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Even though I'm not a survivalist, the changing weather makes these items necessary to keep on hand
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Items to keep on hand/ build to your food storage
food for thought
Really good to know! Emergency Closet ideas
Thank you for the informative article about the top 100 items that will disappear in a widespread crisis situation. This is an excellent list for a person's long term emergency survival kit.
Emergency Preparedness Items to keep on hand
Items to keep on hand Interesting!
Survival Zombie Apocalypse: #Survival - 77 Things To Hoard.
The Top 100 Items to Disappear First
37 Critical Food Items you need a 3 month supply of, in case of local or national disaster, or food-storage if you lose your job, etc..
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37 Critical Food Items you need a 3 month supply of, in case of local or national disaster, or food storage if you lose your job, etc..
Be Prepared - List of things that should be in your 72-Hour Kit or Bug-Out Bag. Never hurts to look at different lists, you may find that one thing you hadn't thought of yet.
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A 72 hour survival kit list.
emergency preparedness list
72 Hour emergency kit list -- prepare for storms, evacuations, blizzards, hurricanes, electrical loss, flooding, etc. It's a start.
Another 72 Hour Emergency Kit list of ideas
72 Hour Kit List
5 Things You May Not Have Thought of When Planning for an Emergency
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Things I definitely didn't think of while planning mine.
5 Things You May Not Have Thought of When Planning for an Emergency #Prepper #Survival
70+ Homestead Hacks - SHTF, Emergency Preparedness, Survival Prepping, Homesteading
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70+ Homestead Hacks - Emergency Preparedness, Survival Prepping, Homesteading
Documents to have with your emergency preparedness
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List of Important Documents --create an emergency prepared folder to keep all your important documents
List of Important Documents - Emergency Preparedness - Natural Disaster - Homesteading - Homestead Survival
Survival Zombie Apocalypse: #Survival ~ Documents to have with your emergency preparedness.
Important Documents to keep in emergency kit
List of Important Documents --create an emergency preparedness folder to keep all your important documents in case of a disaster | The Homestead Survival
List Of Important Documents | The Homestead Survival
28 Ways to Use Coffee Filters for Survival
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Coffee filters are ubiquitous. They are inexpensive, light weight and readily available. Today I list 28 reasons why you should include coffee filters in your survival kit and preparedness pantry. By Guest Writer Gaye Levy
I don't drink coffee, but these other uses sound great.
Coffee filters as a survival tool
Coffee Filter Uses - When You Want More than an Average Cup of Joe -Creative Reuse
28 Ways to Use Coffee Filters for Survival -- The "survival" bit is ridiculous. I'm not going to be worried about flavoring my sun tea in a survival situation...but the ideas are good.
28 Reasons to Use Coffee Filters for Survival | Wake Up World
101 unusual things to stock
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101 Unusual Items for an Emergency Preparedness Kit
101 Unusual Things to Stock that You Won't See on Many Other Lists
Homemade meals ready to make for a 3 month supply of dinners. This site has all sorts of food storage plans and helps.
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Homemade meals ready to make for a 3 month supply of dinners. This site has all sorts of food storage plans and helps. Great for planning camping meals to!
Homemade meals ready to make for a 3 month supply of dinners. This site has all sorts of food storage plans and helps. (Good idea starter for own family favorites.)
Meals Ready to Eat a Three-Month Supply
25 Additional Items to Have on Your Bug-In List
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So true!! I'm ready for summer to come back, just sayin' that snow and cold weather can stay up north.
Doomsday Preppers Guide to Prepping using common sence
"Think for a moment about the state of food distribution, as well as the distribution of most other goods in the world. We have destroyed craftsmanship. During the past 20 years, a few great commercial groups, dreadful predators, and capable negotiators have taken advantage of the immense economies of scale available to them, thanks to their networks of cheap suppliers and the great volume of their own purchases, to propagate themselves everywhere. These groups have been welcomed by consumers with open arms. Installed in strategic areas, at the crossroads of the great transportation routes around every city, they have signed off on the disappearance of a large number of small businesses. Collectively, we have agreed to destroy part of our local economic fabric in order to save on goods, which are often of poor quality and/or unneeded. We did not think too carefully on what we were destroying, for these small businesses maintained relations with local food producers, who have now been absorbed by great agricultural enterprises or who have retired and not passed on their knowledge to the young. In the West, in emerging countries and even in the poorest countries, food is bought in supermarkets supplied by trucks, often refrigerated, which drive thousands of kilometers between factories, centers of production, logistical centers, etc. In the United States, 64 percent of goods are transported by highway. In a world of scarce resources and expensive fuel, this may not remain possible for much longer. Every major industry relies on “just in time” delivery. The concept is simple: thanks to tight coordination between a company and its subcontractors, manufacturing is carried out in the most efficient possible way in order to minimize inventory, freeing up storage space, minimizing the risk of obsolescence, and maximizing profits. Pieces necessary for making machines are ordered frequently, but in relatively small quantities. the risks to such a system are delays in supply, the disappearance of suppliers and subcontractors, or strikes. The delay of a single part can shut down the whole system. This risk is usually acceptable because of good management, and because subcontractors can be quickly replaced, temporarily or permanently, with a minimum of planning. Alas, this will not be the case in a time of major crisis. When suppliers are not able to supply — whether from unemployment, closure or sickness — the whole system will come to a halt. This is just what happened on a small scale in 2011, when the tsunami that struck Japan caused the closing of a number of factories in Europe. What is true for industry is also true for the supply chain of consumer goods. In large-scale distribution, thousands of subcontractors, producers, transporters, and logistical workers operate in a coordinated way in order to get food onto supermarket shelves. What you see on the shelves is practically all that the supermarket has in stock. Thanks to powerful computer systems, all this runs like clockwork: precise, efficient, profitable. But at the least problem, the system finds itself under pressure. In case of a major crisis, it stops completely. We have seen in the course of panics like that of the summer of 1990 following the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq, that supermarket shelves were emptied within a few hours of all their stocks of rice, pasta, water, and milk. With an alarmist media, any panic will be quickly amplified. Fifty percent of the world’s population lives in cities, and is totally dependent on these complex supply systems for energy, food, communication, water, transportation, medicine, spare parts, as well as for the evacuation of garbage and waste water. In the Western world, less than two percent of the population is involved in food production (agriculture, hunting, and fishing). This two percent feeds the other 98 percent. You think that’s bad? It gets worse. A good part of our food comes from monoculture farms from poor southern countries, and few of these are capable of self-sufficiency with respect to food. When a major crisis (water scarcity or otherwise) hits, they’ll stop exporting and/or revert to subsistence farming. (Yes, we won’t get our bananas anymore.)” — Piero San Giorgio, Survive—The Economic Collapse
25 Additional Items to Have on Your Bug-In List
Prepared LDS Family: Why Stock Up on Paper and Plastic Items
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Prepared LDS Family: Why Stock Up on Paper and Plastic Items--This lady has some awesome pins!
Prepared LDS Family: Why Stock Up on Paper and Plastic Items (this is a blog to follow. All kinds of food storage & emergency preparedness a little at a time!)
Prepared Family: Why Stock Up on Paper and Plastic Items--This lady has some awesome pins!
Prepared LDS Family: Why Stock Up on Paper and Plastic Items
Life After An EMP Attack: No Power, No Food, No Transportation, No Banking And No Internet
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No Power, No Food, No Transportation, No Banking And No Internet #survival.
11 Items You Need To Get Now
I read this, great ideas - 11 Items You Need To Get Now
11 Items You Need To Get Now
Building your own SHTF proof survival manual
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.
Crazy Simple Strategies for Building an Emergency Food Supply
Food Storage Mistakes and Goofs
Simple Strategies for Building an Emergency Food Supply - Backdoor Survival
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Ten Tips That Will Guarantee You Have Food if SHTF
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.
Beginning to Prep II
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Excellent detailed description of items for a short term emergency kit / bag Bug Out Bag Check it out!
Preppers Post | Beginning to Prep II
Good list of ideas for 72 hour kit
**** Beginning to Prep II - The 72 Hour Bag
3 day BOB list.
Beginning to Prep II - American Preppers Network
INSTANT SURVIVAL TIP: To Do vs. To Buy
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Daily Math Diary
Crazy Bucket List Ideas: Top 100 Things To Do Before You Die
INSTANT SURVIVAL TIP: To Do vs. To Buy - Survival Mom
Practical Preppers are putting on Prepper Conferences for new and experienced preppers. Check it out
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living off the grid.
Collage of some of the high quality products offered by Practical Preppers.
Will check - Practical Preppers are putting on Prepper Conferences for new and experienced preppers. Check it out
Beginners Guide To Prepping For Doomsday
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I'm not into the "doomsday" thing, but being prepared for an emergency or disaster is a good idea. Here's a "road map" to get down the basics.
Beginners Guide To Prepping For Doomsday [Infographic]
The Gear You Need for Hurricane Season | Outdoor Life Survival
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Planet Science - filled with great ideas and content for teaching science.
Hurricane Isabel l Photograph by Mike Trenchard, Earth Sciences & Image Analysis Laboratory of JSC (NASA) From his vantage point high above the earth in the International Space Station, Astronaut Ed Lu captured this broad view of Hurricane Isabel. The image, ISS007-E-14750, was taken with a 50 mm lens on a digital camera. The date of the original photo was September 15, 2003. This picture finished in 23rd place with 14 votes in the final round.
Planet Science fascinating, and fun science activities, experiments, and games. Includes parents in the process of learning science with their kids and makes it enjoyable for both- http://www.alphawrites.com/
Hurricane Katrina from above
It's even more important to be prepared! A report from the New England Journal of Medicine shows a steady increase in climate-related natural disasters. The scale of disasters has also increased "owing to increased rates of urbanization, deforestation, environmental degradation and to intensifying climate variables such as higher temperatures, extreme precipitation and more violent wind/water storms." #chickwithachecklist #beprepared #disasterpreparedness
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.
The 7 core areas of preparedness
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Seven Core Areas of Preparedness. Great rational article. 1. Food 2. Water 3. Heat 4. Lights 5. Sanitation 6. Medical 7. Safety
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. #emergency #preparedness #tips
Bakery buckets — the prepper’s best friend. These can be obtained free or cheaply from most grocery store bakeries. Ask around every time you shop.
Dutch Bucket hydroponics anyone.
The 7 core areas of preparedness by Patrice Lewis
Toilet Paper Preparedness vs. True Resilience
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Toilet Paper Preparedness vs. True Resilience ... a must read
Powerful Ideas, Practical Actions...(www.yesmagazine.org)
YES! Magazine Spring 2012 : We Can End Corporate Rule
Love this magazine - and blog - that with great ideas that keep communities moving forward.
This is so much better than it's competitor magazines, "Maybe?" and "Why not?" and "OK, fine..."
"True resilience is in our relationships to each other. Because wherever those relationships exist, home will rebuild itself."
Prepper Chicks - great resource on preparedness, from a truly female perspective!
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6 foods to store forever
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For Survival - 6 Foods to Store that will last forever - rice, white vinegar, sea salt, honey, corn starch, pure vanilla extract (link has an article on it.)
6 Foods you Can Store Forever!! Rice (store with bay leaves); Distilled white vinegar; Sea salt; Honey lasts forever, even if crystallized; Cornstarch which I barely use; Pure vanilla extract keeps forever. I would also store coconut oil.
Be Prepared | 6 Foods to Store Forever Read more: http://naturalsociety.com/be-prepared-6-foods-store-forever/#ixzz26JrO0pxE 1. White rice (brown rice has a short shelf life) 2. Distilled white vinegar 3. sea salt 4. Honey 5. cornstarch 6. pure vanilla extract
Be Prepared: 6 Foods to Store Forever
Store canned foods on wire shelving units: using shelf holders designed to hold the shelves at an angle (for shoes in a closet), and shelves spaced closer together, this allows the canned food items to be stored and roll to the front of the shelving unit as they are used. The shelves, shelving brackets and entire system was bought at Home Depot. #home #decor
Not Buying Doomsday? 10 Everyday Reasons to be a Prepper - I like the DIY shelving unit
Great organization idea for my pantry. Flip over the closet-made racks for can goods.
10 everyday reasons to be a prepper - would love to have this to organize a pantry!
10 Everyday Reasons to be a Prepper » Food Storage and Survival