Not everyone has the ways or means to bug-out to a secluded location in the country when SHTF. Thousands who live in big city centers are prepping. Join the Shooter’s Log in a series on the basics of urban prepping. First up: water and long-term food storage…
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March 1-7 is NOAA’s National Severe Weather Preparedness Week. We are used to National Severe Weather Awareness Week, but the change in language reflects what NOAA, FEMA and Ready.gov plan for this year. They are encouraging all Americans to not only be knowledgeable about what weather events to expect in their area, but fully prepare for weather disasters such as hurricanes, wildfires and tornados. The Shooter’s Log has written plenty of articles to help prepare you for any natural disaster than could hit. This week, read these top eight severe weather preparedness posts and learn how to help your family weather the storms.
One of our favorite things at Cheaper Than Dirt! is helping people. Be it guiding you in purchasing your first handgun, providing our expert opinion on what optics are best for your AR-15 or prepping you for any form of disaster, we want you to make the best decision for you and your family. Summer is a time many of us look forward to—camping, fishing, hiking, barbecues and all other forms out of outdoor activities. However, being outdoors means more chances of injury and accidents. Read our essential guide to surviving the summer for all you need to know on how to get through the summer unscathed.
Would you be able to eat the family pet for survival? Could you choose between letting your brother and sister survive if you could only pick one? These are they type of tough questions preppers have to ponder. To help you and your survival and preppers community work through the hard issues—there’s an app for that. And a game. Conflicted: The Survival Card Game doesn’t just open up a discussion, it helps you find the loose cannons in your tight knit group. Get a taste of the kinds of questions you will find in the game in this post.
Being prepared, practicing caution and arming yourself with knowledge can prevent home fires. Install all the regulatory prevention measures such as smoke alarms and fire extinguishers and practice safety while using alternative ways to heat your home for a safe and comfortable winter.
Do you have limited space for a garden? Does the thought of growing your own produce sound appealing to you? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions then small-space gardening might be an option for you.
If you do not have a basement, your long-term survival food might be in jeopardy! Storage is key to keeping your long-term food supplies good for disaster strikes. In this easy seven step how-to, I show you how to stockpile food for when SHTF properly so you do not spoil your preps.
Vinegar has thousands of uses. Read this article to learn about all the great multitasking properties of this liquid. Tell us what alternative uses for vinegar you have.
You can extend the shelf life of your cheese by simply applying a wax shell. It’s easier than you think. Read this article to learn how to preserve your cheese.