Have you thought about what you would do in a survival situation? Most people know about the show Man vs. Wild. We love this show!
You can survive almost anywhere
With the right training & knowledge about your surroundings, you can literally survive almost anywhere you are placed. You don’t have to be a Bear Grylls to survive extreme circumstances, but training, experience & research can still help your chances.
Is your family prepared for an earthquake? For a fire? What are you doing now to be prepared?
Preparation is critical to your family’s safety in the event of an emergency. This article will present 10 items that you should have to be prepared for an emergency.
There are two types of survival kits.
1. Wilderness Survival Kits
2. Family Emergency Preparedness Kits
We will be addressing the needs of the emergency preparedness kits for a family.
You should have your survival kit in an easily accessible location in your home. A backpack is a great place to have these items stored. This survival kit will include supplies and tools that are both helpful and often critical in an emergency situation.
In preparing a survival kit, you must consider the number of people that will be using them. For instance, in a traditional family of four individuals, these things are a must to have in a survival kit:
For those of you looking to make your own greenhouse we just found this great tutorial. It’s a full 18 minute video on ideas for making a greenhouse. This is a great way to prepare your family for emergency by growing your own food. The ability to survive the extremes of life through growing your own food is very important to the modern-day prepper.
No matter where you live, severe weather can make an impact on your daily living. With spring quickly approaching, we may see quite the hodge-podge of severe weather all across the county.
Some are still on the watch to winter storms while others are keeping an eye open for potential flooding. And there is still the worry of tornadoes that are likely to become more frequent as spring storms start to kick up. Continue reading →
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently partnered to designate March 3-9, 2013, as National Severe Weather Preparedness Week, and is calling upon all Americans, in every area of the country, to Be a Force of Nature.
Extreme Food Storage is committing to Being a Force of Nature and pledging to know our risk, take action, and be an example for our families and community by sharing the steps we took. Continue reading →
Even everyday situations can turn deadly, which is why a survival kit is essential, no matter where you go. If you frequently enjoy the outdoors, hiking, biking, or camping, make sure you have a kit at all times. Continue reading →