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When your seedlings get big enough it will be time to transplant them into a paper pot.

For more information and for my recipe for seed-starting soil:
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/start-garden-seeds/

Do you want an inexpensive biodegradable pot to transplant your seedlings into? Make them from newspapers! Cheap, easy and a good way to recycle newspaper.

Be sure to Visit the gardening section of my blog for more ideas on recycling and repurposing in the garden.
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/blog-2/gardening/

Gardening is an important part of your preparedness plan and an essential part of living self-reliantly. This video will walk you through the basics of gardening.
For more detailed information on gardening for self-reliance and preparedness go here:
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/the-basics/gardening-basics/

For links mentioned in the video: https://bit.ly/PHClinks

Gardening is an important part of your preparedness plan and an essential part of living self-reliantly. This video covers how to start your first garden, preparing your first garden bed, what tools you need, creating raised beds, how and why to keep a garden journal.

For more detailed information on gardening for self-reliance and preparedness go here:
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/the-basics/gardening-basics/

For links mentioned in the video: https://bit.ly/PHClinks

Be sure to watch Part 2
https://www.bitchute.com/video/bDLunWre6LjE/

and Part 3
https://www.bitchute.com/video/TSAQThy4t8hS/

Gardening is an important part of your preparedness plan and an essential part of living self-reliantly. This video covers how much to plant, choosing your seeds and how to protect your plants from cold weather.

For more detailed information on gardening for self-reliance and preparedness go here:
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/the-basics/gardening-basics/

For links mentioned in the video: https://bit.ly/PHClinks

Be sure to watch Part 1
https://www.bitchute.com/video/cfiQNzQ8PndE/

And Part 3
https://www.bitchute.com/video/TSAQThy4t8hS/

Gardening is an important part of your preparedness plan and an essential part of living self-reliantly. This video covers how to rotate crops, how to protect against disease, get rid of pests and how to fertilize.
For more detailed information on gardening for self-reliance and preparedness go here:
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/the-basics/gardening-basics/

For links mentioned in the video: https://bit.ly/PHClinks

Be sure to watch Part 1
https://www.bitchute.com/video/cfiQNzQ8PndE/

And Part 2
https://www.bitchute.com/video/bDLunWre6LjE/

If you have an emergency plan for the first three minutes and the first three days of a disaster, congratulations! Now it's time to move on to the three-month plan.

This video takes you through all the steps you need to take in order to have a functional 3-month plan.

Covering: Finances, acquiring a 3-month food storage, the best way to store food, how to determine how much you need and how to keep inventory so that nothings spoils, water storage, and everything else you need to make your three month plan work.

Links:
https://bit.ly/prep_links

Workbook:
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/product/getting-started-ebook/

Part one: covers the 3 minute and 3 day plan:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/b1DM9of6IlS2/

The first steps to Emergency Preparedness include the Bug Out Bag and the 72-hour Kit. I'll show you how to start creating an emergency plan for nearly every kind of disaster.

Links to information mentioned in the video:
Three page worksheet to help you create a 3-minute and 3-day preparedness plan:
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/product/create-your-family-emergency-plan/

More information on Bug Out Bag:
http://bit.ly/PHC_bugout

Articles on 72 hour kits:
http://bit.ly/PHC_72hrkit
http://bit.ly/PHC_tipsfor72hrkit
http://bit.ly/PHC_updatekit

In-depth workbook to help you map out a personalized preparedness plan:
https://bit.ly/PHC_getting_started

Everything you need to know about preparedness:
http://bit.ly/PHC_PreparednessStepbyStep

Part Two covers what to prepare for and creating your three-minute and three-day plan: https://www.bitchute.com/video/ROFSEDnWc2AS/

This is Abel's first taste of Natto. He says it's "not bad". I dunno. I think I'll just have to take his word for it.

See how I made these compost tumblers and the racks that make them easy to use. Since I used mostly salvaged materials, each compost tumbler cost about $8 and each rack cost less than $10.

For more ideas on gardening and self-reliant living, visit my blog at:
www.ProvidentHomeCompanion.com

Details about this video:
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/2017-garden-projects/
More gardening articles:
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/blog-2/gardening/

Using the Stickler for the first time, we put it through its paces. Starting at about 1:30 watch him split a log about 2' diameter in 3.5 minutes. After that he takes on one that has a huge knot (from a branch.) Turn it off at about 6:20 if you don't want to hear some really bad puns.

More information on our wood splitting: https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/wood-splitting/

This is a short little demonstration on how to shred collards. The experienced cooks will say "Well, duh!" but for those new to collards, this might be helpful.

Be sure to check out my recipe for Caldo Verde as well as other uses for collards and kale: https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/recipe-three-collard-recipes/

How you prepare depends on what you're preparing for. Have you thought through the kinds of emergencies, disasters or crisis you might want to be prepared for? What are you preparing for?

Click here for a workbook to help you create and implement a personalized preparedness plan:
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/product/getting-started-ebook/

Click here for more articles on emergency preparedness:
https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/the-basics/emergency-prep-basics/

Raised beds will increase your garden's yield and decrease the time you have to put into weeding and cultivating. You can reduce the cost of raised beds by using salvaged or repurposed wood. Watch this video to see how I did mine.

For more information: https://www.providenthomecompanion.com/raised-beds-on-a-budget/

Please forgive the blurriness. It was nighttime and the moth was flying around so fast, it was hard to keep it focused and centered. But hopefully you can get a good idea of how fascinating this moth is. I've seen two hummingbird moths in the 16 yrs we've lived here and tonight my husband and I saw two (along with several hundred regular moths, all swarming the lilac bushes.) You can clearly see its proboscis at about 0:38 and again at 1:06.

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