There are Neighborhood Watch programs all over the United States. These programs do have a positive impact on the communities in which they are based. So, if a Neighborhood Watch program works, why not establish a Neighborhood Preparedness Group? Well, you might not like letting people know what your interests are, or how much you have of what. But, would you rather find a few like you ahead of a collapse? Or a few that you could help become preppers? Or deal with an hungry and angry neighborhood after that disaster or emergency happens?
Tough choice? Maybe, maybe not. Depends on your over-riding philosophy of what you think might happen and how you intend to deal with it. Remember that I am one who thinks that survival is only possible with others that are of a similar mindset. I do not believe that “lone wolf” preppers will make it.
But you will have to find the right people to cooperate with, just use common sense. <for more info click here>