8 Step Guide to Emergency Preparedness

Posted by James on Dec 13, 2017

8 Step Guide To Emergency Preparedness (1)
History teaches us many things, but Mother Nature has taken it upon herself to give us an extra dose of hard-life lessons in the past year. Hurricanes, typhoons, earthquakes, floods, and disease have shown up, uninvited, and left a wake of destruction and disaster in their path. As a result, people are hyper-aware of the […] Read more

2017 Preparedness Gift Guide For Every Situation!

Posted by James on Nov 30, 2017

2017 Preparedness Gift Guide For Every Situation!
The perfect gift this year is not a pony, a fancy pair of socks, and especially not a fruit cake (gross); this year the best present you can give to all your loved ones is food, yep… food. We are quickly entering the season of giving and often we overlook the obvious and necessary for […] Read more
How 148 Tornados In 1974 Changed Emergency Preparedness Forever
It’s human nature to want to be the best, break records, and rules… people get stronger, faster, smarter, and figure out how to go farther and faster every day. Milestones become faded memories and we continue to move forward breaking rules and regulations. Mother Nature is no different; she has continued to show us that […] Read more

6 Emergency Foods Every Family Should Store

Posted by James on Oct 26, 2017

6 Emergency Foods Every Family Should Store
There are many people in the world that walk around with an “it won’t happen to me” attitude; they feel like a crisis situation is only something they see other people go through while they watch the nightly news and enjoy a slice of pizza. The truth is… no one is immune to disaster. Mother […] Read more

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Posted by James on Oct 13, 2017

Cleaning Up After The Hurricane, Where Does All the Debris Go?
Hands up who loves garbage!? Unless you’re a critter, such as a rat or a seagull, you probably didn’t raise your hand to that question, right? Whelp, odds are that no one who is dealing with the aftermath of hurricane Harvey and Irma raised their hands either. Mountains of debris (often toxic) are currently lingering […] Read more
Recovering After The Big Storm, What To Expect And How To Prepare
Hurricane-Harvey news has been attacking us (no pun intended) from all angles… television, radio, all social media sites, your overly talkative neighbor, that one guy at work who only wants to talk about Harvey (or Trump)… it can be pretty overwhelming. However, this is what’s happening in our world today, whether you like it or […] Read more

How Much Food Does A Grocery Store Really Hold?

Posted by James on Aug 30, 2017

How Much Food Does A Grocery Store Really Hold?
What would happen in the event of a food crisis? In 2013, according to World Bank president Robert Zoellick, for the first time in living memory our world is “one poor harvest away from chaos.” What would that chaos look like? Well… at the end of World War II, Eastern Europe had front row tickets […] Read more

History Of United States Food Rationing

Posted by James on Aug 23, 2017

History Of United States Food Rationing
The United States has always thought of itself as the “land of abundance, “ but ask anyone who was on the “home front” during World War II about the bounty that America offers and the conversation will quickly turn to rationing. During the war, Americans quickly became familiar with the slogan “Do with less, so […] Read more

The Hidden Problem with Food Waste in America

Posted by James on Aug 14, 2017

Food Waste In America
Hunger is not limited to third-world countries. There are millions of households in the United States that are “food insecure,” meaning they struggle to provide enough food for their family. Although Americans have become increasingly aware of the issues of food waste, the amount of those who freely admit to being part of the problem […] Read more