Update to “Getting Started”

We have slightly modified the Getting Started section of the website to include some general emergency information. If you have already begun the BabySteps, you may have missed this information. Before you really delve into your food storage program you should have an emergency plan in place for your family (including a disaster supplies kit and your 72 hour food kit).

We wrote an article to help summarize the types of things you should include in your emergency plan. If you would like a quick summary, you should print out the Emergency Checklist that Julie put together. Just follow through the checklist and by the time you reach the end you should have your emergency plan in place. It is very helpful!

  • Jodi

    Debbie,

    Your site is amazing. So much great information. We are definitely going to have to use you as a resource when we get more into emergency issues beyond food storage. Thanks for adding our link. We would be honored to be included on your site πŸ™‚

  • Jodi

    Debbie,

    Your site is amazing. So much great information. We are definitely going to have to use you as a resource when we get more into emergency issues beyond food storage. Thanks for adding our link. We would be honored to be included on your site πŸ™‚

  • Thanks for your website. I’ve created a website too dedicated to Emergency preparedness. I hope you don’t mind that I’ve added your site as a link.

  • Thanks for your website. I’ve created a website too dedicated to Emergency preparedness. I hope you don’t mind that I’ve added your site as a link.

  • Jodi

    Oh dear. Jen you are always catching my mistakes. How embarrassing! It’s fixed now.

  • Jodi

    Oh dear. Jen you are always catching my mistakes. How embarrassing! It’s fixed now.

  • jweiss08

    I’m going to have to tease Jodi about this one! She’ll have it fixed soon.

  • jweiss08

    I’m going to have to tease Jodi about this one! She’ll have it fixed soon.

  • Jen

    The Emergency Checklist link didn’t work.

  • Jen

    The Emergency Checklist link didn’t work.