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Water Storage

  • Finding the right water filtration system will help meet your needs during an outdoor adventure and emergency

    Whether you’re on the go, having an outdoor adventure, or in an emergency, make sure you stay hydrated with refreshing, clean water. (...)

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    Posted In: Insight, Planning, Water Storage Tagged With: preparedness, water, Survival, emergency preparedness, water filter

  • WS- Water Barrel Trio copy

    *pictured above 55 gallon, 30 gallon, and 15 gallon tanks

    Water storage containers vary in their size, color, shape, versatility and quality. We have specifically chosen our Read More

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  • Refreshing Drinks

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    Although our stored or purified water may be entirely safe to drink, and definitely necessary for our health and well-being, in an emergency, it may not taste as appetizing as we would desire, especially for children. (...)

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    By Scott Pedersen, Vicki Tate, and Barry Crockett

    Next to air, water is what man needs most. In a challenging situation, it is critical to be able to find, store or treat water. Our bodies are about 80% liquids. We lose water in three ways: perspiration, breathing and urination. Dehydration of 6 to 8% of the body’s weight results in decreased body efficiency. (...)

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  • Welcome!

    We’re glad you are here.  If you are new to preparedness or “prepping”, this is a great place to start.  Please keep reading.

    Here we’re going to discuss the whys for getting prepared, and recommend some ways to get started.  It can feel daunting, but with a little insight and direction, we hope to arm you with the information you need to move forward and make the preparations that fit you and your situation. (...)

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    Posted In: Emergency Kits, Planning, Food Storage, Water Storage

  • Water Storage Overview

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    Water storage is arguably the most vital element of any emergency plan. The human body can live several days without food, but only a few days without water. When you consider that water sources can become contaminated or cut off during a natural or manmade disaster, it makes sense to store as much clean, drinkable water as possible.

    You’ll need water for hydration, cooking, and sanitation, so the more you have the better off you’ll be. (...)

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  • Water Storage Options

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    In most emergency situations, fresh drinking water is the most important item you can store. It is recommended to have both stationary emergency water storage and portable storage in containers light enough to carry in an emergency. Be sure to take into consideration that water weighs 8 lbs. per gallon.

    Preparedness authorities like FEMA recommend storing at least 14 gallons of water per person. Storing that much will allow each person to use one gallon a day for two weeks. (...)

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  • By Scott Pedersen, Vicki Tate, and Barry Crockett

    Next to air, water is what man needs most. In a challenging situation, it is critical to be able to find, store or treat water. Our bodies are about 80% liquids. We lose water in three ways: perspiration, breathing and urination. Dehydration of 6 to 8% of the body’s weight results in decreased body efficiency. In the summer heat, we lose about one gallon of water per day. Within three days of water depletion or loss, the body and organs can experience severe damage. (...)

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    Posted In: Insight, Water Storage