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Plastic Bottle Water Filter : Do it yourself  - http://www.survivalacademy.co/

Plastic Bottle Water Filter : Do it yourself - http://www.survivalacademy.co/

Are You Prepared For A Disaster ? Use A Portable Container. Store Your Liquids At The Bottom Of Your Emergency Kit, Then Fill It With Necessities Like Food, Medication And Clothing. Easy To Grab And Go If Needed.

Trash Can Emergency Survival Kit

Are You Prepared For A Disaster ? Use A Portable Container. Store Your Liquids At The Bottom Of Your Emergency Kit, Then Fill It With Necessities Like Food, Medication And Clothing. Easy To Grab And Go If Needed.

How to select and use food grade buckets, lids and gamma seals to safely store your bulk food items for the long term. |Backdoor Survival|

Buckets, Lids and Gamma Seals

How to select and use food grade buckets, lids and gamma seals to safely store your bulk food items for the long term. |Backdoor Survival|

Emergency Water Storage – What You Need to Know - wonderful information!!

Emergency Water Storage and Filtration

Hip Hip Hurray, more agencies are starting to see the wisdom of promoting an emergency preparedness message. Two of our eagle-eyed staffers spotted this bus ad from the Regional Water Providers Consortium. It promotes the message “Is Your Emergency Kit a Disaster?” Meaning, water is an essential item to have in your family’s Go or Stay bag. It’s great to see other agencies stepping up to promote emergency preparedness planning.

Hip Hip Hurray, more agencies are starting to see the wisdom of promoting an emergency preparedness message. Two of our eagle-eyed staffers spotted this bus ad from the Regional Water Providers Consortium. It promotes the message “Is Your Emergency Kit a Disaster?” Meaning, water is an essential item to have in your family’s Go or Stay bag. It’s great to see other agencies stepping up to promote emergency preparedness planning.

Good Article:  The 7 core areas of preparedness (Food, Water, Heat, Light, Sanitation, Medical, Safety) and The Rule of  3 - what this means is have 1 main & 2 backup methods of doing whatever needs to be done (a backup to your backup). Cooking, heating, lighting, and communications are all aspects that need backups of backups in case the primary method(s) are incapacitated.

Good Article: The 7 core areas of preparedness (Food, Water, Heat, Light, Sanitation, Medical, Safety) and The Rule of 3 - what this means is have 1 main & 2 backup methods of doing whatever needs to be done (a backup to your backup). Cooking, heating, lighting, and communications are all aspects that need backups of backups in case the primary method(s) are incapacitated.

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