I just expanded the two-page overview into three pages. It’s called “15 hours could save your life and your country.” With this document and the 40-page PDF, I think you have the most important two parts of the website! This summary would be my pick for the first thing to email someone.
You can download it here: 15 hours could save your life (PDF).
The free PDF is now 40 pages. It covers all the basics (water, food, medications, sanitation, staying warm, and defense) but it also has sections on how not to become emotionally overwhelmed and how to maintain morale. New materials include a section on feeding infants; a section on protecting yourself from radiation; how to build an evaporation “refrigerator”(for diabetics); and a handy table of contents. Here’s the link to the full PDF:
Grid Emergency Preparation 3-21-17
While some preppers know all this stuff, I think that most people will find this just the right amount of information to get all the essentials worked out. You don’t have to plow through a whole book. You don’t even have to buy a book. I think that most people will be delighted with this free resource.
The PDF slide show keeps getting improved. The revised introduction on page 3 describes it as a condensed book of 5,700 words. That would be about 19 typed pages.
I’m very pleased that the PDF covers so much in so few words.
This version has a new page with the detailed steps of how to purify water with bleach, on page 63.
It was also edited again by a volunteer, Barry Kepp from St. Louis. (In addition two others were hired from Fiverr.com, and they gave some valuable tips that went into this edition including actual clickable links.) The Green Zone treatment was also toned down without losing any useful tips. (page 72)
There’s even a new cartoon about advocacy on page 78.
With all this, the PDF was shortened from 101 slides back to 99. Here’s the link! Grid slide show 1-20-15