Just in Case: How to Be Self-Sufficient When the Unexpected Happens

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Storey Publishing, Jul 23, 2008 - House & Home - 240 pages
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If disaster strikes and public services are limited, you want to know that your family will be taken care of. With an eye toward self-sufficiency, Kathy Harrison guides you through preparations and contingency plans that will keep you healthy, safe, and calm in a crisis. Learn how to inventory and rotate your food supply, pack an evacuation kit, maintain communication with loved ones, and much more. You’ll soon gain the ingenuity and resourcefulness to get your family through even the most unfortunate circumstances.
 

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One of the best books I have read on preparation for emergency and surviving in the city or country and I have read 3 of Tom Browns books and quite a few others Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
THE OAR SYSTEM ORGANIZE ACQUIRE ROTATE
13
PREPAREDNESS GETTING YOUR HOME AND FAMILY READY TO HANDLE CRISIS
49
DEALING WITH DISASTER WHAT TO DO IN AN EMERGENCY
101
DOING IT YOURSELF THE ARTS OF SELFSUFFICIENCY
155
Could We Really Do It?
228
INDEX
232
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Kathy Harrison is the author of Just In Case, as well as Another Place at the Table and One Small Boat, two books that chronicle her experiences as a foster parent. She is a national spokesperson, touring and giving lectures, for both foster parenting and family preparedness. She has appeared on The Today Show and Oprah, and in NPR interviews. She lives with her family in western Massachusetts.

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