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  1. Preparedness is for Everyone!

    The word “prepper” has taken on a negative connotation in recent years. When people hear the word, most imagine a paranoid man living alone in the woods, stuffing a concrete bunker full of supplies while ranting about the end of the world. But being prepared to survive an emergency situation shouldn’t be seen as crazy—especially as the rates of fires...
  2. How to Prepare for the 2021 Tornado Season

    Spring brings flowers, warm breezes, and the cheery sounds of birdsong. It also brings severe weather--particularly, tornadoes. As severe weather continues to increase across the U.S., it is vital that you and your family are prepared to deal with these damaging storms. Here are three easy steps you can take to make sure you’re ready for this year’s tornado season...
  3. 5 Forgotten but Valuable Survival Skills to Learn Right Now

    Modern technology can be a double-edged sword. So many conveniences are right at our fingertips, but we may also become too reliant on them. When a natural disaster happens and mass power outages occur, many people struggle but this doesn’t have to be the case. One hundred years or so ago, our ancestors were able to find food and water...
  4. Your Spring Cleaning Prepper Checklist

    Your Spring Cleaning Prepper Checklist
    The pandemic of 2020 and the recent winter storms in 2021 caused hardships for millions of Americans. As such, the coming of spring will be highly welcomed. We all could use some spring cleaning, and preppers are certainly no different. Spring is the perfect time to assess, update and possibly add to your emergency supply. Here are five ideas to...
  5. 7 Ways to Control Pests At Home

    7 Ways to Control Pests At Home
    Building your home prep pantry with enough food to last you and your family for at least a month or more is a rewarding feeling. It can remove the worry associated with wondering how your nutritional needs will be met, it can save money and it can also help you lend a hand to your neighbors if they’re in need...

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