Water Storage

Episode 95: ITRH Farm Update & New Project

January 16, 2013
Thumbnail image for Episode 95: ITRH Farm Update & New Project

Hosts Aaron and Jason give an update to the urban farm project and discuss the debut of a huge new project. After two years of gaffs, mistakes, and lots of folly, Aaron and Jason have suddenly reached the completion of the livestock portion of their urban farm. Now they look to the future for perfecting […]

Read the full article →

Episode 86: Prepared in 7 Days

October 1, 2012
Thumbnail image for Episode 86: Prepared in 7 Days

Hosts Aaron and Jonathan discuss how fast is too fast to prepare, common mistakes, and the lessons from experience. More and more people are opening to the idea of being prepared. And As we get closer to the 2012 Presidential Election, Myan 2012 “Doomsday” date, and bad economy continues that pace quickens. So to does […]

Read the full article →

Episode 50: Preparing for 2012

January 9, 2012
Episode 50: Survival Knives

Hosts Aaron and Jonathan ring in the new year with a discussion of preparing for 2012. The time to act is now. The begging of the year is a perfect time to go over the basics of preparing, reviewing our preps, and touching on more advanced considerations of survival. For long time listeners Episode 50 […]

Read the full article →

Friday Gear Report: 7/08/11

July 8, 2011

Water is one of the most essential items needed for survival. After a disaster, clean drinkable water can be extremely difficult to come by. Large water storage tanks litter the market. Few address the survival and preparedness community directly. The SuperTanker 250 and 125, on the other hand, are specifically designed for preparedness minded people. […]

Read the full article →

Episode 10: Food Storage Basics

April 4, 2011
Thumbnail image for Episode 10: Food Storage Basics

Hosts Aaron and Jonathan discuss the basics of storing food and consumables. Rational preparedness is about doing things that improve your life in good times too. Think storing is silly and a little too “doomsday thinking” for you? Storing food and consumables can get you through those person trials as well as have a beneficial financial […]

Read the full article →

Water Collection, Purification, & Storage in an Urban Environment

March 9, 2011
Thumbnail image for Water Collection, Purification, & Storage in an Urban Environment

In the event of a catastrophe, whether natural or man-made, water is perhaps one of the most crucial elements lacking in an urban setting. Earthquakes can disrupt water mains, or water treatment plants can be shut down or destroyed, leaving us with only the water we have in bottles and storage. Careful planning and forethought […]

Read the full article →