No matter what your budget, you can build a stockpile for your family. To get started, here are some helpful tips on How to Build a Stockpile that include foods, necessities for the family, and home. Use this beginners guide to organize a list of what you should stock up on.
The Top 50 Non-Food Stockpile Necessities — There are all sorts of prepper stockpile lists out there, but most of them seem to revolve around food. However, there is a wide world of non-food items that deserve some space in your stockpile. How many of these stockpile necessities have you put back for a rainy day?
The FEMA X code marking system has been incredibly successful since it was widely used in Hurricane Katrina. It’s been adopted by most agencies and departments across the united states so you’ll be sure to see these post disaster. Unfortunately, there is no universally accepted list of abbreviations so you’ll have to use your brain and think about what you’re seeing as it may not be immediately obvious.
What's in your survival cabinets, garage or locker? Sure you've got shelf stable meals, security devices, excess toilet paper and seeds for the future, but what haven't you thought about? Consider the Happy Prepper list of the 37 most unusual survival tools to hoard while they are still available! http://www.happypreppers.com/37.html