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Climate Change got you down? Worried about the fact that *everything* seems to be getting worse? Wondering how we got to this point in the first place, and what can we do to build a more resilient future? We take a look at historical pastoral & agricultural societies to see what worked and what didn’t, as well as what resources we have today to make better decisions to build equitable systems. We don’t just discuss ecology and history but also take a leftist perspective on prepping, foraging, homesteading, weapons, community-building, and basically anything that needs discussing during late-stage capitalism.

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Reviews

5 out of 5 stars from 250 ratings
  • Science based podcast for growers

    Would not have assumed that podcast with this title would quickly become my favorite ”garden” podcast. Tackles important issues and has science based non-looney take on permaculture, growing your own food and prepping.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    YennieHope
    Finland5 months ago
  • Delightfully informative and entertaining

    First (and only) podcast to make me want to get ducks.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    jønathan david
    United States5 months ago
  • Montana kid

    I just recently found this show, and I truly believe that it offers incredible insight not only to prepper methods, but also leftist history, prepper history, and community growth. Thank you for putting in all of this wonderful work.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    awellsjordan
    United States5 months ago
  • So enjoyable

    We need more solutions based shows like this one. I’m slowly making my way through, and am enjoying everything so far.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    agricolopterix
    United States5 months ago
  • amazing listening for the concerned

    this is one of the best sources of information I have ever listened to on the subject of prepping and societal collapse. Andy and Elliot doing an absolutely amazing job explaining difficult to understand Concepts. they also bring an air of freshness to the conversation and highlight points of views that are often neglected. I cannot recommend that podcast enough

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