Does your water filter really clean contaminated water? Probably not. Learn why, and see how we remove these dangerous chemicals and heavy metals. Confusion is a good thing: you know you have a problem and you try to fix it. But there’s one thing in the preparedness community that many aren’t even aware of: that not all water purification […]
Water is an essential part of life. Without it your plans are worthless. Depending on the situation, you need a gallon a day and can only last about three days without water. It doesn’t matter if you are in a survival situation or setting up a homestead, make water your first priority.
Did you know that the average US family uses 400 gallons of water per day, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency? Most of that goes to watering lawns and gardens. During a disaster, the grass can die, but the garden most certainly cannot. The big question is how much water will you really need post-SHTF. […]
Water that is not purified may make you sick, possibly even killing you. In a survival situation, with little or no medical attention available, you need to remain as healthy as possible. And a bad case of the runs can be a death sentence! Boiling water is the best method for purifying water. It doesn’t require […]
Finding a source of water before you need it is a free and easy prep, and it might be the most important thing you ever do. Before we begin, there are certain climates and geographic locations where finding water will be very hard, a desert for example. You’ll have to take your location into account […]
People who depend on a well for their water have learned to fill up up all available pots and pans when a thunderstorm is brewing. What would you do if you knew your water supply would be disrupted for a few hours, or a day or two? Assuming you don’t already have long term water preps (or you don’t want to […]
They say each person uses 70 gallons of water a day. Seventy whole gallons, 98% of which gos down a drain. That includes, cooking, drinking, flushing the toilet, and showers. During an emergency you can get by with ten gallons a day pretty good except when you wash clothes. For your survival preps you should count on two gallons […]
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the average US family uses 400 gallons of water per day. Most of that goes to watering lawns and gardens. During a disaster, the grass can die, but the garden will need water. Today I want to share with you a great method for driving your own water well […]