TNP137 Sharon Ross Afrovivalist on Emergency Preparedness

54 minutes

Sharon Ross, aka Afrovivalist, is an African American woman, huntress and survivalist in America here to teach city folks how to prepare for any and all emergencies – not just coronavirus but any natural or human-made disaster. I think you can hear in my voice in this episode that I've got fan fever.

Her online retreat, DeCamp Outdoors, is happening August 21-23. You'll learn how to prepare for the second wave of COVID-19 and beyond. Hunting, soapmaking, ham radio operation – learn from experienced guides in the field.

What does Sharon say in brief about the second wave?

1) Get your water sorted out
2) Food stores
3) Shelter in place improvements
4) Get a food dehydrator!

Go follow @afrovivalist on Instagram and Facebook, and get your ticket to DeCamp Outdoors – I'll see you there!

Note: This show is rated E for "explicit". Cover the young ones' ears. We are using our grown up words for this topic, people!

This season of the podcast is brought to you by the Threshold community. We look forward to welcoming Sharon as a Guest Guide in September! 

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