Links for local food:
www.naturallygrown.com
www.localharvest.com
www.eatwild.com

Co-ops:
www.frontiercoop.com
www.azurestandard.com

Barter:
www.barterquest.com
www.tradeaway.com

Prepping:
www.theorganicprepper.ca
www.healthyprepperchick.com
www.thesurvivalmom.com
www.survivalsherpa.wordpress.com
www.thesurvivaldoctor.com
www.preparingyourfamily.com

Good foods for storage:
Granola Bars
Beef Jerky
Tuna/Sardines
Fruit Leather/Dehydrated fruit/Raisins
Dried beans
Canned beans
Nuts/nut butters
Protein powder
Dehyrdrated veggies
Honey
Salt
Sugar
Baking soda
Instant coffee/tea/cocoa
Bouillon Powder
Powdered Milk
Powdered Cheese
Grains (bear in mind that grains/flours can get bugs in them unless vaccum sealed, some can go bad if not used within a certain time period)

Other supplies:
Matches
Lanterns
Flashlights
Batteries
First Aid Kit
Bottled Water
Toilet Paper

Gardening:
www.organicgardening.com
www.motherearthnews.com
www.rareseeds.com
www.garden.org
www.urbanfarming.org
www.urbanorganicgardener.com

Canning/Dehydrating:
www.realsimple.com
www.homecanning.com
www.canninggranny.blogspot.com
www.thepioneerwoman.com
www.commonsensehome.com

Healthy Couponing:
www.organicdeals.com
www.myorganiccoupons.com
www.thethriftymama.com
www.faithfulprovisions.com/coupons/organic-natural-coupons/ has a whole bunch of links.

Easy outdoor toilet: Take a 5 gallon bucket, buy a foldable toilet seat at a medical supply store, obtain a good quantity of sawdust or kitty litter (think dollar store). Cover any waste with sawdust or kitty litter. Prepare a separate compost pile for human waste. Fill up bathtub with water if there’s threat of electrical outage, flush toilet with water from bathtub.

To your health, Dr. Poppy