- EMERGENCY FOOD
- WATER SOLUTIONS
- SOLAR & POWER
- SURVIVAL TOOLS
- SPEAK TO AN EXPERT
There are many ways to prepare for a disaster. But for most of us, preparing for an emergency or natural disaster involves preparing drinking water for when the municipal water source becomes unreliable and survival food buckets for when food shortages strike our grocery stores.
At Valley Food Storage, we want every American to be prepping for events like natural disasters, civil unrest, wars, and anything in between. That is why we provide our customers with long-term food storage buckets that have a shelf life of 25 years. However, we believe that every family, alongside their other food storage, should have easy access to healthy, organic, and fresh foods. This is why we are going to explore how to build a survival garden. Survivalist gardening will help supplement your regular food storage and ensure you always have the freshest fruits and vegetables on hand.
Hurricanes strike the coastlines of the United States every year. Typically, the season lasts from June through November. Hurricanes cause massive damage and take the lives of innocent people. That is why we think it is so important to be ready for hurricanes and why we’ve created a hurricane preparedness list.
When SHTF, some preppers will choose to rely on the resources they’ve stockpiled and their current location to wait out whatever the emergency event might be. However, other preppers will decide to evacuate or “bug out” to survive the event until things settle down.
We are no strangers to power outages. Hurricanes, winter storms, tornados, and other types of emergencies consistently knock out our power and create food shortages. But you do not have to go hungry just because there is a power outage. Instead, you can cook nutritious meals without relying on electricity.
There are few things in the world as fulfilling as growing your own food. However, if your garden is super bountiful, you’ve probably wondered how to preserve vegetables, so you don’t waste the fruits of your labor. On top of not wanting to waste fresh food, you probably also want to preserve your food to keep your family fed during natural disasters, civil unrest, or other emergencies.