Here’s a list of items you should stockpile in case of emergency, along with a list of barter items you can use to buy what you need after a disaster.
Think about what your grandchildren may need to survive. What emergency items could you leave them that would still be valuable decades from now?
The time to prepare for a disaster is before it happens, not after. Once a disaster strikes, these basic emergency supplies will disappear fast.
To bug out successfully, you’ll need three things: a bug out bag, a bug out vehicle, and a bug out location. In this article, we’ll examine all three.
A lot of the survival items cowboys carried are considered old school, but if there’s one lesson we’ve learned from history it’s that the old ways endure. #urbansurvivalsite #cowboys #survivalgear #survivalitems #preparedness
In this video, The Urban Prepper goes over his list of the top 10 immune system boosters in the form of supplements that are easy to find (for now).
Disclaimer: There is no known cure or vaccine for COVID-19. The information below is suggestions based on data from the CDC. Please call your doctor if you believe you’ve contracted coronavirus. I know most people don’t want to hear this, but you’re likely to get the coronavirus. That’s according to Marc Lipsitch, a professor of […]
Designed specifically for shoppers who prefer to buy in bulk, Sam’s Club is a prepper’s dream. The annual membership is well worth the cost. #urbansurvivalsite #samsclub #preparedness #survivalsupplies #prepper
Emergency preparedness can be very expensive. Fortunately, there are plenty of useful prepper items that cost practically nothing.
There are certain survival items that will last you indefinitely, and it is these items that will prove to be the most valuable after a disaster. #urbansurvivalsite #survivalgear #survivalitems #preparedness #emergency