There are so many different brands and stores that sell emergency foods that it can be challenging to make a choice.
To be prepared, and I mean fully prepared, requires planning, anticipating the worst-case scenario, and training for skill sets you will need while living through the event. You can’t just waltz into your local grocery store, grab some food, batteries, and water and then be done with it. You need to prioritize, plan, and prepare.
This is what is to be expected when so many people are hit with a rapid, far from equilibrium event.
There are steps you can take at home to make your property harder to enter and to enable you to defend it.
How should Hawaiians be preparing for major disasters, like nuclear war or an EMP? It’s a question that isn’t brought up very often in the prepper community, but it should be.
When the trucks stop delivering, there’s no telling where your next meal is going to come from.
Many homesteaders and preparedness minded individuals have wood burning stoves in the home to rely on in off-grid situations. Like all preparedness tools, you need to keep these primed and ready to go.
If you can’t defend it, you don’t own it. Here are firearm recommendations from a green beret on every type of situation.
If you ever find yourself in a bug-out situation where you cannot rest, these shtf pick-me-ups can help preppers carry on when the energy is low.
We make it from Dark Age to Dark Age by preserving our knowledge. The typewriter may do just that for you in the years to come after the SHTF.
All the certifications in the world are no substitute for the basic fundamentals of marksmanship and the ability to employ them.
Caches are the ultimate back up plan because everyone wants to hide their “stuff,” but hiding it effectively is a different matter.