Not long ago in America, the conventional wisdom was that fresh drinking water always would be available. But with recent water crises in West Virginia and then Flint, Mich. – as well as droughts throughout the country – that no longer is the case.
And what if there is a long-term blackout or a terrorist attack that impacts the water supply?
Now, more than ever, it’s essential to stockpile water for your survival. That’s the topic of this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio, as we talk to Daisy Luther, a survival expert and the author of The Prepper’s Water Survival Guide: Harvest, Treat, and Store Your Most Vital Resource.
She tells us everything we need to know about storing water long-term, including:
- How much water the average person should store.
- What she considers the best way to store water.
- Which type of plastic she recommends to stockpile water.
- How long water will last in storage and remain potable.
Finally, Daisy tells us the cheapest ways to store water. We also discuss water filters.
This week’s show could change the way you stockpile – for the better. Don’t miss it!
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