HomeHow ToFood & DrinkPreparing an Emergency Food Supply Survival Spot Food & Drink, How To Preparing an Emergency Food Supply, Short Term Food Storage 6 Responses Survivalsupplies No single food storage plan will work for everyone. Each family’s needs differ. The most important thing is to start storing just a few items today and add a little more each month. Survival Supplies Reply Food Insurance The other day I ran across a yard sale where they were selling their extra emergency water storage containers for dirt cheap. Unfortunately someone beat me to them who was going to use them to go on their family adventures out to the desert. That brought up a good point. It's a good idea to have an emergency water supply at home as well as on your vacation (especially if it's in the desert). Just make sure the kids know they can't have a water fight with it. Reply Beau Armstrong Outstanding content ….thanks. Very helpful links out to UGA as well…many thanks. I am new to this subject, so I can use all the help I can get. Storable Food Supply Reply prepareyourfamilytoday That is so true Food Insurance. I found great things to help and add to my food storage and my emergency survival kits at yard sales, I even found things to add to my kids individual emergency kit too. Yards sales, discount store like Salvation Army has great stuff to help grow your emergency kits. Reply mamajacs I think I speak for many when I say there is no way I could afford to put together a preparedness program immediately. It seems a little over whelming at first, but if you just use a little commonsense and do your research you can start and add to your collection on a weekly basis. I really enjoyed and learned alot with this website and I will return to read somemore. Thanks for all the good info. Reply King Neece Clean radiation from any water sourceOur University of Alabama patented solar desalination product uses no electricity, has no filters to replace, can be taken anywhere and extracts pure water from any contaminated water source. It removes radiation, fluoride, salt, pesticides, bacteria, dirt and other contaminants from any water. It aids people to be prepared for disasters, saves hundreds on bottled water and utility bills. Made tough in the U.S.A.Please visit us: http://freshwater.ecogreenenergies.com ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.