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Not Food!

Lately, I’ve been thinking a bit about disaster preparedness. A recent local news story said that someone (I’ve already forgotten who) had revised their recommendation about how much food and water Pacific Northwesterners should keepĀ on hand in case the big earthquake that we’re long overdue for strikes. 807 more words


Disaster Preparedness: Bikes

A bike is one of the best things to have in your disaster supplies. It can get you where you need to go even though you may have to lift it over obstacles and around stalled traffic. 125 more words

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Disaster Preparedness Final Video

Hello everyone! This will be my final post… for awhile at least. I hope that everyone enjoyed what I wrote and learned a little something along the way. 28 more words


unfettered opportunities

Across the Caribbean, the Honourable Dr Ralph Gonsalves is highly respected for his scholarship and leadership. He is affectionately referred to as Comrade – a nomenclature he has fully embraced, even titling his autobiography: … 902 more words

Sunriver, Oregon, Seeks Wildfire Preparedness While Also Protecting The Natural World

Commitment to natural beauty runs deep in Sunriver. But while this ethos has attracted people to the community from across the country, it may mean that wildfires always will be a growing risk, especially as fire seasons get longer and hotter. 72 more words

AmeriCorps Story of Service: Jack Rodman

Service has always been a huge part of my life. Even when I was younger I experienced public service through my parents who always put a large emphasis on helping others and giving back to the community. 282 more words

Disaster Preparedness: Practice

Practice your preps. Even the simple stuff.

Don’t assume everyone knows how to work a can opener. Can everyone climb out of a window. How about light a match? 61 more words

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