Urban Prepping

Preparing for an emergency or natural disaster in an urban environment is going to be radically different than in a suburban or rural setting.  New York City has a density of about 28,000 people per square mile.  Los Angeles has over 7,000 and even Portland, OR is over 4,000.  Compare that to Montana at just […]

Earthquake Preparedness

According to Nature there is about a 1 in 3 chance (or higher) that – when a major earthquake strikes the Pacific Northwest (specifically Portland) in what’s called the Cascadia Subduction Zone within the next 50 years. When the next major quake happens it threatens to be in the 8-9 point range on the Richter […]