The Prepper’s Water Survival Guide: Harvest, Treat, and Store Your Most Vital Resource: Luther, Daisy: 9781612434483: Amazon.com: Books
10 reviews for The Prepper’s Water Survival Guide: Harvest, Treat, and Store Your Most Vital Resource: Luther, Daisy: 9781612434483: Amazon.com: Books
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Rosita Rawlyk –
Excellent enlightening book.This subject should be discussed at all schools levels from nursery to college; it should be also discussed at the kitchen table all across the world; seriously because we take the precious liquid for granted until we read this book. Highly recommended. Thanks Daisy Luther for writing it.
Easy to read, plain english, how to’s and things to avoid. A must read.
Amazon Customer –
I was amazed at the number of ways to get and store water. I also did not realize how quickly one could become sick from lack of water. This book may be small in size, but it packs a tremendous amount of information. I did not know of all the ways to obtain water, and how much water a single person needs to survive. I live in an area of this country that get a lot of rainfall. But I did not realize how much water just runs off. This book will be invaluable in a crisis situation, it could save a persons life. I highly recommend this book. JRV
Living Life in Rural Iowa –
This book needs to be in your preparedness reference library. It is a must have and a must read! So much good information that could save your life in a disaster or other SHTF situations!
Excellant information. Would recommed even to people who aren’t preppers. Great for power outage storing water, how to conserve, and how much need per day per person. If we lose power, we don’t have water. We have a generator, but would prefer to have water stored ahead of time.
Amazon customer –
Merely 5 pages in and my eyes were opened wide to the possibilities where my family and I could be in dire need of water. I don’t know if I’d call myself a prepper or not but I believed we had things in order to self sustain for a period of time if something untoward occurred. This is honestly the first book I should have purchased followed by redundant means of procuring potable water.Please, if you’re reading this and considering threats that could effect your family’s well being, buy this book, it’s inexpensive and will be a very wise investment, and you’ll be well on your way of doing right by your family.
World Traveler –
I came across the link for this book on a survivalist site. It is pretty straight forward and a must.
Amazon Customer –
Love this author and all her suggestions and information. She really makes you think about what could and probably will happen at some point in our lives. Water is the main thing that we all have to have to live. We have all heard about and seen water shortages during disasters already.
For those of us who do not know about the importance of water preservation, purification etc. Get the book. It will come in handy when you need it.
dianne overton –
A lot of great information. Amazing how much water we use in a day.Will be making changes and prepare for any emergency.Thanks for the work put in to the making of this resource.