Protecting Yourself During A Disaster

Defending Yourself and Your Family After a Disaster A disaster or a calamity brings out the best in people, but it also brings out the worst. Some intruders and thieves deem it as the perfect time to strike. Houses are torn, defenses are down, and there’s a demand for anything that’ll help people survive. You … Read more

Food Preservation Techniques

After you’ve acquired a fresh kill, there’s a possibility that you’ll have a lot of leftover meat. Small game like rabbits, squirrels, and ducks are good for a meal. Larger animals like deer will surely give you multiple servings for days. It’s a handy skill to know how to preserve the excess meat so that … Read more

Long-Term Storage Of Special Survival Foods

Long-Term Storage Of Special Survival Foods

After an emergency or environmental catastrophe, there’s no way of knowing when emergency respondents will arrive. It could take days to weeks, depending on your accessibility. It’s greatly beneficial to know how to pack and prepare food for long-term storage to ensure you and your family’s survival. The key takeaway is to keep your food … Read more

Staying in Touch After a Disaster

As a survivalist, one of the most important things to prepare for is how to have a way to communicate during emergency situations. You need to consider that your phone might run out of battery or you can lose phone signal any time. Some of the more reliable emergency communications channels you can use include: … Read more

Waste Disposal During An Emergency

Waste disposal is still important during an emergency situation because the environmental crisis is still imminent. The improper disposal of wastes negatively affects the quality of water and soil, hence affecting life. Dirty water has been causing health problems like cholera and dysentery. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), water-borne diseases are responsible for … Read more

Health Care After A Disaster

Both natural and man-made disasters are will likely result in medical emergencies. It’s important to be ready for any medical emergency by packing a first aid kit and learning how to use it. In terms of preventative measures, keep your body in top shape by taking the necessary vitamins and nutrients. It also helps to … Read more

Disaster Management Preparedness Introduction

A Lesson From Hurricane Katrina One of the worst hurricanes that ever struck the United States is Hurricane Katrina. It is a category 5 storm that happened last August 29, 2005, in the Gulf Coast. Eighteen hundred people died while another eighteen hundred were classified missing. The storm surge resulted in torn homes, ravaged infrastructure, … Read more

Edibles from the Wild

Knowing which botanical plants can be eaten is handy knowledge for everyone. Believe it or not, there are so many edible plants that are incredibly abundant. Some of the most common edibles from the wild include dandelions, plantains, cattails, and wild game. Wild game includes small animals like rabbit, squirrels, and pigeons. Large game includes … Read more