Survival Water: The Ultimate Guide to Storing, Treating, and Finding Water in Emergencies

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No emergency plan would be complete without survival water.

This guide will tell you everything you need to know in order to store water, treat water, and find water in emergency situations.

Drinking Urine for Survival – Is It Safe?

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When it comes to the hierarchy of survival needs, water is one of your main priorities.  You can only survive 3 days without water, and you’ll be weak from dehydration before you reach that point of death.

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The Importance of Conserving Water When You’re a Prepper

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The Red Cross, CDC, and FEMA all recommend that you should stockpile 1 gallon of water per day for emergencies.  They calculate that you will need ½ gallon of emergency water for drinking and another ½ gallon of water for cooking and cleaning.

But, let me ask you…

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What Happens When the Water Runs Out? 3 Skills You’ll Want to Know Before Large-Scale Drought Hits

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With the California drought underway, Americans are finally waking up to the fact that water isn’t the all-abundant resource we thought it was. It isn’t just in California. If you go to the US Drought Monitor, you can see that large sections of the country are in a state of critical long-term drought.

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