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Survival Gear & Emergency Preparedness

Survival Gear & Emergency Preparedness

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Homestead Survival - Natural Remedies

Emergency prep items

50 Survival Items You Forgot To Buy

How To Build a Solar-Powered Water Heater, solar water heater, how to make free hot water, free hot water, frugal, homesteading,

How to make a rain barrel for $18 | Greener by the Week

How to make a rain barrel for $18

Bug Out Bag

72 Hour Kits and Survival Bags Part 2

Designed by a nurse, this First Aid Kit will have you prepared for just about any emergency you could encounter. Tons of great ideas on what to include for your own! Via A Bowl Full of Lemons

Because Petroleum Jelly Glows in black light, smear it in entrances you want to check back on later. If there's not glowing footprints, its an unused entrance.

Emergency 72 Hour Packs for Two from Soda Pop Avenue. Download the entire list of items for free!

Emergency 72 Hour Family Packs

What to Know When Storing Water

What to Know When Storing Water | The Homestead Survival

Store charcoal in 5 gallon buckets. 1 Bag of Charcoal Briquettes will make it possible for you to cook 1 Meal a Day for a whole month. It's a great storage item to have on hand. Add a couple bottles of starter fluid and you're good to go!

How to Bug-In: What You Need to Know to Survive a Grid-Down Disaster

DIY Coffee Can Survival Kit – Survival Supplies List

72 Hour Kits Ideas and List of item to buy/pack

Emergency Survival 72 Hour Kits | Six Sisters' Stuff

tackle box first aid kit

Sarah with an H: Every House Needs This

6 Strategies to Lighten Your Bug Out Bag -Posted March 31, 2014 By Creek

Free Survival EBooks.Great to have some on your phone.

Mom’s EDC – Or the everyday carry stuff I have crammed into my pockets and purse just in case the zombies rise

5 Gallon Bucket: Emergency Kit

CRKT ExiTool by Russ Kommer. Better than a LifeHammer because it is always exactly where you need it to be.

Soft Cast using Duct Tape

How to build an outhouse - good to know.

EDC Kit using a Maxpedition Fatty. This organizer can hold a lot of useful gear. For my Get Home Bag, or to provide redundancy for my Bug Out Bag.

A pill holder with a rolled up bill (the bigger the domination the better) makes a nice addition to a keychain. That way if you have your keys you have some cash.

Inuit made kakivak (fishing spear) via Stacey Aglok MacDonald

Wow! like this. Low profile piece of steel slides under mattress, bedding covers the gear. Gun holster, flashlight, pepper spray, handcuffs, etc. slides easily onto bar. Found this at and it's made in here in the U.S.A.