If you’re going to start a survival garden (a good idea), then at some point in time, you’re going to probably end up thinking about building a greenhouse. The original greenhouse was invented in the ancient Roman Empire, as a way to grow cucumbers for Emperor Tiberius, when the climate wasn’t warm enough.
For just shy of 40 years now, FEMA has been the federal government’s showcase agency for dealing with all sorts of tragedies. Even with almost four decades of experience, it looks like FEMA still hasn’t figured out how to do their job. From Hurricane Katrina to Hurricane Maria, we keep hearing over and over again, just how poor a job FEMA does in providing emergency relief.
People who suffer from chronic health conditions will have special challenges to deal with when it comes to any survival situation. While stockpiling medicines is the obvious solution, not all medications can be stored. But even if they can, those drugs will eventually run out, leaving the person who needs them at risk of an acute onset of their disorder, with the possibility of organ failure or even death.