Check out survival blogger/author David the Good at The Survival Gardener.com.
His focus on gardening, culturing trees, and managing water for economic production of foodstuffs is rare among survival bloggers, and he writes engagingly. To wit, in a post about managing water storage:
Mosquitoes can take a great idea and make it a health hazard. As new viruses sweep around the world, people are rightly concerned about the danger of harvesting rainwater improperly. Even old tires hold enough water to breed mosquitoes, so a rain barrel has the capability of breeding thousands of the bloodsuckers.
No matte how you define “survival,” he can hook you up. Maybe for you, coffee is not a luxury but a staple. Consider growing your own, if your climate suits the plant.
I have wanted to grow big piles of delicious coffee for a long time. Back in Florida I grew multiple coffee plants and even sold then in my nursery, but the climate wasn’t the best so I was stuck keeping my big coffee tree in a pot in the greenhouse or bringing it inside during frosts.
I did well enough with coffee, tea and yaupon holly that I wrote a little booklet on growing it, thanks to the additional help of Kona coffee farmer Gary Strawn (owner of Kona Earth coffee, which tastes amazing) who corrected some of my more exuberant ideas.
We’re not coffee drinkers, but we enjoy David’s presentation of practical means of securing nature’s bounty to yourself and your posterity. If you like this stuff, make his blog a regular read (and throw some coin his way for his books).