Tag Archives: harvesting rain water

Hook Your Emergency Water Storage Tanks Into Your Plumbing With This 1 Clever Trick

December 28, 2016

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emergency water storage

Water is life. As a prepper, as an outdoors person, and even as a human, this fact has been drilled into our heads over and over. It’s a cornerstone of the “Rule of Threes.” Three days without water, and the human body starts to suffer the consequences. Water has a big place in our preparations, […]

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Top 7 Mistakes To Avoid When Harvesting Rain Water

December 5, 2016

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harvesting rain water

Harvesting rain water should be a priority for any serious prepper or gardener. Did you ever go on a long hike, then find yourself parched with thirst? The need for water catches up with you quickly. If the city water or your well shut down for a week, would you be able to survive or […]

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How to Build The Ultimate Rain Catchment System

September 4, 2015

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RainCatchmentTourVideoSplash

I recently published a report on how to build “The Ultimate Rain Catchment System”… a system that uses 7 mechanical levels of filtration to purify water off of any roof. Plus… Can be used to pipe hot water into your home, without using any electricity. And that report has been SO popular that I thought […]

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DIY Berkey Water Filter

June 12, 2013

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DIYBerkeyWaterFilter

Check out this very simple video on how to make your own Berkey Water Filter for 1/2 the cost of buying a new one. If you do not have a way to purify water, there’s no point in buying food, weapons or anything for surviving the coming collapse, because you won’t make it. Clean water […]

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Pumping Water Uphill With No Electricity

March 29, 2013

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Rife River Pump

What’s the first thing everyone tells you to get squared away when prepping? A water plan! Water feeds gardens, livestock and is necessary for your life… not to mention really freakin convenient for baths and doing dishes. So I took this advice and dug a well. And while we were able to hit water flowing […]

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