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Bug-Out Bags – Water on the Move

Editors Note: Another article from R. Ann Parris to The Prepper Journal. As always, if you have information for Preppers that you would like to...

And YOU Thought It Was Safe to Go Into the Water Again

Editors Note: An article from Jennifer Moran to The Prepper Journal. If you live near the ocean or visit the ocean you should be prepared...

Building your Water Storage

There are many things which you may need to have if there is an emergency or disaster or social upheaval which shuts down the...

Lessons from History – The Importance of Water

When we’re ready to delve into long-term disaster planning, water needs to be a focus. Without water, and a backup plan for water, all the rest of our preparations become null and void.

Safe Water If the Grid Goes Down Pt. 2

We listed what could contaminate water, and mentioned the six practical ways to fix this. Here is the investigation into the other four methods.

Ensure Your Family Has Safe Water If the Grid Goes Down

The only problem is, this continuous availability of water depends on a lot of infrastructure, and if some or all of that collapses, water is going to "dry up" quickly.

10 Things You Didn’t Know Were in Your Drinking Water

It doesn't matter if you say that your water is clean by just tasting it or inspecting it with the naked eye, there are things that are in there that we don’t know about.

Getting the Most from Food and Water During a Disaster

In a disaster we all know water is going to be very precious. Water is also one of the hardest things to store. Now is the time to think about ways to get the most out of every drop.

Safe Drinking Water Strategies for Preppers

How to sterilize water? Simple: You don't need to ‘sterilize’ water. Sterilization is the destruction of all microorganisms in, on and around an object. What is needed for safe drinking water, is disinfection

Back to Basics: Why and How to Stockpile Water for Emergencies

I wanted to start a new series on the Prepper Journal called “Back to Basics”. I know many of the readers of this blog...

How to Find Water in the Desert

I frequently highlight the need for water when you are preparing for emergencies. This simple, yet vital element of life can’t be ignored for...

DIY Water Well in a Day

Editor's Note: This article was generously contributed by Linda Holliday. Water is at the top of any prepper's list of items to have on...

Bug Out Bag Water Filtration Options

A critical prep that you have to plan for including in your bug out bag is water. When I first got into prepping, I...

Ebola Fear Scares Many into Buying Water Filters

Test your Water to Know What’s Really in It Historically, people have occasionally been wide off the mark concerning water cleanliness and safety. Who can...

Disinfection: From Treating Water with Bleach to Killing Ebola

Access to clean water means the difference between life and death in any part of the world. In order to disinfect water preppers usually...

Hand Water Pumps Making a Comeback

As recently as 100 years ago, the most important site consideration for homesteaders and villages was whether plenty of good water was within easy...

Are Terrorists Already TargetIng US Water, Electric, Nuclear Facilities?

In counter-terrorism, "surveillance correlations" refers to several seemingly unrelated events actually being related, and showing evidence that you are either under surveillance or about...

How To Start a Fire With a Water Bottle

This featured video is from Grant Thompson - "The King of Random". There are a lot of articles, videos, tips and even special chemicals...

Survival: How To Find Water

Water is obviously a critical supply you need to have in order to live. Water more than food is required if you are going...

How To Make Waterproof Matches

Today's featured video is from YouTuber's JoeandZachSurvival and they share a simple but effective way to waterproof your matches. As preppers we spend a...

Up a Creek Without a Bottle: How to Store and Carry Water in a...

Editors Note: The following article has been generously contributed to our community by Leighton Taylor who runs the Survival Knife Experts website. Leighton shares...

Home Water Test Simpler Than Expected

Up until a toxic chemical oozed into the Elk River in Charleston, W. Va., last month, we thought most pollutants could be smelled, seen...

How Safe is Public or Bottled Water?

Before hopping a northbound Greyhound to visit my daughter recently, I went online to buy her a good, long-lasting water filter to strain the...

Charleston Chemical Spill Reinforces Importance of Storing Water

Most of you have heard by now of the chemical spill in Charleston, West Virginia. For those who are fasting television or news, last...

Do you have water if the grid goes down?

Last week on National Geographic’s American Blackout we got to see a lot of common problems presented as the result of a power grid...

Underwater Cache – Part 2 – The Debate

Editors Note: This article deviates from our normal post format in that the subject matter is more of a debate between two professionals around...

Underwater Caches: Great Idea or Prepping Disaster?

Well, the third season of National Geographic’s Doomsday Preppers is off and running, and oddly enough, there is a new scoring system which provides...

Radiated Rainwater in our Future

Remember how horrifying the thought of acid rain was in the 1980s? On its way to earth, rain picked up sulfur dioxide and nitrogen...

How to Build an Automatic Watering Tube for Your Chickens

When we got our chickens back in March I was looking forward to so many things about having them in our yard. From the...

100-Year-Old Way to Filter Rainwater in a Barrel

During our boiling, broiling, blistering summer of 2012 here in the Missouri Ozarks, water was a topic of conversation wherever we went. Creeks and...