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U.S. Earthquake Facts – What You Need to Know

The 7.8 magnitude quake that ravaged part of Ecuador’s Pacific coast on April 16 injured about 12,500 people and more than 650 people lost their lives. The power of that earthquake is a stark reminder of the dangers in the U.S. posed by the San Andreas Fault and others … in fact, scientists are continually

Non-Food Items to Keep in Your Emergency Kit

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 50 percent of adults in the U.S. do not have the resources and plans in place to deal with a possible emergency. Preparing a well-rounded emergency kit is an important step to ensuring the safety and well-being of family members should disaster strike. When

Are You Prepared for the Tornado Season?

Although tornadoes can occur at any time of the year, tornado season is already underway, with destructive tornadoes tearing through Texas during the second week of March. Perhaps you live in the downtown area of a major city and believe you are completely immune from tornadoes. While it is true that the odds are lower

Family Earthquake Preparedness Plan

Do you have a family earthquake preparedness plan? Are you prepared to be self-sufficient for days, weeks, or even months depending upon the severity of the earthquake? Do you ignore earthquake dangers because you think you aren’t at risk? Check out the article below – you may be more at risk than you previously thought.

Severe Winter Storm Preparation: Are You Ready?

During Christmas week 2015, tornadoes, severe storms, and flooding impacted the holidays for millions of people in states including Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas. People were reminded of the powerful toll severe weather can wreak, with nature causing loss of life in multiple states. Depending on the region of the country

16 Prepper Gifts for the Holiday Season

Another Holiday Season is officially upon us! And with it, the tradition of gift-giving. While a lot of people load up on plastic trinkets and dollar store novelty items, for preparedness-minded folks, this is one more great opportunity to stock up on some supplies that matter. So, whether you’re on the giving or receiving side

How to Extend Your Radio’s Signal

Every emergency kit should feature at least one basic communication tool. From signal mirrors to cellphones, it’s important to have at least one tool that can help you to communicate with others in the event that you’re stranded or in need of assistance. Radios, like basic two-way units, are especially popular with “preppers.” A small

Deadly Flash Flood Hits Utah-Arizona Border

Many throughout the West Coast and the South West are eager for rain this winter. This year’s drought has been particularly hard, and the popular consensus is that incoming El Nino storms might bring some much-needed rain to the two regions over the next few months. However some of those storms are also predicted to

Contain Rainwater For Gardens and Lawns, Fight the Drought with Harvested Rain Water

The entirety of the West Coast is currently in the midst of one of the worst droughts in recent history. In fact, in California, the U.S. Drought Monitor notes that over 70 percent of the state suffers from extreme drought, and in Nevada, 76 percent suffers from severe drought too. However, scientists and climatologists are

A State of Emergency in Washington

On November 18th, according to Fox News, Washington Governor Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency after several days of torrential rain and strong winds struck the Pacific Northwest state, killing three people, flooding rivers and cutting off power to well over 350,000 residents. Allen Kam, a representative with the National Weather Service in Seattle,

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