Power Grid Failure 2022 Scenario – Useful Links

Posted on February 26, 2022

Useful Links:  One of the most likely crises we may face is power outage, so here is a handy compilation of useful links for further preparation.

First, remember your resources on our own CORAC website:

Links to Doug Barry Battle Ready program:

Prepping 2.0 website and YouTube channel

Southern Prepper 1 Youtube channel

M.D Creekmore YouTube channel

Steven Harris website, has links to all his other websites

Making the Best of Basics: Family Preparedness Handbook

Townsends YouTube channel (focuses on 18th century lifestyle)

Solo Camp Stoves (that burn twigs, pine cones, etc.)


Ted Koppel’s book “Lights Out: A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath”

“The Unthinkable: Who Survives When Disaster Strikes – and Why” by Amanda Ripley

Urban Survival 

Build a Berkey-Style Water Filter for about Half the Cost of Buying One

DIY Camping Toilet

Build a “Haybox” Fuelless Slow-Cooker

Build a Solar Oven

The Family Power Outage Handbook by Lisa Bedford “The Survival Mom”

A free ebook that can be downloaded:


1 Comment

  1. TXYankee05

    Looks like a a very good resourceful list. I follow some of these individuals.

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