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January-

______Begin working on water storage. Gather appropriate containers and fill with water. Work t

towards a goal of 14 gallons per person.

______Begin work on 3 month supply of food. Make menus for dinner meals. Make grocery list f

from menus and shop for as much food as you can. Begin with enough food for 1 month.

______Non Food Storage Item Toothpaste Toothbrushes and Floss

Determine how many of these items your family would need for a 3 month supply.

Purchase as much as you can this month. Stock up when sales occur and build a year’s supply.

February-

______Purify the water that you stored last month. Continue to store the minimum amount

suggested for each member of your family. Remember that certain personal circumstances m

might require additional water.

______Non Food Storage Item Toilet Paper

Determine how much toilet paper your family needs for a 3 month supply.

P Purchase as much as you can this month.

______Continue working on your 3 month supply. Plan breakfast menus. Make grocery list from

menus and shop for as much food as you can. Begin with enough food for 1 month. Continue t

to shop for food for dinner menus.

______Long Term Storage Item Oatmeal

Inventory how much oatmeal you have. Experiment with some new ways to use this item. Buy

some oatmeal and use it this month.

March-

______Pre Disaster Evacuation Plan

Learn how to shut off all utilities gas, water, electricity in case of emergency

______Begin putting together your 72 Hour Emergency Kit (Emergency Flight Kit)

Items to put into kit this month:

_______family tent or tube tent

_______rain poncho

_______mylar blanket

_______hand and feet warmers

_______flashlights

_______food supply for three days for each kit

______Continue working on your 3 month supply. Plan lunch menus. Make grocery list from menus.

Shop for as much food as you can. Begin with enough food for 1 month. Continue to shop for

food for dinner and breakfast menus until you have a 3 month supply of each.

______Long Term Storage Item – Powdered Milk

Learn how to use powdered milk in everyday cooking. Purchase some milk and begin to

experiment. If you have milk in storage – get it out and start using it.

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