Why MRE Food Is Crucial For Disaster Emergency Planning
by Billy Brown
You don’t have to be a doomsday prepper to be prepared for an emergency. With so many tornadoes and hurricanes it just makes sense to be prepared to evacuate your area at a moments notice. You’ll need to have a food supply, shelter and method of transportation during a disaster. How prepared are you?
Most people have canned foods prepared to grab at a moments notice in an [...]
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Building a standard 6′ x 3′ raised bed
I am going to show you how to build my standard 6′ x 3′ raised beds. I chose my beds to be 3′ wide because I positioned them against my white fence. [...]
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Gardening is one of my hobbies. For the past 9 years I have continued to garden….learning and making mistakes. I look at gardening as one of those skills and abilities that go right along with preparedness. Supplementing food stored with that coming from gardening…well, just makes sense.
Every year I am always buying more seeds than I need. I also have not stored these extra seeds in any other manner than sticking them on a shelf in my garage. I have used seeds [...]
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Thanks to Ken for the recommendation…..
On The Anatomy Of Thrift: Side Butchery from farmrun on Vimeo.
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Hey Prepper Nation,
It’s just makes common sense that there will be sanitation issues in a major disaster or collapse situation. Any water source that has not been sterilized or any food that hasn’t been properly cleaned and cooked will be an opportunity for pathogens to start their damage. As a community medic and chief sanitation officer, your duty will be to assure that water is clean and that food is prepared properly. It will [...]
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