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Off-Grid Survival Toolkit

The Skills You Need For When The Emergency Lasts A Long Time

Wednesday, 2020

Global pandemic, economic collapse, bank runs, 23% unemployment, dollar devaluation, deflation, hyperinflation, power outages, food shortages, water contamination, internet failures . . .

It’s 2020 and anything is possible this year.

I’m writing this to you from lockdown . . .

I never thought it would happen so quickly . . .

Just a little while ago I was planning a vacation with my kids.  Now, that is canceled, and we are adding to our stocks of food, water, medicines, tools, cash, and other valuables needed in a crisis. 

Not too long ago, my elderly mother died peacefully in her sleep.  Of course, I knew it was going to happen sometime (she was 93 years old and bedridden).  But when it actually did happen, although it wasn’t a surprise, it certainly was a shock. 

I’ve known for many years the crisis we are facing now would happen.  And, like my mom dying, it wasn’t a surprise, but it still is a shock.

I bet it’s a shock for you, too. 

And the worst of it is, we just don’t know how bad it’s going to get.

 

When Crazy Friends Aren’t So Crazy . . .

For the past two decades, I have been completely obsessed with figuring out how to live well when there is major chaos and change going on in the world.

To learn how to survive – thrive even – when the world is falling apart, you don’t go to Martha Stewart. 

You don’t tune in to the Kardashians, and you don’t look to Biance.

I’ve sought out and spent time with people who live in the backwoods, way far away from civilization. 

Some of these people don’t smell good, they often have lots of unkempt body hair, and the clothes they wear are more functional than fashionable.  What looks like junk to us, is a treasure to them.  They are not normally the kind of people you want to hang out with.  Everything from nomads, hunter-gathers, rednecks, hermits, dumpster divers, hardcore survivalists, and barefoot crazies.

In fact, most ‘normal’ people go to great lengths to avoid these outcasts.  But, I’m so grateful that I’ve befriended these crazy people.  And, I’m so grateful that they have followed the beat of a different drum and kept alive some super important skills. 

And you know what?  Most of them are unaffected by what is going.

For the most part, they are healthy and well-fed.  

Some of them live so far out, they don’t even know what is going on right now.

 

Primitive Skills

For the past decade, my daughter and I have also attended primitive skills gatherings.  These are places where you can learn the skills ancient hunter-gathers all knew.  How to tan skins with just the brains of the animal, how to navigate by the stars, how to purify water, how to hunt, and how to make medicine from plants. 

I remember back before 2008 when being called a “Prepper” was a big insult. 

But, I didn’t care. 

I developed more skills and began teaching others . . .

In 2003 I earned my Permaculture Design Certificate.

In 2009 I created DVD on how to grow food that went viral. 

In 2013 I was featured by National Geographic as an expert in survival and preparedness in the second season of their hit series “Doomsday Preppers”.

In 2017 I was featured in an award-winning Reuters contest on food sustainability.

In 2019 I was added to Who’s Who In America® for all the backyard gardens I’ve helped create.   (Yes, it really surprised me too . . .  I mean, isn’t that list only for big politicians and famous actors?)

And, while I don’t know if you are ever really prepared​ . . . I do have some skills. 

 

Can I Help You Pick Out The Best Gun For Personal Defense?

No, that is not what I am about. 

Yes, I do understand that as things deteriorate, there will be more violence. 

And, yes, I do have guns, ammo, and the skills to use them.  Yes, absolutely.

I am also training in Shotokan Karate and JuJitsu.  I am a huge believer in practicing situational awareness.

Yes, the world is likely to get much more dangerous. 

But, one of the truths about long term survival in hard times is that you are far more likely to die from starvation than from a bullet. 

And, while I recognize the dangers, I am primarily about working together and building community.

 

The Skills Most Overlooked Are The Ones You Most Desperately Need

I grew up in the South.  In high school, I loved to play sports and I was also in the chorus.  Our teachers and coaches would often stop the bus on field trips to visit historical sites.  Many of those sites were battlefields from the Civil war.

The focus was always on the men: who fought, who died, who won.

I always wondered: what did the women and children do during those times?  

Who kept those men fed, made medicines, treated their wounds, managed the farms and ranches while the strongest were off fighting?  

How did families survive when the cupboards were bare and the tools melted down for weapons?

The focus of a crisis is often on the flashy news, the ‘war’, and the violence.  The media is famous for saying “if it bleeds, it leads”.

But, how do you handle the day-to-day of real life?  How do you feed your family when the shelves are empty?  How do you clean a wound when there is no doctor?  How do you make shoes so you aren’t hobbled?  How do you live when the fridge is out?  Where can you find wild foods?  How do you preserve food when you find a bounty?

In our modern age, who knows these skills and how can you acquire them?

 

Skills Transfer From People Who Really Live This

I knew that someday the skills, stories, and wisdom from all my crazy friends would someday be very important.  Over two decades I’ve collected what I could learn from them.  Sometimes I only got the info holding a hand-held video while out in the bush, sometimes I had a video producer create beautiful footage, and sometimes I talked them through the technology of how to create a powerpoint presentation. 

And, I’ve managed to record a lot of really useful stuff.

This is raw, real, and powerful information.

What I’ve collected, I have gathered in the package of presentations I am calling the “Off-Grid Survival Toolkit”.

 

The Off-Grid Survival Toolkit

The Off-Grid Survival Toolkit is a set of 27 unique presentations covering crucial topics related to living, and thriving​, during an extended emergency. 

Each presentation is anywhere from 38 minutes to over an hour. 

​You will receive both video and audio files for each presentation, plus full PDF transcripts. 

And of course, ​it is all fully downloadable.

Here are the categories and topics I've ​​​gathered up for you:


Medicine

 

Emergency 1st Aid: How To Assess Injured Bodies If 911 Isn’t Coming
Jed Adamson

The Coming Antibiotics Apocalypse
Mike Adams

Herbal Treatment Of Wounds And Lacerations
Dr. Patrick Jones

 

​Medicinal Plants: The Apocalypse Apothecary
​Dr. Patrick Jones

50 Shades Of Blue, Natural Remedies For Our Daily Angst And Anxiety
Deb Swanson

 

 

Pioneer Skills

 

What It’s Like To Attend A Primitive Skills Gathering
Marjory Wildcraft

Property Purchase Checklist
Geoff Lawton

Understanding And Predicting Your Weather
Capt’n Dave

Home Death Care: Reclaiming The Healing Power Of Death
Dani Lavoire

​​How To Make Your Own Tarahumara-Style Sandals
​​​Doug Simons

​​​Buckskin Clothing: A Beautiful Working Wardrobe From Your Backyard
​​​Woniya Thibeault

 

Food Production

​​Predator ID: Who Killed Your Chicken?
​​Justin Rhodes

​​​10 Strategies For Growing Food In A Changing Climate
​​​Marjory Wildcraft

​Secret Greenhouse Of Survival
​​​​Rick Austin

 

Compost Everything (Even Your Enemies)
David the Good

Free Chicken Feed: 3 DIY Systems For Growing Insects For Your Girls
Anne-Marie "Dash" Miller

 

Foraging

 

Harvesting And Using Acorns: The 10 Minute Method
Scott Sexton

Botany In A Day
Tom Elpel

24 Of The Most Useful Wild Plants
Martin Payne

 

Beginners Guide To Hunting Deer For Food
Jackson Landers

Road Kill: How To Judge The Edibility Of Found Meat
Red Louvish

 

Food Preparation

 

How To Cook On A Woodburning Stove
Lehman’s

​​Cooking With A Rocket Oven
​Paul Wheaton

​Cooking With The Power Of The Sun
​​​​​Paul Munsen


 

Food ​Preservation

 

How To Build An On-Farm Smokehouse
Meredith Leigh

​​​​How To Preserve Food With Water Bath and Pressure Canning
​​​​Kendra Lynne

Living Without Refrigeration
Woniya Thibeault


 

Plus, I've Got 7 Bonus eBooks For You

I just really wanted to make sure you had these.  They aren’t videos so they didn’t quite fit into the package above. 

I am just tossing them in. 

You’ll need them.

Oh, I’ve had a LOT of people tell me the eBook on finding the perfect survival retreat alone was worth the cost of the entire bundle. 

One more thing, 4th graders love reading the Snakebite! story.  Be sure to share ​this one with your kids and grandkids!

  7 Shortcuts To Finding The Perfect Survival Retreat
A $250 Value
How Much Land Do You Need To Be Food Self-Reliant
​A $30 Value

Snakebite!: How I Treated A Venomous Snakebite At Home
​A $30 Value
​Simple & Effective Watering Systems For Small Livestock
​A $15 Value

Garlic: Your First Home Medicine
​A $15 Value

How To Tan A Rabbit Hide
A $15 Value

25 Herbs For Emergencies & Survival
A $25 Value

 

An Offer So Unbelievable, You Can't Refuse

The full value of this information is priceless.

It has taken me years to gather and record these presentations. The time, the travel, developing the relationships,​ and extensive testing . . .

Google is completely clueless when it comes to truly gain these kinds of skills. 

And, good luck wading through all the crap on YouTube. 

A friend suggested that each presentation should be valued at $30 each, which would make a total value of $810.

But, that’s ridiculous right now. 

I know times are tough.

I know you are in a difficult spot.

I know you are worried.

I’m going to do something completely crazy and let you decide how much you want to pay.

Yes, you read that correctly. 

You can choose how much you think this information is worth to you!

I do have to set a minimum - it's not free to ​bring all this information online to so many after all. 

​However, ​the $25 minimum is ​less than my estimated cost to bring this entire Toolkit to you.

And, I ​know this information will help if you're ​feeling desperate, so I'm willing to take a loss. 

​If you're worried - but otherwise in a good place in the midst of growing uncertainty - ​I ask you to consider "paying it forward" for those less fortunate and help me continue to deliver this caliber of knowledge to all who need it.  

 

As always, your purchase today is backed by our simple but honest 100% money-back guarantee. There are no special exclusions. No weird restrictions or catches to worry about. 

I want you to be happy with your purchase.

So if you’re anything short of completely satisfied, simply let us know within 60 days for a complete refund of monies paid.

And we’ll swiftly and kindly process your refund, without hassle.

Because that’s how we like to be treated. So that’s how we’ll treat you, too!

3% of profits from all Grow Network products are donated to the “Earth Recovery Foundation,” a nonprofit organization that provides grants to backyard researchers working on issues critical to individual and family-scale sustainability.

These skills, stories, and wisdom from all my crazy friends ​will help you create a sense of calm in your life as you regain the knowledge of how to rely on yourself, especially when everything seems to be falling apart.

​My Off-Grid Survival Toolkit represents over two decades of extensive (and often expensive) training I have ​learned along my own journey to self-sufficiency. I believe these skills will only become more important as we wade through rough times. ​

​Remember, this is raw, ​immediately useful, and powerful information.

I do have to set a minimum - it's not free to ​bring all this information online to so many after all. 

​However, ​the $25 minimum is ​less than my estimated cost to bring this entire Toolkit to you.

And, I ​know this information will help if you're ​feeling desperate, so I'm willing to take a loss. 

​If you're worried - but otherwise in a good place in the midst of growing uncertainty - ​I ask you to consider "paying it forward" for those less fortunate and help me continue to deliver this caliber of knowledge to all who need it.  

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Off-Grid Survival Toolkit

The Skills You Need For When The Emergency Lasts A Long Time

Wednesday, 2020

Global pandemic, economic collapse, bank runs, 23% unemployment, dollar devaluation, deflation, hyperinflation, power outages, food shortages, water contamination, internet failures . . .

It’s 2020 and anything is possible this year.

I’m writing this to you from lockdown . . .

I never thought it would happen so quickly . . .

Just a little while ago I was planning a vacation with my kids.  Now, that is canceled, and we are adding to our stocks of food, water, medicines, tools, cash, and other valuables needed in a crisis. 

Not too long ago, my elderly mother died peacefully in her sleep.  Of course, I knew it was going to happen sometime (she was 93 years old and bedridden).  But when it actually did happen, although it wasn’t a surprise, it certainly was a shock. 

I’ve known for many years the crisis we are facing now would happen.  And, like my mom dying, it wasn’t a surprise, but it still is a shock.

I bet it’s a shock for you, too. 

And the worst of it is, we just don’t know how bad it’s going to get.

 

When Crazy Friends Aren’t So Crazy . . .

For the past two decades, I have been completely obsessed with figuring out how to live well when there is major chaos and change going on in the world.

To learn how to survive – thrive even – when the world is falling apart, you don’t go to Martha Stewart. 

You don’t tune in to the Kardashians, and you don’t look to Biance.

I’ve sought out and spent time with people who live in the backwoods, way far away from civilization. 

Some of these people don’t smell good, they often have lots of unkempt body hair, and the clothes they wear are more functional than fashionable.  What looks like junk to us, is a treasure to them.  They are not normally the kind of people you want to hang out with.  Everything from nomads, hunter-gathers, rednecks, hermits, dumpster divers, hardcore survivalists, and barefoot crazies.

In fact, most ‘normal’ people go to great lengths to avoid these outcasts.  But, I’m so grateful that I’ve befriended these crazy people.  And, I’m so grateful that they have followed the beat of a different drum and kept alive some super important skills. 

And you know what?  Most of them are unaffected by what is going.

For the most part, they are healthy and well-fed.  

Some of them live so far out, they don’t even know what is going on right now.

 

Primitive Skills

For the past decade, my daughter and I have also attended primitive skills gatherings.  These are places where you can learn the skills ancient hunter-gathers all knew.  How to tan skins with just the brains of the animal, how to navigate by the stars, how to purify water, how to hunt, and how to make medicine from plants. 

I remember back before 2008 when being called a “Prepper” was a big insult. 

But, I didn’t care. 

I developed more skills and began teaching others . . .

In 2003 I earned my Permaculture Design Certificate.

In 2009 I created DVD on how to grow food that went viral. 

In 2013 I was featured by National Geographic as an expert in survival and preparedness in the second season of their hit series “Doomsday Preppers”.

In 2017 I was featured in an award-winning Reuters contest on food sustainability.

In 2019 I was added to Who’s Who In America® for all the backyard gardens I’ve helped create.   (Yes, it really surprised me too . . .  I mean, isn’t that list only for big politicians and famous actors?)

And, while I don’t know if you are ever really prepared​ . . . I do have some skills. 

 

Can I Help You Pick Out The Best Gun For Personal Defense?

No, that is not what I am about. 

Yes, I do understand that as things deteriorate, there will be more violence. 

And, yes, I do have guns, ammo, and the skills to use them.  Yes, absolutely.

I am also training in Shotokan Karate and JuJitsu.  I am a huge believer in practicing situational awareness.

Yes, the world is likely to get much more dangerous. 

But, one of the truths about long term survival in hard times is that you are far more likely to die from starvation than from a bullet. 

And, while I recognize the dangers, I am primarily about working together and building community.

 

The Skills Most Overlooked Are The Ones You Most Desperately Need

I grew up in the South.  In high school, I loved to play sports and I was also in the chorus.  Our teachers and coaches would often stop the bus on field trips to visit historical sites.  Many of those sites were battlefields from the Civil war.

The focus was always on the men: who fought, who died, who won.

I always wondered: what did the women and children do during those times?  

Who kept those men fed, made medicines, treated their wounds, managed the farms and ranches while the strongest were off fighting?  

How did families survive when the cupboards were bare and the tools melted down for weapons?

The focus of a crisis is often on the flashy news, the ‘war’, and the violence.  The media is famous for saying “if it bleeds, it leads”.

But, how do you handle the day-to-day of real life?  How do you feed your family when the shelves are empty?  How do you clean a wound when there is no doctor?  How do you make shoes so you aren’t hobbled?  How do you live when the fridge is out?  Where can you find wild foods?  How do you preserve food when you find a bounty?

In our modern age, who knows these skills and how can you acquire them?

 

Skills Transfer From People Who Really Live This

I knew that someday the skills, stories, and wisdom from all my crazy friends would someday be very important.  Over two decades I’ve collected what I could learn from them.  Sometimes I only got the info holding a hand-held video while out in the bush, sometimes I had a video producer create beautiful footage, and sometimes I talked them through the technology of how to create a powerpoint presentation. 

And, I’ve managed to record a lot of really useful stuff.

This is raw, real, and powerful information.

What I’ve collected, I have gathered in the package of presentations I am calling the “Off-Grid Survival Toolkit”.

 

The Off-Grid Survival Toolkit

The Off-Grid Survival Toolkit is a set of 27 unique presentations covering crucial topics related to living, and thriving​, during an extended emergency. 

Each presentation is anywhere from 38 minutes to over an hour. 

​You will receive both video and audio files for each presentation, plus full PDF transcripts. 

And of course, ​it is all fully downloadable.

Here are the categories and topics I've ​​​gathered up for you:


Medicine

 

Emergency 1st Aid: How To Assess Injured Bodies If 911 Isn’t Coming
Jed Adamson

The Coming Antibiotics Apocalypse
Mike Adams

Herbal Treatment Of Wounds And Lacerations
Dr. Patrick Jones

 

​Medicinal Plants: The Apocalypse Apothecary
​Dr. Patrick Jones

50 Shades Of Blue, Natural Remedies For Our Daily Angst And Anxiety
Deb Swanson

 

 

Pioneer Skills

 

What It’s Like To Attend A Primitive Skills Gathering
Marjory Wildcraft

Property Purchase Checklist
Geoff Lawton

Understanding And Predicting Your Weather
Capt’n Dave

Home Death Care: Reclaiming The Healing Power Of Death
Dani Lavoire

​​How To Make Your Own Tarahumara-Style Sandals
​​​Doug Simons

​​​Buckskin Clothing: A Beautiful Working Wardrobe From Your Backyard
​​​Woniya Thibeault

 

Food Production

​​Predator ID: Who Killed Your Chicken?
​​Justin Rhodes

​​​10 Strategies For Growing Food In A Changing Climate
​​​Marjory Wildcraft

​Secret Greenhouse Of Survival
​​​​Rick Austin

 

Compost Everything (Even Your Enemies)
David the Good

Free Chicken Feed: 3 DIY Systems For Growing Insects For Your Girls
Anne-Marie "Dash" Miller

 

Foraging

 

Harvesting And Using Acorns: The 10 Minute Method
Scott Sexton

Botany In A Day
Tom Elpel

24 Of The Most Useful Wild Plants
Martin Payne

 

Beginners Guide To Hunting Deer For Food
Jackson Landers

Road Kill: How To Judge The Edibility Of Found Meat
Red Louvish

 

Food Preparation

 

How To Cook On A Woodburning Stove
Lehman’s

​​Cooking With A Rocket Oven
​Paul Wheaton

​Cooking With The Power Of The Sun
​​​​​Paul Munsen


 

Food ​Preservation

 

How To Build An On-Farm Smokehouse
Meredith Leigh

​​​​How To Preserve Food With Water Bath and Pressure Canning
​​​​Kendra Lynne

Living Without Refrigeration
Woniya Thibeault


 

Plus, I've Got 7 Bonus eBooks For You

I just really wanted to make sure you had these.  They aren’t videos so they didn’t quite fit into the package above. 

I am just tossing them in. 

You’ll need them.

Oh, I’ve had a LOT of people tell me the eBook on finding the perfect survival retreat alone was worth the cost of the entire bundle. 

One more thing, 4th graders love reading the Snakebite! story.  Be sure to share ​this one with your kids and grandkids!

  7 Shortcuts To Finding The Perfect Survival Retreat
A $250 Value
How Much Land Do You Need To Be Food Self-Reliant
​A $30 Value

Snakebite!: How I Treated A Venomous Snakebite At Home
​A $30 Value
​Simple & Effective Watering Systems For Small Livestock
​A $15 Value

Garlic: Your First Home Medicine
​A $15 Value

How To Tan A Rabbit Hide
A $15 Value

25 Herbs For Emergencies & Survival
A $25 Value

 

An Offer So Unbelievable, You Can't Refuse

The full value of this information is priceless.

It has taken me years to gather and record these presentations. The time, the travel, developing the relationships,​ and extensive testing . . .

Google is completely clueless when it comes to truly gain these kinds of skills. 

And, good luck wading through all the crap on YouTube. 

A friend suggested that each presentation should be valued at $30 each, which would make a total value of $810.

But, that’s ridiculous right now. 

I know times are tough.

I know you are in a difficult spot.

I know you are worried.

I’m going to do something completely crazy and let you decide how much you want to pay.

Yes, you read that correctly. 

You can choose how much you think this information is worth to you!

I do have to set a minimum - it's not free to ​bring all this information online to so many after all. 

​However, ​the $25 minimum is ​less than my estimated cost to bring this entire Toolkit to you.

And, I ​know this information will help if you're ​feeling desperate, so I'm willing to take a loss. 

​If you're worried - but otherwise in a good place in the midst of growing uncertainty - ​I ask you to consider "paying it forward" for those less fortunate and help me continue to deliver this caliber of knowledge to all who need it.  

 

As always, your purchase today is backed by our simple but honest 100% money-back guarantee. There are no special exclusions. No weird restrictions or catches to worry about. 

I want you to be happy with your purchase.

So if you’re anything short of completely satisfied, simply let us know within 60 days for a complete refund of monies paid.

And we’ll swiftly and kindly process your refund, without hassle.

Because that’s how we like to be treated. So that’s how we’ll treat you, too!

3% of profits from all Grow Network products are donated to the “Earth Recovery Foundation,” a nonprofit organization that provides grants to backyard researchers working on issues critical to individual and family-scale sustainability.

These skills, stories, and wisdom from all my crazy friends ​will help you create a sense of calm in your life as you regain the knowledge of how to rely on yourself, especially when everything seems to be falling apart.

​My Off-Grid Survival Toolkit represents over two decades of extensive (and often expensive) training I have ​learned along my own journey to self-sufficiency. I believe these skills will only become more important as we wade through rough times. ​

​Remember, this is raw, ​immediately useful, and powerful information.

I do have to set a minimum - it's not free to ​bring all this information online to so many after all. 

​However, ​the $25 minimum is ​less than my estimated cost to bring this entire Toolkit to you.

And, I ​know this information will help if you're ​feeling desperate, so I'm willing to take a loss. 

​If you're worried - but otherwise in a good place in the midst of growing uncertainty - ​I ask you to consider "paying it forward" for those less fortunate and help me continue to deliver this caliber of knowledge to all who need it.