It is SO VERY IMPORTANT to be prepared BEFORE a disaster hits, but you should also know what to do and expect AFTER a flood has happened in your area?
First step...get to a SAFE area.
After you are told to return by officials...assess damage and move forward carefully.
The aftermath of a flood can be just as dangerous as the flood itself.
After the flood, be aware of the following "3" things:
Mold & Mildew
Heed the following suggestions:
Having gone through many hurricanes, I can tell you that after a day or two, peanut butter and canned tuna get to be a bit overwhelming.
If you have meat you can create a variety of meals using a campfire or rocket stove.
Don't be caught without these basic meats.
Unlike freeze dried food, Survival Cave Canned Meat is packed with just a hint of salt and natural juices, making it one of the best tasting food storage options you will ever purchase.
It has a 25+ year shelf life that guarantees that if you ever need it, it will be there, and it will still taste amazing. A lot better than peanut butter!
Store some "everlasting" seeds...in an air tight container.
What happens when the crisis goes on longer than you expect and you are coming to the end of your food storage?
If you’ve prepared well, it means you’ll have the ability to grow your own food. That’s why you need seeds to grow your own crops.
The Everlasting Garden Bucket is a lot different than the seeds you buy at your local hardware store. The seeds in this emergency pack are non-hybrid and non-GMO. They’re made specifically for survival and never see a single chemical.
All seeds are packed in a re-sealable packet that can store for 4 years at 70 degrees and much longer in cooler conditions.