Whether you find yourself stranded in a hostile environment, or you’re facing a long term collapse of the grid, you’ve got to learn how to put everything to good use.
When you are planning your garden, consider adding flowers that serve a purpose of not only assisting in pollination, but can be also be used in dishes. This will help you make most of the limited garden space, not to mention adding fragrant and visually striking appeal to your dishes.
Learning how to make alternative fuel sources using the items you have around is an essential survival skill to learn.
Having emergency fuel sources on hand can be a life saver. Here are the top six fuel sources to consider with emergency planning.
Many see storing food as a necessary investment for themselves and their family. Knowing which foods to store and how long they will last are the key elements to making the most on a food investment. These 11 food items can last a lifetime if properly stored.
Natural emergencies not only disrupt our lives but our food supplies as well. Learn how to protect your perishable food supply during power disruptions and how to maintain basic sanitation practices during emergencies.
The key to a successful emergency food supply is not only variety but balancing your food supply with proper caloric and nutritional content. Learn more here.
When water is unavailable, we must tap into other sources for emergency use. According to FEMA, there are sources in the home that you can access for emergency water.
We must prepare for the unexpected, and there are times when the unexpected will be time sensitive. Having medical response packs pre-assembled for those time crucial moments can help in better and more efficient medical care.