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"3 Compelling Reasons Preppers Should Buy a Patch of Land"


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Acquiring gear, stockpiling additional ammunition and goods, and possessing a bug out bag are great starting point. But in a long-term crisis, would you survive?

Preppers need to think about purchasing land (while it remains), whether individually or corporately. Those who possess farmland and open space will survive a long-term dystopian crisis. I'd rather be in the country with fellow preppers than in an overcrowded city surrounded by the starving masses of a concrete jungle.

From The Organic Prepper

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For me, prepping is not just about getting a bunch of gear that maybe you will have to leave behind (don´t ask me how I learned this, please).

Prepping is also investing resources, like your time and money, in the wiser form possible. It’s about getting the needed skills to get the most out of your resources. It’s about developing enough abilities to identify a necessity, even if the economic environment is stormy and negative, and move forward to take advantage of it and provide something useful to your local community. It’s exactly what many of my people are doing to cope with the situation.

 

 

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