Emergency Preparedness

One of the most important parts of emergency preparedness is knowing what to do and how to do it—the following information packets and tools will get you started towards having, and knowing, what you need to do well in an emergency preparedness situation.

Nano Mask

Nano Mask

Each NanoMask includes two individual NanoFilters. Colors vary (Green, Yellow, Purple, Red). The filters are fluid resistant to reduce potential exposure to blood and other body fluids. The NanoMasks seal effectively against the face keeping air from…

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Latex Exam Gloves, Powder-Free

Latex Exam Gloves, Powder-Free

Latex Exam Glove, Powder-Free. Powder-free latex exam gloves offer maximum protection for your hands. Powder-free exam gloves are most comfortable for sensitive hands. 100 latex exam gloves per box.

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Goggles

Goggles

These goggles are perfect for eye protection. They have a clear lens, an adjustable head strap, and indirect vents that keep them from fogging. They fit any face, including Lucy’s (Michael’s 22 month old daughter).

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Food Storage Strategies

Food Storage Strategies contains the planning tools you need to simply create a food storage plan for your family. It includes information on a family 72 hour kit, ideas for two-week emergency meals including recipes, and planning a years supply of food…

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Food Storage Strategies CD

Food Storage Strategies CD contains the planning tools you need to simply create a food storage plan for your family. It includes information on a family 72 hour kit, ideas for two-week emergency meals including recipes, and planning a years supply of…

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Jack and the Bean Stalk – How to Use Your Legumes

Jack and the Bean Stalk – How to Use Your Legumes is Teri’s guide to storing and using beans as part of your food storage. Legumes (beans, peas, lentils, etc.) are a good source of protein and fiber and are a good substitute for meat. They are an…

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The Cow Jumped Over the Moon – How to Use Your Powdered Milk

The Cow Jumped Over the Moon – How to Use Your Powdered Milk is a compilation of Teri’s experiences with powdered milk. This set of instructions can help you have better health, better food storage, and significant cost savings as you learn to use…

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The Little Red Hen – How to Use Your Wheat

The Little Red Hen – How to Use Your Wheat explains how to select, store, and use your wheat. It explains the basics of yeasts, egg replacers, and gluten. Teri also includes tested, easy-to-follow recipes for cereals, bran flakes, pancakes, tortillas,…

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Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary – Indoor Gardening

Small Splatter Screen

We use Small Splatter Screens to grow sprouts on.

Grain Mill

Grain Mill
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The Grain Mill from Back to Basics is the best, low-cost, hand grain mill we have been able to find. It grinds wheat, corn, rice, oats, beans, and other dry grains and spices. It can quickly adjust for any texture from fine flour to coarse cracked grains….

Grain Mill (Amazon)

Peel Away Apple Peeler

Peel Away Apple Peeler (Suction Base)
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Peel Away Apple Peeler. The suction base of the apple peeler allows you use it on any smooth counter top or table. It will peel, core, and slice in one quick operation. Our kids love to turn apples into spiral rings for a snack. They are perfect for…

Apple Peeler (Amazon)

Popcorn Popper (Fireplace or Campfire)

Popcorn Popper (Fireplace or Campfire)
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Great for popping popcorn over the open flame of a campfire, fireplace, or gas stove-top. Easily pops two quarts of popcorn at a time (can also be used to roast chestnuts). Handle unscrews for storage. 3 inch height, 9 inch diameter, 27 inch overall…

Popcorn Popper (Amazon)