Welcome Preppers and Survivalists,
|Winter Scene in New England|
George Henry Durrie
There are many sources of information for you and your family to use in your quest to learn about prepping and its related skills. Some of them local, like the town's library or adult education at the community college. Some may be regional, such as the county agriculture extension service office and a larger cities' art and history museums. On a national scale, information sources like a national library, national archives, or the nation's military is available to you and your family.
With the explosion of the internet, thirty years ago, other sources have opened up to you and your family. Sources such as blogs, videos, websites, and many others, and that is the reason for this Wednesday blurb, to provide new and old sources of information to you and your family from the internet.
Let's get started.
You and your partner are going to have to manager many different projects, as your family gets prepared for the tough times ahead, such as buying long-term food storage, making sure everyone has adequate clothing, stocking enough ammunition for your defensive firearms, and many other tasks.
ASANA - 5 strategies for successfully managing multiple projects
Emergency Evacuation Kit
The easiest method of dealing with an event is to leave, in a hurry.
So, you need to be packed, in advance.
American Association of Retired People - A ‘Go Bag’ Can Make All the Difference in an Emergency
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Appropriate shelter is more important than water and food, if is freezing out.
YouTube: - NorwegianBushcraft - Winter Survival: 15 minutes shelter
There are many ways to start your food storage.
Here is one of them.
YouTube: Guildbrook Farm, Off Grid Living - How to Start a Prepper Food Pantry
What will you use for a medical emergency?
A first-aid kit, of course.
Red Cross - Make a First-Aid Kit
Many people make the mistake of spending a lot of money on complicated handguns and rifles for their protection, during an event.
I suggest purchasing a .357 magnum revolver, for you and your family.
All Outdoors - The .357 Magnum for Survival: You Can’t Do Better
The first item you and your family need to purchase, if you live in these United States, is a weather alert radio with battery backup.
NWS: NOAA - NWR Receiver Consumer Information
Sandals are so tough, even the Romans wore them to conquer the world.
Instructables: RGR_375 - Tire Sandals: a Guide to Comfy Hand-crafted Footwear.
The internet is full of information that you might be interested in reading.
Archive - The Modern Survival Retreat
One of my family's goals this year is to build an alternative power source, like a so-called solar powered generator.
It isn't as easy as it looks.
Instructables - How to Make a Portable Solar Generator
Preppers Illistrated - 5 Reasons Your Plans to Use a Solar Generator Will Fail
Modular Lightweight Load Carrying Equipment, better known as MOLLE, is these United States combat equipment.
It is cheap and plentiful, so you need to know how to use it.
North Carolina A&T - Introduction