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WATER IS LIFE: Catchment, Purification & Storage

WATER IS LIFE: Catchment, Purification & Storage
Bobby Akart “Prepping For Tomorrow” Audio in player below!

WATER IS LIFE: Catchment, Purification & StorageOn this episode of the Prepping for Tomorrow program, Author Bobby Akart discusses the importance of water in your preparedness plans. The Prepper Rule of Three’s postulates that one can only live three minutes without air, three hours Continue reading WATER IS LIFE: Catchment, Purification & Storage

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PANTRY: Long Term Food Storage

PANTRY: Long Term Food Storage
Bobby Akart “Prepping For Tomorrow” Audio in player below!

PANTRY: Long Term Food StorageOn this week’s episode of the Prepping for Tomorrow program, Author Bobby Akart continues his discussion about stocking your Prepper Pantry. Last week, the program focused on growing your own food and heirloom seeds.  This week, we’ll focus on food storage and canning.
Every day, you go about your lives using things we all take for granted. After TEOTWAWKI, you’ll Continue reading PANTRY: Long Term Food Storage

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Co-ops and buying clubs!

Co-ops and buying clubs
D.J. Cooper “Surviving Dystopia

Co-ops and buying clubsLast week we talked about pinching pennies and ways to save with projects aimed at reducing the costs of some of the things we need.  Another way to save money and make those pennies last is to buy in bulk, Co-ops and buying clubs.  If in the long run you can reduce the expenses of your household wouldn’t this be something you would choose to do? Continue reading Co-ops and buying clubs!

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A Year’s Supply, Really?

A Year’s Supply, Really?

Supply food storage roomThis is my fourth or fifth attempt to write on this subject. It just never comes out the way I want it to nor does it convey what I am trying to express. I will try again and see how it goes.

We always hear and read about how much folks have supplied. This guy has two years worth of food and the other guy has six months of gasoline. Have you wondered how they know those numbers? Continue reading A Year’s Supply, Really?

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Water, storage, and all you need to know!

Water, storage, and all you need to know!

10-11-14 Dry_river_bed_in_CaliforniaThere is no more serious concern than water in survival and preparedness. You can improvise a lot of things, but it’s tough to improvise water. You either have it or you don’t have it. There are a lot of nifty tricks for finding water, but if you’re hunting down water, you’ve made some mistakes somewhere along the line. Let’s look at how you can make water part of your plans for bugging in and for bugging out.

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Food storage & understanding the label

Food storage & understanding the label!
Host: Lynna “The Other Side A Preppers Path

label joelogon-spam-nutrition-factsFood and the prepared life seems simple enough, however, there are so many varied aspects or aisles to travel down. There is the often first heard of, storage, how much for how long, bulk or freeze dried or? Grow your own, farmers market, coops, buying clubs? They all have something in common, they are all about food but for all the hoopla in the prepper world have you thought of what you are eating. The nutritional values, just what you are really getting for your dollar in the way of health and subsistence? Continue reading Food storage & understanding the label

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