• Wellness Kit: What Is It & Why You Need It for Disaster Prep

    If you live in an area susceptible to natural disasters, chances are you’ve already done some research on preparing yourself for potential emergencies. While there is plenty of information available on the physical and analytical components of disaster preparedness, many sources tend to disregard... View Post
  • Creating and Maintaining an Emergency Water Supply

    Depending on the degree of severity of a natural disaster, it’s possible that some households or even whole communities are cut off from potable water. At times, people remain without their regular water supply for days or even weeks, so it’s vital to think this possibility through and prepare fo... View Post
  • Everything You Need to Know about SOS Food Bars

    SOS food bars are the first line of nutrition to be included in survival kits. If you’re currently looking for a reliable emergency meal manufacturer, you’ve come to the right place.  Here, we will explain how SOS rations are different from regular food bars and review the best options available ... View Post
  • Is the Ring of Fire Volcanic Activity Increasing?

    The Ring of Fire is well-known worldwide for its volcanic activity. While the rate of the eruptions in it isn’t increasing, the damage they cause is. This is largely due to the fact that the Earth’s population is growing, and larger numbers of people have to settle in close proximity to volcanoes... View Post
  • Disaster Resilience: Definition, Main Principles, and Beyond

    In 2021, approximately 1 in 10 homes were affected by natural disasters in the US alone. This amounts to over 14.5 million properties, causing nearly $57 billion in property damage. Over the coming decades, both the frequency and the intensity of natural disasters are expected to increase due to ... View Post
  • Definitive Guide to Building a Wildfire-Proof House

    A lot of people start researching the topic of wildfires when creating defensible space around their homes. However, true natural disaster preparedness starts at the point when the house is being constructed. The guide below contains detailed information for those who are looking for ways to buil... View Post

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