100 items to stockpile now has been around for awhile and I think it is time to revisit it. Start where you are, start small, just start.

Preparing for emergencies involves foresight and planning. One critical aspect of readiness is building a stockpile of essential items that can sustain you and your loved ones during challenging times. Assembling a comprehensive emergency stockpile involves considering a wide array of necessities, ranging from food and water to medical supplies and tools. This preparedness ensures a degree of self-sufficiency and resilience in the face of unforeseen circumstances, be it natural disasters, economic instability, or other emergencies. Within this repository of supplies lie 100 items that serve as pillars of survival and comfort, each playing a vital role in ensuring stability and security in times of crisis.

The foundation of any emergency stockpile starts with provisions to sustain life. 

A well-rounded stockpile encompasses tools and equipment for both survival and practical needs. Beyond immediate survival, long-term considerations come into play. Building and maintaining such a repository requires foresight, dedication, and periodic evaluation to adapt to evolving needs and circumstances. These 100 essential items stand as a testament to proactive preparedness, offering a lifeline during the most challenging of times.

 

  1. Generators (Good ones cost dearly. Gas storage, risky. Noisy…target of thieves, invites marauders; maintenance etc. Solar is best)
  2. Water Filters/Purifiers
  3. Portable Toilets
  4. Seasoned Firewood. Wood takes about 6 – 12 months to become dried, for home uses.
  5. Lamp Oil, Wicks, Lamps (First Choice: Buy CLEAR oil. If scarce, stockpile ANY!)
  6. Coleman Fuel. Impossible to stockpile too much.
  7. Guns, Ammunition, Pepper Spray, Knives, Clubs, Bats & Slingshots.
  8. Hand-can openers, & hand egg beaters, whisks.
  9. Honey/Syrups/white, brown sugar
  10. Rice – Beans – Wheat
  11. Vegetable Oil (for cooking) Without it food burns/must be boiled etc.)
  12. Charcoal, Lighter Fluid (Will become scarce suddenly)
  13. Water Containers (Urgent Item to obtain.) Any size. Small: HARD CLEAR PLASTIC ONLY – note – food grade if for drinking.
  14. Propane Cylinders (Urgent: Definite shortages will occur.)
  15. Survival Guide Book.
  16. Mantles: Aladdin, Coleman, ect. (Without this item, longer-term lighting is difficult.)
  17. Baby Supplies: Diapers/formula. ointments/aspirin, etc.
  18. Washboards, Mop Bucket w/wringer (for Laundry)
  19. Cookstoves (Propane, Coleman, Kerosene)
  20. Vitamins (these are the best IMO)
  21. Propane Cylinder Handle-Holder (Urgent: Small canister use is dangerous without this item)
  22. Feminine Hygiene/Haircare/Skin products.
  23. Thermal underwear (Tops & Bottoms)
  24. Bow saws, axes and hatchets, Wedges (also, honing oil)
  25. Aluminum Foil Reg. & Heavy Duty (Great Cooking and Barter Item)
  26. Gasoline Containers (Plastic & Metal)
  27. Garbage Bags (Impossible To Have Too Many)
  28. Toilet Paper, Kleenex, Paper Towels
  29. Milk – Powdered & Condensed (Shake Liquid every 3 to 4 months)
  30. Garden Seeds (Non-Hybrid) (A MUST)
  31. Clothes pins/line/hangers (A MUST)
  32. Coleman’s Pump Repair Kit
  33. Tuna Fish (in oil)
  34. Fire Extinguishers (or..large box of Baking Soda in every room)
  35. First aid kits 
  36. Batteries (all sizes…buy furthest-out for Expiration Dates)
  37. Garlic, spices, vinegar, baking supplies
  38. Big Dogs (and plenty of dog food)
  39. Flour, yeast, salt
  40. Matches. (“Strike Anywhere” preferred.) Boxed, wooden matches will go first
  41. Writing paper/pads/pencils, solar calculators
  42. Insulated ice chests (good for keeping items from freezing in Wintertime.)
  43. Work boots, belts, Levis, durable shirts
  44. Flashlights/LIGHTSTICKS torches, “No. 76 Dietz” Lanterns
  45. Journals, Diaries & Scrapbooks (jot down ideas, feelings, experience; Historic Times)
  46. Garbage cans Plastic (great for storage, water, transporting – if with wheels)
  47. Men’s Hygiene: Shampoo, Toothbrush/paste, Mouthwash/floss, nail clippers, etc
  48. Cast iron cookware (sturdy, efficient)
  49. Fishing supplies/tools
  50. Mosquito coils/repellent, sprays/creams
  51. Duct Tape
  52. Tarps/stakes/twine/nails/rope/spikes
  53. Candles
  54. Laundry Detergent (liquid)
  55. Backpacks, Duffle Bags
  56. Garden tools & supplies
  57. Scissors, fabrics & sewing supplies
  58. Canned Fruits, Veggies, Soups, stews, etc.
  59. Bleach (plain, NOT scented: 4 to 6% sodium hypochlorite)
  60. Canning supplies, (Jars/lids/wax)
  61. Knives & Sharpening tools: files, stones, steel
  62. Bicycles…Tires/tubes/pumps/chains, etc
  63. Sleeping Bags & blankets/pillows/mats
  64. Carbon Monoxide Alarm (battery powered)
  65. Board Games, Cards, Dice
  66. d-con Rat poison, MOUSE PRUFE II, Roach Killer
  67. Mousetraps, Ant traps & cockroach magnets
  68. Paper plates/cups/utensils (stock up, folks)
  69. Baby wipes, oils, waterless & Antibacterial soap (saves a lot of water)
  70. Rain gear, rubberized boots, etc
  71. Shaving supplies (razors & creams, talc, after shave)
  72. Hand pumps & siphons (for water and for fuels)
  73. Soysauce, vinegar, boullions/gravy/soupbase
  74. Reading glasses
  75. Chocolate/Cocoa/Tang/Punch (water enhancers)
  76. “Survival-in-a-Can”
  77. Woolen clothing, scarves/ear-muffs/mittens
  78. Boy Scout Handbook, / also Leaders Catalog
  79. Roll-on Window Insulation Kit (MANCO)
  80. Graham crackers, saltines, pretzels, Trail mix/Jerky
  81. Popcorn, Peanut Butter, Nuts
  82. Socks, Underwear, T-shirts, etc. (extras)
  83. Lumber (all types)
  84. Wagons & carts (for transport to and from)
  85. Cots & Inflatable mattresses
  86. Gloves: Work/warming/gardening, etc.
  87. Lantern Hangers
  88. Screen Patches, glue, nails, screws,, nuts & bolts
  89. Teas
  90. Coffee
  91. Cigarettes for barter
  92. Wine/Liquors (for bribes, medicinal etc)
  93. Paraffin wax
  94. Glue, nails, nuts, bolts, screws, etc.
  95. Chewing gum/candies
  96. Atomizers (for cooling/bathing)
  97. Hats & cotton neckerchiefs
  98. Goats/
  99. chickens
  100. Essential Oils

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