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Preparing for a nuclear attack?

I keep getting flashbacks to my childhood when the cold war was making it’s last lap and we were watching movies about the reality of nuclear attacks.   536 more words

Running The Household

Project Noah - Month Seven

Things are finally settling down so I’m going to be able to focus on this project again come this month.  The original post can be found… 386 more words

Emergency Planning

EPA Homeland Security Research Webinar on R&D Solutions to Water Emergencies

Our EPA Homeland Security R&D colleagues are hosting a webinar on “Research and Development Solutions to Water Emergencies.”  The webinar will describe tools and strategies that EPA provides water utilities to improve drinking water and wastewater system resiliency to disasters, and to quickly recover from contamination involving chemical, biological, radiological (CBR) agents… 152 more words


Gravy Experiment for Food Storage

I mentioned that biscuits and gravy are one of our go-to breakfast meals.  My husband and I were talking about gravy and how to make that work for food storage.   345 more words


Project Noah - Three Month Food Storage

I just want to say that for those of you out there who can plan your meals for a week, a month or more and stick to it, deserve the highest praise.   1,133 more words

Emergency Planning

EPA WSD Hosts Two Late July Training Opportunities

Analytical Preparedness Full-Scale Exercise (AP-FSE) Toolkit Training

July 25, 2017 at 1:00 PM ET

The Analytical Preparedness Full-Scale Exercise (AP-FSE) Toolkit is an interactive resource that can help users to plan and conduct exercises that involve the coordination of analytical support. 114 more words



Critical infrastructure owners/operators and government agencies have an opportunity to participate in a new exercise designed to let participants evaluate and improve restoration support, preparedness, response and recovery plans for severe hazards, using a long-term, widespread power outage as a test case.   195 more words