Paycheck 23- Prepers Grab Bag Of Goodies
Urban Preps to Buy
**Buy in Bulk
- Foods for long-term storage such as wheat, rice, sugar, salt, honey, and corn.
- Freeze-dried foods
- Stool softeners
- Seeds, both GMO and Non-GMO
- Fertilizers (enough for 3 seasons)
- Water catchment system items
- Anti-diarrhea medicines
- Re-hydration powders or drinks
- Filtration units such as the Berkey Water Filter
- Silicone sealant
- 50-gallon drum, or water-proof container
- First aid kit
- MRE’s, freeze-dried food, canned goods
- Small fire starting kit (matches/lighters)
- Duct tape
- Fishing kit with collapsible fishing rod
- Spare clothes, wool socks and hiking boots
- Emergency shelter – tent or tarp
- Rain and cold weather gear
- Hand-crank radio
- Flashlight and extra batteries
Suggested Food Projects
- Ensure that you have enough food supplies to last for a long-term emergency. Refer to the Ready Nutrition Food Calculator to make sure.
- Research ways that you can conserve water or harvest water on your property.
- Look for natural water sources, and underground reservoirs to turn to for an emergency water supply.
- Practice necessary skills that will help you thrive during long-term emergencies. Skills such as gardening, food preservation, and water harvesting.
Suggested Disaster Projects
- Have multiple evacuation routes planned in the instance that Plan A and Plan B do not work.
- Make list of what items you want to have in your survival cache.
- Find a good location, along the planned evacuation routes and bury or hide your survival cache.
- Practice getting to the survival cache using different modes of transportation to see how long it will take to get there.
- Create multiple caches if necessary.