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Besides adding to your own survival supplies, remember what great gifts freeze-dried food or other survival supplies will make to adult children, kids, grandparents, aunts, uncles, neighbors.
Save money on groceries and increase your buying power.
Self defense outside and inside of the home are both controversial subjects that are in the news frequently. This article will focus on certain aspects of these subjects.
Create an emergency communications plan for your family to keep in touch in a crisis, whether at home, work or school. ">
Thinking about a worst case scenario, we might want turn to the older generation for help in learning survival skills.
What to Put in a Child's Survival Kit. Children can carry their bag if it is an appropriate weight.
Nuclear Attack - Too many countries currently have nuclear capabilities. Not one city in America has a plan in place if a nuclear bomb is detonated. We can change the survival rates by doing some commonsensical things
Power Outage - No phones. No lights. No running water. What would you do if the whole country went dark and you didn't know if or when the power would be coming back? What you need to know when the power goes out unexpectedly.
Evacuation planning is important so everyone in your family will know exactly what to do in case there's a fire, earthquake, flood, terrorist attack or other disaster.
Prepping in winter? Yes! There are plenty of ways to continue prepping in winter, even though the garden has been put to bed and it's too cold to go anywhere.