It can become costly to plan for an emergency or large-scale catastrophe, but it doesn’t need to be. Although investing in high-quality equipment is important, some preparation items are consumable or are less important in
When we talk about off-grid power or emergency electrical power, most preppers are talking about solar panels or possibly a wind generator. We tend to scoff at gas-powered generators, as if they are something that
Portable backpacking camp stoves can be an invaluable tool for preppers for many obvious reasons.
Sometimes you don’t have the ability to build a campfire, and sometimes you don’t have the time.
Some stoves use
During the civil war, Southerners would bury their household silver, gold, and other valuables when the Northern army came near. For this reason, many people – in the past, and even today – have resorted
One common misconception about emergency preparedness is that food storage quality doesn’t matter as long as you have some food stored that will last for a long time without spoiling. Having something stored is better