Top-Ten-List-Of-Not-Famous-Yet-Preparedness-Sites

by Todd Walker

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It’s always interesting to see lists of Top Prepper/Survivalist Websites. Some have defined ways of actually ranking these sites, which lends credibility to the list.

When I started this blog in April of last year, I began to discover so many websites that focus on the vast and deep subject of preparedness and self-reliance. If I add a link to my ever-growing Blogroll and Resources page, it’s because I’ve found the author(s) to be helpful to my personal journey in preparedness. Some of these fine folks I actually network with via email, comments, and occasional guest posts. It’s building community online – virtually.

The blogs I’m about to highlight are not going to be found on the Top Ten Lists making their rounds through the preppersphere…. Yet. However, I find their content original and outside the box at times – which is a good thing. Here’s my Top-Ten-List-Of-Not-Famous-Yet-Preparedness-Sites in no particular order.

The Backyard Provider (A Journal of Honest Food, Freedom, and The Natural World by Michael Patrick McCarty. Just found Mike. Excellent stuff.)

Resilient News (True resilience isn’t any single thing you do. It’s the cumulative impact of the many things you’ve done and the systems you’ve put in motion.)

SchemaByte (Preparedness against job loss, natural disaster, and grid down. Really enjoy his style of writing.)

The Organic Prepper (Daisy Luther – It’s prepping with a different mindset – we stockpile our food with an eye towards avoiding the GMOs, the processed foods, the chemicals and the drugs that are such a part of the North American food supply) Note: If Daisy isn’t on the normal top ten lists, she’ll show up soon. Her excellent posts are showing up all over the net.

Bug Out Nutrition (Applying the science of nutrition to survivor scenarios. JP Martin spends his time slaying the conventional wisdom of foods we eat and store.)

Survival Punk (James Burnette – A Primal/Paleo approved prepper website. His punk attitude isn’t what you might think.)

Prepared Christian (Chris Ray blogs about preparedness from a Christian world-view. Get to know him better here.)

Prepography (The Art & Study of Self-Reliance)

My Family Survival Plan (A survival website/ alternative news dedicated on keeping the American public aware of the daily and future dangers. This blog is growing rapidly.)

Sensible Survival (This is a blog about common sense preparedness for sensible individuals. I’ve posted several of Hank’s articles and ideas here. Sensible stuff indeed.)

I realize there are many more fine blogs and websites out there quietly growing and adding value to the online community. If you’d like to recommend any additional links, please leave a comment and I’ll do a scouting report.

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31 thoughts on “Top-Ten-List-Of-Not-Famous-Yet-Preparedness-Sites

  1. Thank you for adding me to the list, I’m honored! I am not familiar with some of the other sites and look forward to checking them out.

    Chris Ray

  2. Thanks for the mention and the praise on my writing style! This article was also reblogged to http://beforeitsnews.com/, so you know.

  3. Thank you for mentioning our website, and for the list of other bloggers. We are all in this together, though we all may strive to get there in our own way.

    Food Freedom!

    Mike

  4. MI Patriot

    Here are 3 sites that I enjoy reading. I subscribe to lots of these sites, but some of them are the “big guys” not the little known ones. The food storage ladies are from the LDS in Utah. Off the Grid has a lot of interesting and off-the-wall things that you never knew, but are now glad you do.

    http://foodstoragemadeeasy.net/

    http://thesurvivalmom.com/aboutcontact/about/

    http://www.offthegridnews.com/

  5. Thank you so much for mentioning my website! :) You just made my day!

    Daisy

  6. Thanks for the vote of confidence! Prepography isn’t even a year old yet and we recently topped 100k pageviews thanks to our loyal readers and colleagues like Sherpa.

    Andrew J. Jackson

  7. Thanks for the mention of my blog and the re-posts that you have done. I am putting a link to your site on my blog.
    Hank at SensibleSurvival.

  8. Thank you so much for mentioning our website and for the re-post! :)

    Anne

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  10. Might I suggest TheReluctantPrepper.com? We are small potatoes, but definitely growing every month.

    • RP, thanks for the recommendation! Yep, I’ve read some of your posts. Very good original content. Just added you to my Blogroll and Resources Page. Thanks man!

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  17. Wow, this is such a great list. I knew maybe 3 or 4, and the rest are definitely all new to me. Thanks for seeking out those diamonds in the rough. They definitely deserve more attention.

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