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Back40 brings you news, info, articles, and guides to help you know what and how to prep for the future. Whether it is a natural or man caused disaster. Stay up to date on what supplies, strategies and resources you need to have the best prepper plan in hand for your family survival

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Back40 brings you access to the products and services you need to have for your best prepper/survival strategy. This includes basic household supplies you need on hand as well as crucial items that will help you thrive in case of a disaster of any kind. Growing your own food, cooking your food without electricity, keeping your water pure and much more.[/important]

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In this section Back40 helps guide you through the best ways to prep for your household survival and staying safe in the case of a disaster. From the simple and basic necessities to the more complex strategies and resources needed for the long term in case of disaster.


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Spring Seed Planting Time

Hey Preppers spring seed planting time is here. Winter is waning and it is now time to plant your spring vegetable garden. Our customers who have bought the Essential Seed Kit know that they have plenty of seeds to use now for your garden and many more to save for your survival seed vault in …

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Joos Orange Solar Charger – Keep Your Gear Powered

The Joos Orange Solar Charger by Solar is a portable solar charger that is super easy to use. You can use it to power your phone or other small electronic devices. It’s great for everyday, and essential for emergencies. My son asked for, and received one, at Christmas. I was skeptical. What teenager wants a solar charger? He’s …

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Prepper Videos

Sharing some Prepper list videos today. 7 Worst Rookie Prepper Mistakes and How to Avoid Them Survival Tips S1 E12. Snoman discusses the 7 worst rookie prepper mi… Read more … Another Prepper essentials list… 10 Items a New Prepper Needs In this episode, we review 10 items (plus 1 for extra credit) that …

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Rosemary- Your Herbal Medicine Cabinet

Here in California, Rosemary grows like a weed. You find in edging gardens or filling in spaces in public plantings. But, it is much more than an evergreen shrub that smells nice. Rosemary is a woody and fragrant herb useful for cooking and medicine. It’s straightforward and easy to grow, and looks nice most of the …

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Don’t Just Prep During Emergency Preparedness Month

It’s the last day of Emergency Preparedness Month… but don’t start thinking that you are DONE! This is a good time to make sure you have your house in order, and are set for Winter. Some Things You Can Do…. Change out the Water in your Water Storage Containers Check the seals on your jars …

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The Dehydrator Bible Review

The newest addition to my kitchen library is the very complete “The Dehydrator Bible” by Jennifer MacKenzie, Jay Nutt & Don Mercer. I love my food dehydrator, but never felt like I was making the most of it. Sure, I dehydrated fruit for snacks and trail mix, and I make KILLER Beef Jerkey… but I always …

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