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Hello, my name is Tyler, my wife and I want to become prepared for the economic meltdown that seems inevitable.
I am graduating with a BS in Appropriate Technology minor in Sustainable Development - Agroecology. I'm up to speed on all renewable energy systems on the market and have farming experience.
So here we are, we've started some casual prepping by taking advantage of some of the super coupon deals. So far we have a year's supply of toothpaste and mustard... (haha). But we're working on it... There's so much that needs to be done, I'm here to find out how everyone else is approaching the task. I'm definantly interested in visiting the LDS cannery in Greensboro if anyone has any details or good contacts there, I would appreciate that information.
Appalachian State University c/o 2012
BS Appropriate Technology (Renewable Energy)
Minor - Sustainable Development, Agroecology/Agroforestry
It sounds like you could have a lot to contribute here!
On getting started, start with the basics everyone needs. Food & water. There's a good primer in the threads here -
Taking advantage of coupons is a good strategy, one many preppers use. Keep that up. Also gardening and canning if you can.
Also if you get the chance, stop by your state forum and say hello there as well. Best way to network with others.
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You will find a ton of great info to help you get started already here and more and more as you learn your way around the forums.
You should also Join your State forum plenty of folks there to help you out also!!!
If you have any questions please fire away we have a great support staff here and we are very question friendly people. Have fun city
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Welcome to APN tchester. I look forward to your posts.
welcome tyler im new here too. i too am behind the power curve when it comes to stocking up on supplies like food and water. i have a good supply of weapons and ammo, bug out bags for all in the family and have even organized all my tools for quick departure to our country "estate" lol. hope to here some great ideas from you in the future!
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