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Basic Survival Skills: Water Part Two By Carolyn Nicolaysen

Finding and using water is the most important survival skill after shelter.

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Basic Survival Skills: Water

You can survive for days without food but only a very few without water. If you are caught without water what can you do?

By Carolyn Nicolaysen
Survival Skills: Build a Fire Now

Survival skills are not just for an end of the world scenario but for use when stranded or lost or because your car has failed you. They will help you survive and thrive in the aftermath of an earthquake, hurricane, tornado or many other natural disasters

By Carolyn Nicolaysen
Earthquake: Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

Over the past five years we have scene mega earthquakes on all parts of the ring of fire except the United States. Are you and your family prepared and educated if one strikes your home?

By Carolyn Nicolaysen
Warning Our Neighbors: Survivors Share Their Stories

There are so many aspects to emergency preparedness that we sometimes give up, get bogged down or believe we have it covered. Nothing is more helpful and reassuring than learning from the experiences of those who have already been there.

By Carolyn Nicolaysen
Tips to Help You Stick to Your Budget

With the drought in California, crop losses in Florida and the Midwest and crop losses in South America there is no doubt food prices are going to go up and maybe in a big way. Can your budget afford another hit?

By Carolyn Nicolaysen
Gardening: Are You Serious?!

It is wise counsel indeed that recommends every family have a garden and grow their own food.

By James B. (Jim) Kennard
Saving Water, Time for New Habits

The drought has not ended. Please continue to pray for rain, especially in California.

By Carolyn Nicolaysen
How Does the California Drought Affect You?

Please join the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in California as we fast and pray on February 2nd for rain and snow in California.

By Carolyn Nicolaysen