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Food Storage/Year Supply for under 5 bucks a week! Tells you exactly what to buy each week!

A famine menu -- A Bare-Bones Food Storage Plan | www.TheSurvivalMo...

A Famine Menu - A Bare-Bones Food Storage Plan - Survival Mom

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32 Survival Skills Your Child Should Know & Be Able to Do ASAP! | www.thesurvivalmo...

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A Rocket Stove Made From a Five Gallon Metal Bucket

How To Make Cheap 100 Hour Emergency Candles

Raised Floor Storage Solutions

Creating a Winter Emergency Survival Kit #preparedness

Why You Shouldn't Be Without Vinegar - Guide For Prepping and Surviving

What a great idea for a safe place to hide in case of intruders. You could even set it up so you could lock yourself in if needed.

Take photos of your pet as part of your evacuation prep. Image by Laura McLain Madsen. thesurvivalmom.co...

how to make your own emergency 50 hour candles for around $1.62 each! These long burning candles sell for around 20 bucks each.

Must read: I like her method! I HATE couponing. A quick, easy and CHEAP method to get started on a stockpile of groceries for your home. No clipping coupons required! Need to read this one!

Family emergency binder (store passports, birth and marriage certificates, SS cards, health records, emergency contacts, extra money, etc). Keep in safe place and easy access in case of fire or emergency evacuation. See template GREAT IDEA

One of a Kind: Emergency Binder Kits

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WHAT?? The door to an underground storm shelter/panic room/secret hid out in the kitchen island! Best secret passage ever!! Definitely a dream home feature! (would also be good if someone broke into your house and you had to hide somewhere)

How to build a water and food storage shelf

Emergency Drinking Water Storage

A quick, easy and CHEAP method to get started on a stockpile of groceries for your home. Need to read this one!

I could live in that permanently.

Three days' worth of meals that can be prepared with no heat and little water, to get you though the first three days after a disaster. I totally need to do this.

The pinner wrote: "Windshield Shade + Velcro = Easy Portable Solar Oven! "I have found this totally simple solar oven extremely practical, as it is so lightweight and easy to carry along anywhere. it reached a higher temperature in a shorter time than all the other models I have experimented with so far (I haven’t used a parabolic) - a little above 350 degrees F. I have cooked black beans in about the same amount of time as on a gas stove; I’ve used it to bake breads, granola, brownies, ..."

Make your own 50-hour candles for less than 2 dollars a piece. Great emergency preparedness activity

TEOTWAWKI Blog: DIY Survival Candles

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Emergency Preparedness Links

Fire starters - this is soooooo smart

When a natural disaster or other emergency strikes, be prepared to have plenty of fresh drinking water on hand with the cool new waterBOB- Emergency Drinking Water Storage. Rather than temporarily filling up an open bathtub with water that could easily get contaminated or leak down the drain, just lay this innovative heavy duty food grade FDA approved plastic bladder out in any standard bathtub, attach the fill sock to the faucet and fill to capacity. In about 20 minutes you'll have 100 gallons.

Build your own rain barrel