Prepper News Watch for April 16, 2015

CCRET-Logo-250-SquareESSENTIAL PREPAREDNESS CLASS!

The Essential Preparedness seminar is designed to provide members of the general public with real life considerations and accurate information for creating a personal emergency plan.  Upon completing the course the attendee will be able to draw appropriate conclusions for creating a personalized emergency plan based on their personal, financial and familial situation.

The next CCRET class on Essential Preparedness is April 25th, in Mesa AZ.

This 8-hour course is only $10 for preregistration, $15 at the door. Seating is Limited. Training will be provided by the Center for Community Resilience, Education. Go to the CCRET website for more information.

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Prepping and General Interest

  1. A Few Reasons I Like The Kalashnikov Better Than The AR-15
  2. 3 All-Natural Ways To Rid Your Garden Of Deer
  3. How To Measure Energy (kWh) Of A Single Device With A Power Meter (Watts over Time)
  4. Food Storage Do-Over Week 14: Sanitation/First Aid
  5. Cielo Stainless Steel Pill Holder
  6. How to Set Up a Ham Radio Without Going Crazy – Part 2
  7. 6 Steps To Harden Your Home Against Fire
  8. Deadly Bubonic Plague Discovered In U.S. Fleas, Animals
  9. Survival Skills: How to Avoid a Spring Foraging Failure
  10. False Myths That Could Ruin Your Prepping Plans
  11. Do I have To Blanch My Surplus Vegetables before Freezing?
  12. Rotating Your Food Storage With FIFO
  13. Ten Foods to Include in Your Emergency Food Storage Supply
  14. 5 Vital Rules For The Newbie Bushcrafter
  15. Pinch Multitool

Economic

  1. Initial Jobless Claims Miss By Most In 2 Months, Continuing Claims Collapse To Lowest Since Dec 2000
  2. Huge Trouble Is Percolating Just Under The Surface Of The Global Economy

Prepper Expos

  1. PrepperShowsUSA | Prepper Shows and Survivalist Expos

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