Category Archives for "Disaster Response"

What Happens if “The Big One” Erupts in Yellowstone

Yellowstone is a tourist’s paradise. The expansive terrain is broken up with other-worldly hot pots, eroded basaltic lava flows, fossil forests, a black obsidian mountain, and a variety of odd formations. While there’s no denying Yellowstone is beautiful and worth visiting multiple times over, there’s also no denying that the very features that make the […]

8 Things You Should Stock for 2021

The new year is a time to reevaluate provisions and ensure that supplies are appropriate and updated for future concerns or possibilities. As a survivalist or prepper, you are undoubtedly taking inventory and planning a supply run for 2021. This blog post’s information targets some of the specific categories and items you should concern yourself […]

Disasters by Region: Your Statistical Risk

Have you targeted your disaster prep to the most common natural catastrophes in your region? Depending where you live, you may statistically be at higher risk for wildfire, earthquake, flood, tornado or another natural disaster based on weather variances, terrain and ocean proximity.The Federal Emergency Management Agency recommends that all Americans adopt an attitude of […]