When thinking about scavenging, everyone’s first instinct is to head for grocery stores and restaurants. But if you think outside the box, you’ll realize there are many other places you could find useful items.
Here’s an interesting question that preppers rarely ask: If you start running low on food, how do you ration what’s left? Hopefully, you won’t ever run low on food, but there are plenty of scenarios where it could happen.
When the SHTF, criminals, and looters will be searching for homes to rob. Make sure they can’t get into yours with these home security tips. #urbansurvivalsite #shtf #homesecurity #emergency #prepare
After a disaster, the level of hygiene will plunge due to a lack water, no sewage treatment plants, and no garbage collection. Get these hygiene items.
If you want to find a safe bug out location deep in the woods, you’ll need to find a road to a place that no one has any reason visit.
There are many scenarios where you might have to scavenge after the SHTF. Here are 20 places to look for supplies and how to do it safely. #urbansurvivalsite #shtf #survivalgear #scavenge #supplies
In a modern collapse, the need for fortified neighborhoods will arise. Your community will be in danger if hordes of desperate people are trying to survive.
If you’re a nice guy who tends to follow the rules, you need to think about how you’ll behave after SHTF. Will you do whatever it takes to survive?
The list of survival skills that could potentially be useful during a disaster scenario is nearly endless. However, some skills are more important others.
During a disaster, you don’t want to draw attention. Here are six things that can give you away in a survival situation and how to mitigate them.