Food Resilience Action for Family and Community: Storage Strategy

“We encourage members worldwide to prepare for adversity in life by having a basic supply of food and water and some money in savings. We ask that you be wise, and do not go to extremes. With careful planning, you can, over time, establish a home storage supply and a financial reserve.” – TCJCLS

Food storage expertise is available from a wide variety of sources. One of the fear-less sources has been educating it’s members from a love based approach for over a century, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. If you are a Mormon or have a close Mormon friend, you’ve experience “out of site” storage and integration as a household norm. Solari recommends two brief and inspiring videos (scroll far down the web page) on their Food Storage Overview page. Then review: What am I supposed to have in my food storage?, How much food storage do I need?, Where should I store my food storage?, How much does it cost? and Related Topics: Emergency Preparedness, Emergency Response, Employment, Family Finances, Gardening, Self-Reliance. You will have a step by step overview.

Invite a friend or Solari Circle into your storage project or if you have a storage system, consider a review, updating and outreach to other like minded friends. This commentary is focused on strategy, next week we will offer resources of ‘food’ and supplies and techniques. ~ Solari Team

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