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Oct 05, 2020

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Categories: Emergencies, Kids, Preparedness

The 2020 Fire Prevention Week™ campaign theme is “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!™ The National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®) — the official sponsor of Fire Prevention Week for more than 90 years —is promoting this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!” The campaign works to educate everyone about 
Although September is National Emergency Preparedness Month, emergency preparedness is a YEAR-ROUND effort.  Here at the National Self-Reliance Project, we get to learn first-hand from "Preppers" all over America and even the world.  They too never stop learning.  They're always improving their plans, updating their supplies, and collaborating with each other to learn more and

Sep 24, 2020

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Categories: Emergencies, Preparedness

Voices of Self-Reliance with Troy Staples, American Red Cross Regional Director of Preparedness & Resilience for Colorado & Wyoming Disasters can happen anywhere, anytime—even in someone’s own home. September is National Emergency Preparedness Month and the American Red Cross is urging everyone to take three easy steps to get their household ready for emergencies. THREE
The Gabion House has been one of our all-time most popular posts.  Therefore, we thought you would appreciate this wonderful graphic regarding 10 gabion projects that you can do yourself while at home. (Thanks to wirefence.co.uk for providing this graphic.) For those who are new to Gabions, they are simply rocks or concrete enclosed in
From the NY Times Article found HERE! Photograph by Dwight Eschliman for The New York Times The Douglas Family Stockpile Staples in 6-gallon buckets include: rice, beans, nuts, sugar, salt, matches, wheat, flour Freeze-dried meals  Assorted canned foods: cheese, butter and meat  Water-bath canner  Vacuum seale Pressure canner  Pots Canned meat: red is pork, green
I have both of these knives. They are both great knives. I agree with the outcome as well. Good side by side comparisons. Which knife is better, the SOG SEAL Pup or the Camillus Pilot Survival Knife? They're similar in size but differ greatly in weight and blade material. The Camillus is much heavier due
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