Preparedness

Preparedness and Prepping Information

Preparedness is a very broad subject. These articles cover everything from urban, suburban and rural prepping, survival, to emergency management concepts and disaster preparedness. We believe that being prepared is everyone’s responsibility. To that end, we aim to provide worthwhile articles that will aid our readers in being as prepared as possible for any SHTF or future catastrophic event. It may be impossible to be ready for every event that could occur, but it is possible to be prepared enough to survive just about anything. Keep reading to find out more about water storage, food storage, homesteading, surviving natural disasters and a whole host of other topics! Check our other categories to find our most recent articles about prepping, SHTF, defense, gear and first aid.

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Hardtack

Hardtack – A Simple Recipe for One of the Best Survival Foods

Hardtack – A Simple Survival Food Hardtack (also known as hard tack, hard-tack, ship’s biscuit, and sea bread) is a simple, inexpensive, cracker or biscuit that’s primarily made from flour, water, and salt. It was originally used during long sea voyages, overland travel, and military campaigns where perishable foods would spoil. Hardtack is still a …

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Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane Survival Guide: Flood Dangers, High Wind and Generator Safety

Hurricane Preparedness: Flood Dangers, High Wind and Generator Safety The hurricane season starts up for the southeast U.S. in June. This hurricane survival guide will tell you everything you need to know to make it through the next hurricane safely. Most people believe that hurricane safety revolves around protecting yourself from high winds. While it …

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