Don't wait until you're almost hit with a disaster, to prepare. This is part 2 in our preparedness series (a link will be at the bottom for part 1). When you listen to this show, think about Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose, and Katia. Think about being prepared, so if you are fortunate enough to not have to evacuate, you're able to survive on your own for awhile.
This week, our focus will be on being self sufficient (which is a large part of prepping). Being increasingly self sufficient will decrease your need for mainstream services and goods, so if anything does happen that negatively affects the country, you and whomever you've created a network with, will be less affected or without a disaster, will simply be more in control of your own resources (huge peace of mind). Our first guest (returning from last week), Kwabena Nkromo of Atlanta Food & Farm PBC, will start our discussion by detailing his background as an urban agriculturalist and will focus on how to get one started. This is especially important information for those in food deserts, areas where there are no local grocery stores with fresh food.
Our second guest, also returning from last week, will be Mr. Bailey, part of a husband and wife prepper team. He will revisit some of the information he presented last week, but his main focus will be to answer questions from callers.
Tonight, join hosts Alex Primo and Asha Zuri as we go into part 2 of being prepared. You can listen in at 9pm EST by clicking the link below:
Last week's show can be listened to by clicking here:
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