Art is a former college math teacher and a family man through and through. As a father and grandfather, he’s always been concerned with keeping his loved ones safe from any disaster we may face in America.
He believes we are all much more vulnerable today, compared to previous generations, especially when it comes to our food.
Most importantly, our grandparents knew how preserve the food they grew by turning it into superfoods that would last for months or even years without electricity in their pantries and root-cellars.
Art’s father, who recently passed away at the age of 93, taught him a lot of things our grandparents knew and we need to remember.
He also instilled in Art a burning curiosity for how the world works and a desire to help his fellow man.
Before he went to the Lord his father asked Art for one final thing: to help him restore the lost survival knowledge of previous generations.
While his death devastated Art, it also made him realize that a big part of his father’s survival knowledge and skills would vanish with him. And how many more just like him are out there in the world?