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Resources

When it comes to being prepared for natural disasters or civil unrest, there is no way an individual can learn all the skills needed to survive any situation. We recommend starting to collect some books on things like first aid, water and food storing, gardening, and any other topic that may be of use in a short or long term bad situation.          The 3SV-ERG is going to be periodically updating this page with some great books that you can go pick up for yourself if you are interested in starting your own library.

Home Library

Books listed here are generally going to have a higher page count and thus better suited for keeping at home on your favorite book shelf.

Doctor Prepper’s Making the Best of Basics: Family Preparedness Handbook 12th Revised Ed. 2012 by James Talmage Stevens.

The Encyclopedia of Country Living 10th Edition 2008 by Carla Emery. 

Back to Basics: A Complete Guide to Traditional Skills 4th Edition 2014 by Abigail R. Gehring.

Left of Bang: How the Marine Corps' Combat Hunter Program Can Save Your Life,  Van Horne, Patrick
 

Wildwood Wisdom,  Jaeger, Ellsworth 

Wilderness Survival,  Davenport, Gregory J. 

The Survival Medicine Handbook: A Guide for When Help is Not on the Way,  Joseph Alton

Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family by Arthur T. Bradley, Ph.D.

 

Tools for Survival (focus on non-electrical tools) by James Wesley Rawles

 

How to Survive The End of The World As We Know It. by James Wesley, Rawles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Field Manuals

Books listed here will have a lower page count and be able to be carried in a bag or backpack while you are in the outdoors.

Complete Wilderness Training Manual – Be Prepared A Boy Scouts of America Brand  by Hugh McManners.

First Aid, Survival, and CPR – Home and Field Pocket Guide by Shirley A. Jones, MS Ed, MHA, EMT-P, RN. 

Special Forces Survival Guide by Chris McNab.

Nature Bound Pocket Field Guide, Revised Edition by Ron Dawson. 

Downloadable Content

We will be adding and updating content that can be downloaded and retained by anyone interested.

HOW DO YOU BEGIN PREPARING AND WHY YOU SHOULD THINK ABOUT IT

ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSE (EMP) PRESENTATION: LEARN HOW ONE CAN AFFECT THE US POWER GRID WITH AN EMP AND WHY YOU SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR THE LONG HAUL

Map Your Neighborhood

Map Your Neighborhood is presented by Washington State Emergency Management.

MYN is presented at all CERT Trainings and is a great way to get to know your neighbors and create a disaster plan for the safety and security of those in your community.

For any additional information please contact the 3SV-ERG using the Contact page on this website.