Preparedness Blog

Storing and Canning Fresh Apples

Fall is finally upon us here in Georgia. The official start of fall was back in mid-September but it does ...
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Are You Prepared for Hunting Season?

Whether you are a pro or a beginner, hunting is one of the most fun and exhilarating pastimes for many ...
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Burning Fuel Indoors

According to the American Lung Association at lung.org, after an emergency or power outage, many people are poisoned by Carbon ...
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Government Shutdown Sales Tax Holiday Sale

Here at TruPrep, we believe you should get what you pay for, and only pay for what you're getting. With ...
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Taking Donations for Boy Scout Troop 008 in Georgia

Boy Scouts Targeted by Thieves Donations are currently being accepted at both our Marietta and Roswell locations. The Boy Scout ...
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Georgia Hunting Seasons

Being prepared doesn't just mean to prepare for emergencies, it also means being prepared for a day out hunting.  Nothing ...
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Preparedness Google + Hangout Wrap Up

We had a great hangout and want to thank everyone for their participation!  We have more coming down the road, ...
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Basic Preparedness: Water, Food and Medical Supplies

If you’re caught in the midst of a disaster in your community, you may not have immediate access to water, ...
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Be Financially Prepared in an Emergency

When it comes to preparing for a disaster, storing up food, water and medical supplies are just the beginning. Disasters ...
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Why Should I Prepare For An Emergency? Things To Consider

There is nothing worse than finding yourself unprepared during the aftermath of a disaster. In the United States, we have ...
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Eat Your Beans!

How to Use Beans in Your Long Term Food Supply Beans are a very common bulk item that many people ...
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Emergency Preparedness: Have a Backup Power Generator for When Disaster Strikes

Hurricane Sandy and many other disasters left thousands of homes and businesses without power. In some areas, residents and businesses ...
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