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Now this one is less humor, and a bit more itchy. Be sure to pack your hydrocortisone for this infographic kids! This one comes to us from Treks in the Wild – and, is useful enough to print out, laminate (or print on weatherproof paper), and pack along with you.

The post Infographic: How to Identify Poison Ivy appeared first on My Family Survival Plan.

Author: Just Your Average Hiker
Posted: December 19, 2014, 2:43 pm

Martial law is a tense time of strict curfews and random searches. The safest place to be is a well-supplied home in a sparsely populated area. Survival depends on preparedness, including a plan to evacuate from urban areas if possible. Prepare now by stockpiling supplies, preparing a safe shelter, and learning survival behaviors.

All the previous declarations of Martial Law will pale in comparison to what our rulers have planned very soon! Here are some previous examples:

Martial Law was declared by [...]

The post Survive When Martial Law is Declared! appeared first on My Family Survival Plan.

Author: MyFamilySurvivalPlan Contributor
Posted: December 15, 2014, 4:56 am

Today’s article comes to you from the ITS Forums via Doc of RSKTKR Consulting. We thought this was such a great topic that we wanted to throw it up as a main article.
Where have you stashed a handgun in your home or car that you feel is an especially clever stashing place?
Here is a list

The post 40 Unique Places to Stash Firearms appeared first on My Family Survival Plan.

Author: The ITS Crew
Posted: December 14, 2014, 5:32 am

French bread will only last a few days before it goes bad. And canned goods will last you a few years.
So all food has an expiration date, right? Wrong!
Some foods can last a century. Yes, that’s right. A hundred years!

The post 10 Foods You Can Store For 100 Years appeared first on My Family Survival Plan.

Author: Kimberlee Hertzer
Posted: December 12, 2014, 4:19 pm

Recently, a new medical survival guide came across my radar and I decided to flip through it. Most of the guides of this sort don’t appeal to me much; they’re either so technical that I want to go to sleep after page 2, or they’re so simplified that there’s not much information that’s useful to me. This one, however, was a pleasant surprise.

The post Survival MD Review appeared first on My Family Survival Plan.

Author: Alec Deacon
Posted: December 11, 2014, 6:15 am

If you’re dead serious about surviving (and even thriving) when the power grid goes down and society ends as we know it, then you likely know one of the most important criterion to success is a good location off the grid. Some of us, due to family or work, need to live in suburbs or near

The post The Best (And Most Secure) Off-Grid Location When Society Ends appeared first on My Family Survival Plan.

Author: Malaya Careta
Posted: December 10, 2014, 5:15 pm




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