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Build Your Food Storage for as little as $5 a week! (plus a FREE printable list

Printable list on how to get your year supply/food storage for 5 bucks a week!


The Homestead Survival: DIY Gear - Survival Lamp


Survival Foods That Make Sense (and their Shelf Lives) – Quick Guide

Getting started with food storage does not have to be complicated. As a practical matter, regular grocery store items will do just fine. Nothing exotic, nothing weird, and nothing expensive. Read about the Items to Kick Start Your Food Storage Plan". More

How to survive in your home during an emergency

How To Survive In Your Home During An Emergency

How to survive in your home during an emergency..... Ha! Just been having this discussion with husband and boys in regard to community preparedness for emergencies as we are volunteers in our local area. Will check this out!


Creating Emergency Bags for Your Children

what to pack in children's emergency 72-hr. kits -- with specifics for each age


Free Printable 72-Hour Kit Checklist

Free Printable 72-Hour Kit Checklist - items needed to get your family through an emergency (power outage, severe weather conditions, etc.)


How to Store Water

How to Clean, Prepare and Fill a Water Barrel Now that you have purchased your 30-gallon water barrels, do you know how to store water so that it will be clean and safe to drink? Do you just stick the hose into the barrel and fill? No, not a good idea. Here's a step-by-step method to prepare them that will ensure clean, potable water when and if you need it in an emergency.


5-Quart Jugs for bulk storage, Great blog with preparedness ideas.. ... .. .. .I Love these jugs for storage

Easy long term food storage for a variety of stapes: rice, beans, grains (like polenta & cream of wheat) and sugar. Buy in bulk, store in clean empty bottles and use what you need as you need it! They are water and air tight and keep bugs out! So much better than 5, 10 or 55 gallon containers or even sacks. 1 and 2 liter sizes are great for trading too! Click LINK for full article.