I know — food storage, survival planning, gathering survival supplies, survival skills — it all seems overwhelming. Every day there are headlines in the news that "should" motivate each of us to prepare as quickly as we can.
Survival planning isn't just for "the other guy." Adversity can happen to any of us. Unemployment, hurricane season, floods, storms that knock out power, and other disasters happen fairly often — somewhere in the world.
Store enough supplies to last at least two weeks (when evacuation is not required).
This should include:
Begin putting away enough supplies to last 3 - 6 months (staying where you are or moving to another location where you have stashed these supplies).
Store enough food and supplies to last 2+ years.
This is where your efforts grow exponentially. Preparing for a long term survival situation takes, not only money, but time. Yes, you should continue to add to your food storage too, but learn self reliance skills as you add food.
Numerous articles have stated that the entire world is only 3 days away from starvation - meaning, in 3 days after a disaster there would be no more food in the stores. This has actually happened in the recent past as disasters struck New York, Japan, Indonesia and other places.
Are you ready? Because if you hear it on the 6 o'clock news, it's already too late.
Besides adding to your own survival supplies, remember what great gifts freeze-dried food or other survival supplies will make to adult children, grandparents, aunts, uncles, neighbors - everyone. There are even gifts for kids — light sticks, flashlights, freeze-dried ice cream and MORE!
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Flood Preparedness - Floods are a natural disaster that can happen no matter where you live, but especially if you live in a low-lying area, near water, at the bottom of a hill/mountain, or downstream from a dam.
Evacuation planning is important so everyone in your family will know exactly what to do in case there's a fire, earthquake, flood, terrorist attack or other disaster.
Tactical pens are for writing just as other pens are. But when the word 'tactical' is used to describe anything, you can safely assume that it has other uses not associated with writing.
You'll never worry about a power outage again with the variety of ways available to cook your family a hot meal. Use highly efficient charcoal, wood chips and sticks, or propane to boil, grill, fry or bake using very little fuel. You can cook an entire meal with as little as 6 briquettes or a handful of sticks and pinecones.
Wondering how to use all that food you have stored? Learn what to sustitute for fresh when it's not available. Join us for easy-to-prepare recipes to use your food storage.
How to find an emergency water supply. How do you purify water for storage? Where am I going to store it? It takes up a lot of space and it's heavy. How much IS enough for my family? How much per day per person?
Can your family survive for 72 hours, or even 36 or 24 hours without electricity, water, or gas? Have you stored enough survival supplies to provide food, water, shelter, and sanitary facilities for an extended period of time? Have you learned enough survival techniques to improvise if necessary? A disaster can strike with . . .
Long term food storage, bulk food storage is a good place to begin your emergency food storage plan.
How many hours do you spend in your car each week? In any crisis, auto emergency kits could save lives or be a 'get home' bag in a grid-down situation.