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A Simple Sample of an Emergency Food Storage Solution

Will you tire of all the dehydrated and freeze-dried foods packed away in your emergency food storage? Here’s a fresh approach!

Blast Doors

Blast Shelters are places designed for people to go to in order to protect themselves from blasts caused by bombs. Another type is a fallout shelter, however these differ as they are designed to protect from radioactive precipitation where as blast shelters are designed to protect against overpressure and shockwaves…

Making Tomato Powder For Your Food Storage

Whenever a survivalist considers starting their food storage plans one of the more important considerations that they must take into account is the amount of space that is available. Without adequate space one can not properly store a sufficient quantity of needed food supplies.

Being Prepared to Be Prepared

Emergency Planning. It is wise to be prepared, but it is even wiser to both be prepared and to know how to use what you have prepared.

Minimal Retreat Requirements

When we are in the process of bugging out to our retreat do we really need a spacious home with all the luxuries that we are used to? After all modern inventions tend to use vast sums of energy in order to run properly.

Fire! – How to Save Your Family in an Emergency

Being prepared for a fire is the best way of not becoming a victim of one. You should always install fire detectors, they are cheap and freely available, there really is no excuse. Fires can happen for a number of unexpected reasons so it’s important to have given some consideration to how you would react to a fire before you actually find yourself with one. Here’s what to do.

What to Do in the Case of Fire

One of the unpleasant side effects of global warming is the increased incidence of fire, and each season large tracts of wilderness and abutting farmland in Australia, California and South Africa are literally wiped out by blazing infernos. Apart from the obvious loss of livestock and crops, these bushfires often destroy homes and the people who live in them.

Is There a Mole Living Next Door to You?

Generally the common man has no idea as to what a mole is. I don’t mean those furry little animals which tend to make it’s home within the ground and destroy your lawn but rather a mole in the sense of international espionage.

Emergency Telephone Failure

Imagine for a moment that you are preparing to make your emergency rounds at 7 PM in the evening. It is just beginning to get dark and when last listening to the police scanner you noted some suspicious activities along your route. You don your proper gear and get ready to embark upon your task when all of a sudden the telephone system goes dead. You no longer have your primary means of communicating with other team members.

Snake Bites

Approximately, 8,000 people are bitten by poisonous snakes in the United States annually. Even if the snake is not poisonous, the bite can trigger an infection or allergic reaction in the victim. Snakes can be very dangerous, so it is important to use caution.

Packing a First Aid Kit

When packing a first aid kit, there are always some simple things that must be included. It is my intention to briefly touch on some of these items here, and to give a little explanation of each so you are better informed.

The Safekeeping of Our Children – Part of Emergency Preparedness

Have the ability to locate your child at all times. This is a wonderful way to prevent a tragedy, and comes in handy just for checking in with your youth.

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