JUMPSTART: Food4 – Instructions and Knowledge Management

November 3, 2015

in Food, Jumpstart

JUMPSTART is a survival methodology that includes consideration of others around us who are either not aware of the need to prepare for emergencies or have made a decision to lower the priority of that need.
For an introduction see: JUMPSTART: Overview

This is the fourth part of a series of five articles on Food.

Instructions and Knowledge Management
Knowledge and instructions are often the greatest need in survival situations.

Instructions – Checklist
JS-INSTRUCTIONS-FOOD.doc

NUTRITION
calories in food sources.xls
Food Planning – calories.xls

STORED FOOD
Stored Food Inventory.xls

GARDENING
book – “How to Grow More Vegetables and Fruits (and Fruits, Nuts, Berries, Grains, and Other Crops) Than You Ever Thought Possible on Less Land Than You Can Imagine”
book – “Gaia’s Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture”
book – “Gardening When It Counts: Growing Food in Hard Times”
book – “Vegetable Gardening in the SouthWest”
book – “Seed to Seed”

FORAGING
JS-INSTRUCTIONS-FOOD-QUAIL.doc
Eat-Mesquite2.pdf
book – “Edible and Useful Plants of Texas and the Southwest”
book – “Subsistence: A Guide For The Modern Hunter Gatherer – Hunting, Trapping, Fishing & Foraging For A Living in Central Texas”
book – “Essential Wild Food Survival Guide”

LIVESTOCK
Rabbits
book – “Raising Rabbits”
pdf_645.pdf

Quail
JS-INSTRUCTIONS-FOOD-QUAIL.doc
Quail – extracted from MicroLivestock.doc
AR230 Moraes pag50-54.pdf
brooding.pdf

HUNTING/TRAPPING/FISHING
book – “Subsistence: A Guide For The Modern Hunter Gatherer – Hunting, Trapping, Fishing & Foraging For A Living in Central Texas”

Knowledge Management

  • Collect food production process information
  • Document sources and authorities
  • Categorize information and sources
  • Print INSTRUCTION document with summary and checklist on top (hardcopy)
  • Distribute information

RELATED ARTICLES:
Foraging for Food
Garden – Amaranth Grain
Primitive Self Made Traps
Rabbits – butchering
…all articles on FOOD

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