Water is one of the most important resources to have available at all times. Experts say that without any exertion or major changes in weather temperature, a reasonably health person can potentially survive for 3-5 days without water. However, it is not a good idea to try and is even more difficult without clean water. [...]
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Self sufficient living is becoming one of the cornerstones of the green movement all over the world. Being self sufficient means that you can provide all of the things you need to live a fully realized life off the grid. You can provide your own food, shelter, clothing and all of the necessary accoutrements that [...]
One town in North Dakota is looking at ways to make emergency preparedness easier.
There are some applications for smartphones that can aid you when dealing with the aftermath of a disaster.
One team of students in Hawaii made a prototype of a fully self sufficient house.
Self sufficiency and preparedness don’t just benefit those of us who are looking to have more sustainable lives. Items like hand water pumps and filtration systems can be a huge boon for people residing in less advanced societies than ours. By bringing this type of equipment to places in Africa, some students from Montana State [...]
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As we discussed in last week’s post, tomorrow begins National Preparedness Month – a month of important issues regarding the preparation needed to brace yourself and consider all the possible consequences of natural disasters/storms and other dangerous situations. If your home has a shelter inside for such an event, make sure that it is fully [...]
Take a look at all of the disasters that have happened in the past decade. Today marks the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s landfall and we see that Louisiana is still in the midst of rebuilding everything that it lost. We can also look at the devastation in Haiti as a reminder that no one [...]
Living self sufficiency is more than just protecting yourself from natural disasters — you can use sufficiency to get by on less, thereby gaining more.