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  • Gail Lowe

    All About Water Rotation | Food Storage Made Easy

  • Karen Kuchcinski

    ALL ABOUT WATER ROTATION --- Find answers to questions about rotating your stored water. Storing water is crucial in case of emergency.

  • Linda Retrum

    Water is crucial in emergencies. I am a proponent of stocking up on adequate water filtration (osmosis membrane bags, such as the Sawyer Squeeze & ceramic/charcoal filters such as the Aquamira line) for long-term use as well as potential water storage (WaterBOB & empty containers or bladders to capture, store & transport water), but I also feel you should store a minimum of 5-10 gallons per person in your household. You can find answers to questions about rotating your stored water here. [LINK]

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