Midwest Preparedness Project
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Is 2023 camp still on? Any suggestions to "prepare" for this?
It certainly is. All of the information is available here on the website, on our social media and from many of our sponors who plan to attend.
Prepare: it's a primitive campsite, and while there are bathrooms and a shower house, bring extra water if you plan to camp for a few days. Bring food. If you have power sources to charge your phones, that would be helpful. Bring any medications you may need. Insect repellent, antihistimines, etc.
Hello everyone as well. I made it here, finally, after following several Facebook groups that always turn out to be filled with hateful rightwing wingnuts that challenge everyone or folks that only want to show off their (often erronous) knowledge.....well, I'm sure you have seen all that. I am really seeking knowledge and ideas. I am a former US Marine Corps veteran, retired ARNP, a is my wife, we both have PhD's. We live on a smallish hobby farm with our dogs and have been preppers for many years. I have a technician's HAM radio license. We don't have a particularly easy water source, there are only two of us for security, none of our family are preppers. Those are our primary concerns. We're pretty set for medical supplies, our main concern is making field diagnosis. So, always looking for expertise and mentoring. Always looking for firends and networking. We are very excited to explore this organization and look forward to exploring further. Happy to be here.
Hello Kapaa and welcome.
Sorry for your experiances on FB. Honestly, the level of polarization is insane at this point in history with little sign of settling. I am a self described libertarian anarchist (Voluntaryism) and honestly can get along with most anyone who doesn't want to abuse kids or force their views on me. MPP has many attendees of all walks of life and while prepping has always tended to be center right, you'll find that people at the events are very friendly.
Our lead off class on Friday is from Chuck Peoples who is an experiance field medic with multiple adventures across the globe in relief during natural disasters. He will be giving a class that may be right up your alley called, "Beyond First Aid and Stop the Bleed"
@Spags is the schedule posted for MPP?
Yes. We published it last Wednesday. It's up on all of our social media and here on the website. Here is the event graphic from social media. On the website, go to the Festival Information tab and then click 21st Semi-Annual Midwest Preparedness Project Fall Festival. The event schedule is posted there.
Hi Everyone! This will be my first time so I am excited about meeting and learning from everyone.
We are excited to meet you too! Welcome!
Been trying to attend a campout for several years, finally glad I was able to.
Currently working on redoing our water catchment system, plumbing, foundation, and outbuilding electrical.
Sounds like a busy summer!
Hey y'all. Most of you know me, but those that don't, I am from North Louisiana. I attended the last MWPP this Spring. I finally got to meet many of my online friends in person, learn some really cool stuff, and participate in an awesome community!
Glad ya made it to the Festival and it was awesome to meet ya @skainsgirl! Cruise over to the Groups Timeline page, its kinda like Facebook, but better! https://www.midwestpreparednessproject.com/newsfeed
We were glad to meet you! Spread the word about the MPP and our new website!
Hello everyone! Come here to have a great time and learn some stuff! All welcome, come as you are.
Hello All! Glad to be a part of this amazing community! Had a great time at the last one and we're looking forward to the next event!