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True disaster resilience. And it's in this little box.
Our Founder
" There was a wildfire near our home that was too close for comfort. "
The Disaster Deck
Resilience in your pocket
DIY Wellness, Resistance, Resilience, Know Better Do Better
Travel Fearlessly
Trip Guides, Pack Lists, Regional Resources
And you get all of this to help you prepare and evacuate
Be Well
Each product includes self-care steps for staying calm and focused
Your guide to planning for, practicing and recovering from any natural disaster.
Your go-to in a real-time event for action steps during and after a natural disaster.
Your on-the-go resource for action steps when you're outside or in a vehicle.
Items for preparing and reacting to a real-time natural disaster.
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Then when you know better, do better.
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The Disaster Deck - 4 Pack
The Disaster Deck
Le Cubre Peak near Montecito Santa Barbara, photo by @ocvisual

Montecito, CA

Montecito is known for its star-studded population and luxurious lifestyle, but this does not make it immune to natural disasters. After the 2017 Thomas wildfire, burnt vegetation left most areas vulnerable to flooding and mudslides. The community has shown great resilience, however, and definitely deserves your tourism.

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Ship cruising Anacortes Washington

Anacortes, WA

Located on Fidalgo Island, the vibrant seaside town of Anacortes serves as a gateway to the San Juan Islands and is a popular area for whale watching. Because of Anacortes’s proximity to the Cascadia Subduction Zone that lines a section of the ocean along the Pacific Northwest coast and two...

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Hood River Oregon rolling hills sunset. Photo by Ben Klea

Hood River + Cascade Locks, OR

Hood River and Cascade Locks are both located along the Columbia River Gorge in Hood River County in northwest Oregon. With Oregon's tallest peak, Mt. Hood (11,235 feet) overlooking Hood River and the Columbia River Gorge cutting through magnificent landscapes, the region is worth visiting for its unusual mix...
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