly-grow-these-ten-plants-in-the-shade-with-little-to-no-sunlight.html