Listen: How to Store Food and Water After The Sky Has Fallen

Mat Stein, author of When Technology Fails: A Manual for Self-Reliance, Sustainability, and Surviving the Long Emergency, recently sat with Daniel Davis on the Beyond 50 Radio Show to discuss survival tactics and the likelihood that we will all need to make use of some sort of survival techniques if we want to survive an environmental and economic collapse.

[Mat Stein] believes that we will see increasing environmental and political instabilities that will cause disruptions in the flow of electricity and goods to large numbers of people. He wrote the Bible on sustainable living skills to survive a long emergency. You’ll learn things like peak oil, water quality and treatment, low-tech medicine, generating heat and power, and more. It’s essential to get his book, just in case.

In this episode, Stein discusses how to store food and water when resources are scarce and infrastructure is non-existent.

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