Category: Wildfire

REPOST: SurvivalRing Guide #1: Five Most Important Skills for New Preppers…Set Your Foundation First (plus bonus Bug-out section)

[emc2alert type=”info” style=”normal” position=”top” visible=”visible” closebtn=”0″ title=”A preface…” ] First published in 2014. It’s the first of a series I’m planning to publish on Amazon, with as much useful, thought out, and timely information to help you make better decisions for your long term survival. These SurvivalRing Guides will be published on a semi-regular basis, […]

PREPS: Family Disaster Preparedness

Source: parenting.blogs.nytimes.com By: KJ DELL’ANTONIA  Posted on: APRIL 8, 2014 < p> Eighty percent of the population would not survive the first 100 days of the apocalypse, Bob Gaskin, who served in the Marines and is the founder of the Black Dog Survival School, told an assembled crowd at the Third Annual National Preppers and Surivalist Expo in […]

PREPS: Forget Doom and Gloom … Preparedness is the Ultimate Act of Optimism

Source: thedailysheeple.com By: Daisy Luther Posted on: March 22nd, 2014 Does this sound familiar? You’re talking to a friend or family member who isn’t on board with preparedness.  (And it’s even worse when they think they know what’s going on in the world but garner their so-called “information” from network news sources.)  You try for the millionth time to get […]

PLANNING: ‘Resilience gap’ has long-term disruption potential

Source: fiercehomelandsecurity.com   By: By David Perera Posted on: February 13, 2014  The United States faces a “resilience gap” with the potential to disrupt the American economy with long-term consequences, an insurance firm official, who also urged Congress to prioritize investments in resilience over disaster response, told a Senate panel Feb. 12. “Should resilience be prioritized over other […]