When the chaos dies down and you're sick of canned food, what will your long term plan be?

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ZAF Gardening Apron

Posted on December 29th, by Leah in Clothing. Comments Off on ZAF Gardening Apron

Only $10!

This all around gardening apron can be used for all sorts of things! With three divisional pockets across the front, you can hold seed packets, gardening tools, your local survival map, and ipod of zombie killing or gardening music! It can be removed and used to clean up spills, zombie gook, and you can wipe your dirty hands on it because, of course, it’s machine washable. Printed on black poly / cotton twill, this apron is durable and heavyweight (7.5 oz). And it wouldn’t be proper Zombie Apocalypse Farmer attire without the international ZAF badge printed on the left side. The apron itself measures 23″w x 11″h. Get yours so you’re prepared for anything!

We’ve also had people order these to use as cash aprons at events like Free Comic Book Day and Comic Con! The uses are endless!

Just $10 + $3.95  FREE shipping

(If you live in CO, you will be charged 2.9% sales tax)


Join the Zombie Apocalypse Farmer Corps

Posted on November 9th, by Kathy in Becoming a Farmer. Comments Off on Join the Zombie Apocalypse Farmer Corps

The ZAF (Zombie Apocalpyse Farmer) Corps is a global force for good and we want you!

The ZAF Corps will save the world in the event of a Zombie Apocalypse by growing the food we’ll need.  Wherever there’s a well-fenced yard, a deck, a patio, or a wide window ledge, Zombie Apocalypse Farmers will plant fresh veggies. These “Victory Gardens” will support our troops and survivors at home by making sure they have the food they need to beat back the zombies.  Start practicing this Spring, and you’ll be on your way!

You can be a ZAF Corps hero and we can help.  Over the winter, we’ll be publishing “Quick! Plant Something!” garden guides.  Each one will show you the 5 or 6 simple steps to get your garden growing this Spring.  Our first issue is all about building raised beds – the no arduous digging, no rototilling, no sweating (or at least not much) way to make a place to plant your veggies.  It’s free, so check it out here!  Our next two issues will show you a really easy way to start from seed if you don’t feel like buying seedlings from the store, and how to grow everything you … Read More »