Drought has become a major concern in the past year, with the nation’s largest reservoirs at historically low levels. Both Lake Mead and Lake

It’s common knowledge that you can’t drink saltwater to survive. The concentration of salt in seawater is higher than in our bodies, meaning that

Get yourself a canteen, eat snow, unless you're too cold. Drink all the water you can sustain.

Provided that the only reason your water is dangerous to drink is that it contains pathogens, any of the above methods should help.

Regardless if it's a natural or artificial disaster, you must do everything possible to procure, treat and use water as efficiently as possible

People have survived for centuries in this environment. If they can, we can too. All we need is the proper knowledge and strategy. Let's

It is critical to have a regular water intake during a heatwave, and you must figure out ways to preserve your body's water.

We don't usually talk about it in the prepper community, but having enough water in any survival situation starts with making sure that we're

Maintaining a small garden and chickens is critical. You can stockpile supplies and seeds, so you're ready to scale when catastrophe strikes.

As a survival instructor, preparedness writer, and CERT Program Director, I have come across claims about water storage and treatment technology and practices.

Spending some time gathering and storing water becomes a necessary effort during a lockdown since water is needed both for consumption and food preparation.

Even though Chlorine tablets are considered more effective than Iodine, each chemical has its good and bad points when it comes to water purification

Water collection is a worthwhile endeavor for your off-the-grid life, as long as you do your research and take the right precautions before making

Drinking seawater will actually put salt into our bloodstream, not remove excess salt from it. When the salt level gets high enough, it will

Bottled water is very expensive for what it is; plastic is filled with known carcinogens which may leach in the water; it’s a burden