Provides information about the six basics needed for the home during an emergency: water, food, first-aid supplies, clothing and bedding, tools and emergency supplies, and special items. Provides lists and, when appropriate, quantities.
This publication provides comprehensive information about home storage of food, including pantry staples, meats, vegetables, fruits, leftovers, home-canned food, and food stored for emergencies. Includes detailed tables listing storage times and optimal storage conditions for most kinds of foods.
Is your farm protected against “everyday” crime? How about agroterrorism? The measures to take to protect your land and property from both types of crime are similar and well worth the effort to put in place. An effective plan should consider security of property as well as biosecurity issues. This list is not exhaustive; it should serve as a starting place for you ...
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