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  1. General Discussion
    The state of Maryland is threatening to sue the state of Pennsylvania over failure to comply with pollution statutes. https://www.fox43.com/article/news/maryland-governor-seeks-lawsuit-against-pennsylvania-epa-over-chesapeake-bay-water-pollution/521-98ad04f6-eaf7-48e5-bc42-78bce61d9745 In 2010...
  2. Events, Connections and Get togethers
    Hi Everyone, We are hosting a gathering in central Pennsylvania mid-September. There'll be a lot of cool survival/bushcraft/outdoor type stuff going on. Plus Creek Stewart from "Fat Guys in the Woods" and Dan Wowak from season 3 of "Alone" will be there! If you are interested, check out the...
  3. Knives, Swords & Axes
    I'm looking for a good protective knife that i can carry in pennsylvania. I live in western PA, ive been told the max blafe length is 3 inches or the size of your palm. Can anyone confirm this with actual evidence? Maybe a link or document?
  4. Pennsylvania
    Being in Pennsylvania, we deal with our fair share of winter. Having a Bug Out Bag that is properly equipped for all four seasons can be a challenge. Once your components are assembled you often end up with a pack that is too heavy/bulky. I know I would certainly like to drop some pounds from...
  5. New Member Introduction
    Hi, I'm Brad and just joined in hopes of networking with other preppers and survivalists in my area. I have been working on survival skills for about 12 years following wilderness training with an outdoors club in NH. I learned in the White mountains and took it back to PA and have practiced...
  6. Firearms General Discussion
    Yesterday, without any announcement, the PA Attorney General and Bloomberg plant, Kathleen G. Kane, dropped reciprocity with Utah's carry permit. She's has already dropped FL, WV, and AZ in the last year. This is a big deal for those of us in NJ since NJ is a no-issue state, a lot of us have...
  7. Events, Connections and Get togethers
    So I relocated to north east pa and am looking for local preppers. I am a longtime member and had a good group in kentucky but had to move since i got out of the army and couldnt stand the area around campbell anymore. So here it is i am looking for local preppers with military or like...
  8. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Hi All Does anyone have a successful Aquaponics setup going in South Central PA? Me and a few other are interested in learning. I have been doing some research online, and it seems your specific environment has a fair impact one what works, and what doesn't work. So thus I think I would like...
  9. Events, Connections and Get togethers
    Hi! I was wondering if there is anyone "out there" who really likes to hike/backpack for a few nights. I have done a few solo trips mostly one night and honestly would MUCH rather have some company. I did the Black Forest, Old Loggers, Chuck Keiper, and Pinchot trails last summer. :)...
  10. Events, Connections and Get togethers
    Hey guys, I'm pretty new to the site and only about 6-8mo. Into prepping, but I've stockpiled a bunch of stuff this far and kinda wanted to throw out a flag and maybe see if there are any like minded people close by that would like to get together? Possibly one day talk about a community. Let me...
  11. Looking For - Want To Buy From Vendors
    Hi, im looking for land for sale in Pennsylvania which has homestead potential. Looking for old farm with wooded areas abundant, wildlife and that is in an elevated/flood resistant area suitable for, uh, potential underground living. If anyone can recommend a website, realtor or possible...
  12. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    Whooo yah! This weeks wild edible weed is Common Plantain or Broadleaf Plantain. You can eat the leaves, you can use them to treat bug bites, snakebites and even stop bleeding. Go read all about it! And enjoy the Video! Mr Twenty Twenty...
  13. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    This Wild Edible Weed of The Week is Goosefoot! It really is a plant, not part of a goose, and it is delicious! Carol took some great photos of it for you, and I did a tiny little write up - you can read it here: http://www.nativeeyes.com/lambs-quarters-goose-foot/ If you are in SW...
  14. Events, Connections and Get togethers
    Ok I am posting this now so all can plan and hopefully we will get a good turn out. Memorial Day weekend 2011 I am proposing a camping trip to Switzer lake in the George Washington Nat. Forest.Located about 10 miles from Va/WV border on Rt 33.I think this is a very central area for many and the...
  15. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    Whooo yah! This weeks weed of the week, is a common lawn weed, that I bet most of us nibbled on as kids. Wood Sorrel is a great trail side and common lawn nibble, that will quench your thirst, and it's an easy one to impress your friends with! Go read all about it here: Edible Weed of The...
  16. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    It's what you often overlook, that will either kill you, or save your life. Red Clover is high in protein. Something that is often overlooked by herbalists, survivalists, and foragers. The leaves and flowers can be eaten raw, or cooked, and it's fun to eat something so pretty. <grin> Enjoy...
  17. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    Whooo yah! Just put up the Edible Weed of The Week here: http://www.nativeeyes.com/chickweed-edible-weed-of-the-week/ I really love eating chickweed, and Carol and I gather it several times a week to add to salads, and rice dishes. It reminds me of what Sweet Corn used to taste like, when I...
  18. New Member Introduction
    Thought I would say hi, I am still browsing through a lot of old threads and really enjoy it. I see a lot of good information and sincere posts. I like that.
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