Heater Meals are 9-ounce MREs (meals ready to eat) packaged in a box that serves$99.99 learn more
Converts free solar energy for rechargeable lantern, blinking light and AM/FM radio for indoor or$27.13 learn more
Our ready-made, freeze dried emergency food kits contain 60 easy-to-prepare servings. The meals are ready$153.00 learn more
3 Functions: Low, High, and Flashing. Used 3 “AA” batteries (not included). Four inches long.$3.94 learn more
Contains: 3 – 3600 Calorie Food Bars 30 – Pouches of Water (4.225 oz each)$77.75 learn more
This easy-to-carry backpack comes with supplies needed to see you through the first few days$61.08 learn more
Features: - Frequency – 60Hz - Voltage (AC) – 120v - Rated AC Power –
Looking for a complete stand-alone solution to emergency power? The Humless Sentinel Portable Solar Generator$2,599.95 learn more
Contains: 1 – Reflecting Triangle with Stand 1 – 37″ Folding Snow Shovel 1 –$117.89 learn more
High quality 50% cotton 50% poly, dark green polo shirt with C.E.R.T. logo embroidered on it.$17.50 learn more
Contents: 1 – C.E.R.T. Hard Hat 1 – Gear Bag (Green w/Logo) 1 – Pair$127.44 learn more
Gasoline is an important part of our everyday lives. It lets us run our cars and trucks, getting the kids to school and the groceries home. It helps us keep our grass and gardens looking good, powering mowers and lawn care equipment. It lets us get away on vacation, running boats, off-road vehicles, and motorcycles.
Image life without it. Gasoline may not be available during a natural disaster. When the electricity goes out, so do the pumps at the gas station. Gas may only be available for first responders. Price gouging also occurs. Super Storm Sandy saw gougers selling gasoline for as much as $30 a gallon! Read more →
Do you have a first 3 minutes emergency kit? No, that’s not a typo. We really mean minutes, not days. The first 3 minutes following a natural disaster can be really scarey, not to mention critical to your family’s well-being. When a sudden disaster occurs during the night, such as a fire, earthquake, or tornado, it may take you a little while to get oriented. It’s important that your family members have the emergency supplies that they will need already assembled and easy-to-reach immediately. Read more →
We talk a lot on this site about food storage. That is to be expected since we love to eat! But, truly, water ought to be the very first layer of our emergency disaster plan. Water is essential to life. Without it, we only have a few days to live.
Yet, we feel this incredibly important topic often gets overlooked for a few reasons: Read more →
It has happened to all of us at one time or another. The power goes off and our world suddenly is without the conveniences of electricity. Whether due to an act of nature, something caused by man or simply a lifestyle choice, there are some basic essentials to consider when living without electricity. Backwoods Home Magazine discusses what essentials need to be taken in consideration when preparing for the event that there is no electricity. They are as follows: light, water, cooking, heating/cooling, and communication. Read more →
There are only moments to spare if you have to evacuate for a natural disaster. Important documents should be gathered and taken with you. Rather than wait until emergency strikes, these documents should be kept in one place and in one file. According to the American Red Cross, these documents should be available at a moment’s notice to take with you when you have to leave your home for a natural disaster.
Here are some suggestions of the types of documents to add to your file: Read more →