Is there a season for emergency preparedness?
The simple answer: nope.
Is there a reason for emergency preparedness?
The simple answer: yes.
Because we live in a most beautiful part of the world, with mountains, active and inactive volcanoes in the Pacific Ring of Fire, we balance the beauty and wonder of this place with the knowledge that we have to be prepared. Prepared, not scared. The more prepared we are as individuals, within our families, neighborhoods, and schools, the better off we are for daily life, and for whatever weather-related issue that comes our way. Doing nothing, with the hope that an earthquake can’t/won’t happen, is not a plan.
Is there ‘one way’ to be prepared?
The simple answer: no, it depends.
So, review your family circumstances and get everyone involved with being prepared. Reach out to neighbors; maybe work on your eprep together. It’s great to know what plans your neighbors have in the event of a major climate disaster. Share and connect. Then, repeat as often as needed.
I attended a Zoom meeting recently where the presenter issued “Calls to Action.” Among these were:
• Map Community Assets
• Make Contact
• Share Your Expertise
Her parting words were: Earthquake preparedness is a community action.
These community actions are not just for those in the eprep community. So, start where you are and reach out via email ([email protected]) if you want support or have questions.