When There is No FEMA: Survival for Normal People in (Very) Abnormal Times

This 500+ page book – 3+ years in the making – was written by the author as the reference he would want if his own family’s life depended on it. You could fill an entire bookshelf with survival books, or you could simply …

This 500+ page book – 3+ years in the making – was written by the author as the reference he would want if his own family’s life depended on it. You could fill an entire bookshelf with survival books, or you could simply obtain “When There is No FEMA” and have a single, textbook-quality reference that provides detailed information on virtually every aspect of modern-day disaster preparedness. Described by one of the foremost survivalists in the world as “encyclopedic”, WTINF covers all the bases.

Where the typical survival book might simply recommend that you “raise chickens for eggs”, WTINF goes into deep detail about all aspects of raising chickens and other small livestock. Rather than simply suggesting you grow vegetables, WTINF covers growing seasons, fertilization and irrigation, how, when and what to plant, how deeply to plant the seeds and how far to space them.

Beyond that, this definitive work provides similar detailed information on water treatment and storage, sanitation, quarantine, food processing, foraging, hunting, trapping and fishing, fuel and energy, nutrition, first aid, weapons and home defense, defensive tactics, disaster planning, disaster communications, organizing entire survival communities and a host of other vital topics.

If you are concerned that the volatile and dangerous world in which we live today may find its way to your own doorstep then this is the book that was written for you!

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