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Documents to have with your emergency preparedness
List Of Important Documents | The Homestead Survival
Keep potting soil where it belongs – in the pot Before placing soil in a pot, cover the hole in the bottom with a coffee filter. This will prevent the soil from leaking out and yet will allow the excess water to drain properly. natur coffe, emerg prepar, thing emerg, natur filter, prepared, filter 1000cs, coffee filters, flower, coffe filter
28 Reasons to Use Coffee Filters for Survival | Wake Up World
Homemade meals ready to make for a 3 month supply of dinners. This site has all sorts of food storage plans and helps.
Meals Ready to Eat a Three-Month Supply
Prepared LDS Family: Why Stock Up on Paper and Plastic Items
10 Tips That Will Guarantee You Have Food if SHTF. 1. Grow your own. 2. Learn to can. 3. Have supplemental power (ie; generator to keep freezer running). 4. Zip your lips, have a way to defend your food. 5. Get creative about food storage, under beds, in closets, in crawl spaces, etc. 6. Have alternate cooking methods, grill, rocket stove, 7. Learn to cook from scratch. 8. Live off natures bounty, hunting, foraging. 9. Store food properly. 10. Depend on yourself, not the government. foods, backdoor surviv, prepper, emerg, disast, case, prepared, food storag, homestead
Great list for a 72 hr. bug out bag. Always keep a tag on the outside with expiration dates of products inside. Check once per month and rotate items as needed to keep the quality of your supplies. Its not a great thing to find out your emergency medicine stash is out of date when you need it the most. bug out bag list, bob, 72 hour, prep ii, zombi, surviv, prepper unit, prepared, bug out bags
Beginning to Prep II
Beginners Guide To Prepping For Doomsday
The Gear You Need for Hurricane Season | Outdoor Life Survival
Good Article: The 7 core areas of preparedness (Food, Water, Heat, Light, Sanitation, Medical, Safety) and The Rule of 3 - what this means is have 1 main & 2 backup methods of doing whatever needs to be done (a backup to your backup). Cooking, heating, lighting, and communications are all aspects that need backups of backups in case the primary method(s) are incapacitated. foods, prepper community, cooking, core area, heat, light, survival preparedness, backup, prepared food
Toilet Paper Preparedness vs. True Resilience
Prepper Chicks - great resource on preparedness, from a truly female perspective!