Monthly Archives: January 2013

Long Term Sustainable Prepping Part 2

January 30th, 2013 (No Comments)

A three part series on long term sustainable prepping Part 2  Water Source               Water in any situation is a priority, clean, safe drinking water. You must have a renewable and sustainable source that you control. Dug or drilled private wells are ideal. Spring fed lakes or ponds are reliable sources however, they […]

Long Term Sustainable Prepping Part 1

January 23rd, 2013 (8 Comments)

A three part series on long term sustainable prepping Part 1 Those that pay attention to world and national events may have come to the realization that it is not a matter of if, but simply a matter of when disaster strikes. The crisis may be localized, national or even worldwide. It can be natural […]

Surviving a Power Grid Collapse Conclusion Part 3

January 16th, 2013 (No Comments)

Surviving a Power Grid Collapse Conclusion Part 3 In case you missed it Part 1 and Part 2 Additional Considerations Once the disaster extends for weeks or longer citizens in the community will become desperate and will be looking to survive by any means possible. Your home could be a target once people realize you have […]

Surviving a Power Grid Collapse Part 2

January 9th, 2013 (No Comments)

Surviving a Power Grid Collapse Part 2 If you did not catch Part 1 you can catch up here Considerations Solar panels are costly on the front end and once installed they cannot be easily removed and transported if evacuation is necessary. However, solar panels are ideal as a supplemental energy source and they can […]

Have You Prepped Fuel Stabilizer?

January 7th, 2013 (1 Comment)

This is a guest post from our friends over at Power Research Inc. They make a great product. I’ve used it myself. Preparedness – Emergency Power Emergency power is a critical lifeline when disaster strikes. But experience has shown that fuels stored to operate the emergency standby diesel or gasoline generators are too often neglected. […]