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Wise Donates Emergency Meals to Aid Ebola Relief Efforts

Yarkpawoto Paye, 84, is taken to an ambulance after showing signs of Ebola infection in the village of Freeman Reserve, about 30 miles north of Monrovia, Liberia. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wise Company Donates Emergency Food Storage Meals to Aid Ebola Relief Efforts in Liberia In response to the devastation wrought by Ebola

Four Reasons You May Need a Water Purifier

Water is essential to survival and without it things can quickly go from bad to worse. In an emergency situation, whether you’re at home, traveling or camping, ensuring you have a supply of safe drinking water is a priority. Make sure you’re prepared for disaster by figuring out how you’ll stay hydrated in any situation.

5 Basic Must-Have Camping Safety Items

Whether planning an adventure in the African bush or just making a weekend outing with the family, some supplies are must-haves for a successful and safe camping trip. Everyone remembers to grab the tent and sleeping bags, but no camping trip is complete without some other basic tools. Here are a few of our favorites:

Top 5 Books We’re Reading This Summer

Summers are always surprisingly busy and go peculiarly fast. One of the best ways to slow it down is to steal some time for yourself and do something you can’t do fast: Read. Here are some of the books we’re reading this summer: The Monocle Guide to Better Living  - (multiple authors) Skip the eReader

Can You Depend on Your Car in an Emergency?

A few years ago a friend bought a sporty, good-looking car that seemed to be the perfect vehicle. It was well priced, it got great gas mileage, it was small enough to fit in tight parking spaces and big enough to load everything he needed for a week road trip. He felt like he’d done

7 Easy Ways to Reduce Summer Energy Bills

The U.S. Department of Energy reports that heating and cooling make up 43% of the total utility bill for the average homeowner. After the winter we had, you probably won’t hear anyone complaining about the heat – but you may hear friends and neighbors complaining about the air conditioning bill! Here are seven easy ways

The #1 Thing to Add to Your Emergency Supplies (Besides Food)

The Red Cross and other disaster preparedness sites have excellent advice they can help you get prepared for an emergency. In the past the Red Cross and FEMA recommended the households have three days of clean drinking water per person set aside for emergencies. At a gallon per day per person, and a little more

10 Reasons to Start or Join a Community Garden

A community garden is piece of land collectively tended by a group of people. Some gardens, called allotment gardens, give individuals their own small plots and each person plants what they want and keeps their harvest. In other types of community gardens, a large garden is tended by all members of the group and the

10 Evacuation Essentials for Pets

If you’re evacuating with pets, be sure to have their supplies ready to go. Never leave your pets behind, no matter how briefly you think you’ll be gone. In fact, because of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, in some states, owners who leave their pets behind during a disaster can be charged with criminal abandonment.

How To Survive an Emergency Shelter: 13 Essentials to Take With You

Emergency personal do their best to keep people comfortable, but the best course of action is to be entirely self-sufficient. If you find you have to evacuate to a shelter, you’ll be a lot more comfortable if you have everything you need for a few days. And, if you have to evacuate you probably won’t

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