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When we do go out and practice our bushcraft skills, or pitching up your tent for a few days. We all must think of our actions. Always leave your camp as you found it, by leaving no trace. Be mindful of the items that you bring with you, I'm sure that you would want to go back at a later date and it will be just as beautiful as before. 

Looking after our places that we visit is so important, for now and the future.

At Survival Instinct - Preparedness, we are proud to keep nature at it's best. Below is a few words from people who care about our planet.

Environmental Health

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Environmental safety is something most of us take for granted. We assume the water we drink is safe, the air we breathe is clean and the food we eat is free of contaminants. But that's not always the case.

Chemicals and biological pathogens such as bacteria, viruses and parasites are everywhere and can easily migrate through air, water and soil.

Most of the time, we're unaware of the substances we're inhaling, swallowing or touching. And even when we are aware, the risks of exposure to these substances are often unknown. But in some instances, they can be hazardous to our health and safety, causing serious injury and illness.

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This does affect us all, from going to the wilderness, the beach and even in our own neighbourhood. As a prepper, having a water source, when you need it most, even more so in an emergency. 

If you would like to learn more please click on the link below for awareness and please share this page. Thankyou.

The following link is for everyone. No matter where you may live.

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