Their is so much information out their on emergency water purification that it’s a bit confusing. That is why this two page guide to purifying water is a godsend. So, print this out and put it to good use.
Living in the city does not mean that you can’t enjoy homegrown vegetables and that, for your long term food supplies, you’re limited to MRE’s. With square foot gardening you can grown homegrown vegetables in as little as four square feet.
Of course, you know about the basics that are in a first aid kit: bandages, antiseptic, gauze, etc. But, what should you do if the SHTF, you have an infection and you can’t get to a doctor? One solution could be to use fish antibiotics to help cure infections.
Whether you’re Houston, Puerto Rico, or suffered from fires in the Northwest or Northern
California, you maybe entitle to government assistance. This link from FEMA is a great starting point for you getting the help that you are entitled. Click here for more info.
Canning your own food is a great supplement to the traditional, store bought, disaster prep long term emergency food supplies. Home canned food, if correctly done, is safe and you know what you’re getting when you grown and can your own food. This site is a great guide for helping you learn how to safely and smoothly can and preserve your food.
Botulism is one of the most deadliest forms of food poisoning. Symptoms of botulism poisoning include paralysis and eventually death. So, preventing botulism is of up-most importance. This site from, the CDC, is a great resource on preventing deadly botulism.
A good video on surviving an active shooter survival. One point that is notable in this video is that, even if you are armed, you should hide and only engage with the shooter as a last resort. To some, this may seem cowardly. But, obviously, if you want to have the best chance to survive you should think twice about attempting to fight back.
There are three things you can do when faced with an active shooter situation crisis. Continue reading Choices To Make In An Active Shooter Situation: Department Of Homeland Security