Stockpiling

Nice Stockpile Ya Got Here, Shame If Something Happened to It

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Imagine the following scenario: for 2 years you have meticulously planned and researched what you and your family will need to survive a crisis. I’m not talking about a little lights-and-sirens disaster; I mean a big, soul-chilling catastrophe. You have accounted for every variable, anticipated every pitfall and allowed for …

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18 Things to Stockpile for the next Wildfire

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Wildfires threatened the lives of people near wildland areas, as well as their property. Different conditions throughout the year increase the risk of wildfires. If you live in an area prone to wildfires, you need to be prepared. Planning and protecting your buildings can reduce the devastation your family might …

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50 Survival Products 100% Made in the USA

When it comes to survival products, many preppers prefer to keep their money at home, in the good old USA. This means searching out and buying only those products that are 100% made in the USA. With today’s global economy however, it can be difficult to find survival products that …

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64 Healthy Foods for Your Survival Stockpile

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Stockpiling food in preparation for a long-term disaster is essential for your survival. But, if you do not stash the right type of food, truly healthy food, the chances of you and your loved ones making it through a SHTF scenario, could be greatly diminished. The amount of manual labor …

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30+ Items to Barter With Post Collapse

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Here’s an excellent video made by Tara Dodrill where showing us the top 30 items to stockpile for bartering purposes: Here’ an older article with 50 bartering items, if you prefer to read. And here’s another one that also explains the concept a little bit.

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How to Gather Wood for Your Stockpile

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Stockpiling fire wood is a sensible precaution and preparation for potential power outages and longer term emergencies. Before coal, oil and electricity, wood was our primary source of fuel, with dried peat and buffalo chips taking its place in climates and situations when wood was scarce. If you don’t want …

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