Peak Prosperity

By Arthur2014 on Sat, May 23, 2015 - 10:55pm

meeting Martin Armstrong

Some days ago I had the opportunity  to attend a public discussion with Martin Armstrong after a presentation of the film “The Forecaster” in Germany.

The German producer, Marcus Vetter, and Martin Armstrong attended the opening night of their film in some German cities. After the presentation they met the audience to discuss the film.


Peak Prosperity in the Mitten

We invite preparedness-minded people in Michigan to join us for discussion and sharing. We seek to apply Peak Prosperity principles, news and information to our region. Let's see what happens and where interested families can work together in individual and community opportunities to protect, preserve and prepare for the next 20 years.

By Time2help on Tue, Jun 10, 2014 - 2:51pm

Local PP Meetup and Potluck Bar-B-Que

This will be a "bring your favorite" dish potluck. I'll work the bar-b-que side of things, and will send out more details two weeks prior.

Please RSVP if you could - Post reply or PM works fine (just looking for an approximate headcount).




SW Ohio / SE Indiana / N Kentucky

A support group for Peak Prosperity members located in or interested in SW Ohio / SE Indiana / N Kentucky.  With abundant water, farmland, modest population and moderate population, This area may be one of the best locations to end up in.

By mutschler on Tue, Sep 3, 2013 - 11:57am

Crash Course presentation in West Linn

Resiliency Organization of West Linn

reviews the Crash Course by Chris Martenson

'Resilience' is the ability to easily adjust to and recover from change.


Pagosa Peak Prosperity

Early Stages but here goes.

Just moved here prior to reading "The Crash Course" so Ive prepared for nothing which the future might hold.

Pagosa Spring has amazing beauty and great community, all supported by many gas stations and one supermarket. Without these I'm not sure I, like many would have got here. So to imaging this town without the trucks bringing in the resources to live, suddenly this place wouldn't be so easy to survive.

By NorthCentral_Missouri on Sat, Mar 2, 2013 - 1:01pm

If you live within 250 miles of zip 64628, what resilient/sustainable actions have you taken to improve your part of the world?

What post-peak skills do you have are are you developing?
Do you live without flush toilets at home?
What food do you raise at home?
What have you repaired yourself this past year?
How do you live without public water supply?
How will you get along when the power goes out for several days?
How will you get along when you get snowed in for several days? 
What else might you do to improve the ability of your neighborhood (15 mile radius)