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Our Three-Layered Approach to Prepping – And How I benefitted from it Last Week

In an emergency or any unusual situation, this first layer of prepping buys you time to evaluate and adjust to your situation before you have to begin living in a way that you are not so familiar with. In a true emergency, everything changes. We recently experienced a boil alert in our community. The city put up signs at intersections in our neighborhood that told us they were working on the water lines and that we would need to boil our water to make it safe for drinking. That was an understatement if there ever was one!  >>Learn more


Water Storage – A Primer

Now that you know how much water to store (see Storing Water – How Much is Enough), how do you begin storing it? This article covers the how and where, along with the pros and cons of various containers. >>Learn more


Storing Water – How Much is Enough?

Having access to clean water during an emergency is critical. So how much water should you store? The short answer is “more than you think!” You’ll find a more helpful answer here. >>Learn more


 

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