Sep 042014
 

Howdy, we are looking to join some good Christian people in the North Georgia Mountain’s or Western North Carolina. We both have skills in building, hunting, fishing, gardening. We have a camper and lot of equipment. No we have never belonged to a group but with the way things look we would like to join together with like minded people. We are also willing to help buy in to some acreage if the plan is a good one. We are in our fifties but we are young at heart, healthy and work and play hard. You can contact us at fairhairedchild [at] netzero [dot] com or by this post.  Thanks for reading~Alleythecat

Aug 122014
 

Looking for likeminded individuals to join our small group to share in skills and knowledge. Men, women and children welcome. We are comprised of four small families at this point. We go to the farm as offten as possible to train and practice. The area is comprised of a farm surrounded by woods and swamps. The property meets up to a state park / national wildlife refuge. Looking for those with any and all types of useful skill set. Bring your own gear, we are not a resort, we buy or make ours. We are in the process of having things set up as soon as possible. We are close to Suffolk in Virginia and close to Elizabeth City in North Carolina. Contact me if interested for more information at backwoodsncboy at g mail dot com.

Jul 112014
 

Are you REALLY Ready

  • Just how prepared are you if something happened next month?
  • Would it make more sense to affiliate with a group of like-minded folks who are organized and prepared for such an event because there is safety and skills in numbers?

The facts and your intuition about what is pending can’t be denied.  We are heading for a major life-altering event.  Your logic is telling you something big is going to happen.  Then join a group that is serious about preparing for an event.  There is safety and skills in numbers. We have been preparing for several years to shelter our membership and sustain our existence for years afterwards at a secluded and secure location with full-spectrum provisions for long-term survivability.

We are an organized multi-family prepper retreat located in central North Carolina.  Our membership comes from Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. We don’t live there–we just prepare it for the day we know we will have to live there. We are not sure what will take place or when but we know it will. It is not a matter of if…it is a matter of when.

The 50-acre retreat has a deep well with pristine water, a pond and a fast flowing creek. Deer, wild turkey and rabbit are abundant. We raise livestock such as goats, chickens and ducks, and are adding rabbits in the fall.  We have several gardens (raised beds and tilled ground).   We will grow food for consumption and medicinal plants as well. We also have a fruit orchard and numerous fruit bushes.  We have been planting natural growing non-cultivated food sources such as tubers, blackberries, etc..  Our objective is to be self-sufficient when we have to occupy our retreat.  We have also constructed a greenhouse to cultivate vegetables, sprouts and seedlings.

It is our belief that there is more safety in numbers and wider range of skills as well. We feel it is more critical to store and prepare together than risk an isolated effort that cannot be defended when social order collapses. We all value our families’ safety enough to collaborate in preparing for that event.

I am a Vietnam Vet who served with an infantry unit as part of five years in the US Army. I have also served as CEO of three successful companies in my career so I know how to organize people and projects.

We have organized a retreat community made up of hard working and dedicated folks preparing for an event.  Many of our membership are former military.

The retreat includes a small medical clinic as our membership includes several doctors, a physician’s assistant, and an RN. We are prepared for many medical emergencies or situations.

In addition to the medial staff listed above, our members also include numerous engineers, an auto mechanic, a teacher, a competition shooter/fisherman, a seamstress, a project manager, and construction carpenter and trained aviation mechanic and assembler. We have formed teams to address security/weaponry, medical care, food production, food preparation, communications, and construction/power.  Each team has a Team Leader and organizational charter.

Our motto is: Plan…Prepare…Practice.   

We have a three-person Leadership Team to make executive policy and operational day-to-day decisions.  Issues that involve long-term implications or significant allocation of resources are bought before the group for discussion and input.  We do not run our organization like a commune or home owners association —but more like a corporate or quasi-military organization.  If you are looking for a pure democracy with extended deliberations and a vote on everything while progress is measured at a snail’s pace… pass us buy.  If you are looking for a group to join that you can maintain a passive involvement with your “name on the list” for “when the balloon goes up”… we are not the group for you.  We are looking for team-oriented individuals that bring useful skills and positive “can do” attitudes to the table with committed families to actively participate in and further develop what we have achieved so far in the following areas:

  • Operational facilities and extensive sustainable survival provisions maintained in a high state of readiness with the services of a full-time caretaker and group projects conducted at regular meetings.
  • Personal and group training in sustainable living skills (gardening, livestock, construction, food preservation/preparation), operational security / defensive skills, and medical/TCCC (tactical combat casualty care) training.
  • Solid relationships between members based on trust, competence, and contributions to the group over an extended period of time.  Everyone in the community contributes from their resources and skill sets to make us a stronger group.

We hold monthly Gatherings which are also Skills Development and Retreat Building Workshops one weekend every month. During that weekend we conduct numerous training sessions and defense simulations. Firearms and security training is part of every session and members are encouraged to seek out individual firearms training as well.  These workshops include working on developing the retreat as well as developing our skill sets. We have taken several of our members to other homesteading skill training programs in other parts of the state to improve homesteading skills. We have a 360+ page operations manual to support our members.

We also developed a separate 200 page Retreat Activation & Security Protocol that has been reviewed and critiqued by several retired military officers and several security systems experts. We have a 25 meter and 100 meter pistol and rifle range and provide training in basic handguns, rifle and shotgun use at every Gathering.  We take our security seriously.  After all, if you can’t defend it…it is not yours to keep.

Additional training topics we have presented have included foot patrolling techniques, first aid and trauma medical care,compass reading and orienting, gardening, battery storage, food packaging, water purification, alternative energy devices, cheese sealing, EMP protection, herbs and homeopathy, sanitation, candle making, operating earth moving equipment, solar energy, slaughtering and dressing of domestic livestock, and survival skills, etc.

We have accommodation cabins, RV spaces, a medical clinic, 2 laundry rooms, a well-house, a 3-room bath house with showers and laundry facilities, community center, provisions storage area, commercial kitchen and communications center/operations room. We have a large amount of stored water, solar energy, propane supply and wood burning as well. We have prepared for EMP with multiple precautions to include multi-layer nesting of all electronics within Faraday Cages.

We have installed a four-stage air filtration unit (with large bank of deep-cycle marine batteries) for our fallout shelter that can remove 99.99% of the impurities in the event of a NBC or fallout event. Every member has to have a functioning gas mask and fresh filter.  Our fallout shelter is self-contained and able to sustain the community members for weeks, if needed. We also have calibrated radiation monitoring equipment, dosimeters and hazmat suits for clean-up and outside monitoring.

To support our communications center, 4-5 of our members have Ham licenses.  Our communications center will monitor radio traffic and stay connected when the event occurs. We also have our own internal switchboard system with hard-wired phone system.  As a precaution, we have duplicate equipment for everything.

The governance bodies are: an Ops Leader, Assistant Ops Leader, a Leadership Team and a Community Council.

Our members rent space (RV space or cabins) at $200/month to pay for onsite caretaker/security personnel and utilities.   We all share in the development of the community through work every Gathering. We don’t occupy the retreat until an event has occurred. Our members can also use the property for R&R to enjoy hunting, fishing, relaxing as we are surrounded by a large area with plentiful game.  We do have a one-time membership fee that is non-refundable. We have several cabins available as well as a several RV spaces.

We are looking for capable and willing folks to help with physical requirements of post-event such as energy (solar, etc.) patrolling, gardening, wood gathering, hunting, etc. We are also looking for additional skills to add to our mix.  No anti-government types or racists.  We are Constitutionalists and despite a major concern in how our government is run—we are pro-America.

Prospective members go through a vetting process that includes email interviews, telephone interviews, face-to-face interviews, and a background and criminal check.

Although we are secular, we are principally Christian but will consider all religions (or non-religious types).  We are not “Bible-thumpers” but have deep moral, spiritual and ethical beliefs.

We review our mission, vision and core values at each meeting and have a 12-page set of rules.

If you have been prepping for a while and want to affiliate with a like-minded group in North Carolina near Virginia or safety and skill development, then ask for an application.

The retreat is ready to be occupied by members at a moment’s notice. We keep the candle burning 24/7.  You could be one of those able to flee the perils of the decline of social order for the security of a small well-trained, organized, and prepared community.  How important is your family’s welfare and security? What are their lives worth to you?  Think about the advantages of a well-organized group when it comes to the safety and welfare of your loved ones when everything turns upside down. It is like owning an insurance policy you never want collected.

Don’t be caught in your house as the armed gangs are going door-to-door pillaging.    Don’t wait too late wishing that you had a secure and organized bug-out location to escape the dangerous world that awaits us.

We have been told by several TV production companies that have approached us for filming that we are one of the most organized groups they have come across.  Then why haven’t you seen us on TV?  It is simple…our OpSec and obscurity is far more important than ‘15 minutes of fame.’  We are preppers–not food hoarders or entertainers.

If your family’s security and safety is critical to you and you live in North Carolina, Virginia or South Carolina, contact us today. Contact me via email: sgtprepper2 (at) gmail (dot) com to request an application and list of further requirements.  We are serious—are you?

Jun 162014
 

Date – June 28th
Location – Jones Lake State Park (4117 Hwy 242 North Elizbethtown, NC)
Time 1pm-3pm

Full Details – http://bit.ly/1lDF39O

Eastern NC Prepper (ENP) small groups are localized groups set up to enhance the prepper networking (the number one objective of the Eastern NC Preppers) by providing the ENP experience at a local level

Darkwood’s Tea Club is a Eastern NC Prepper small group that focus on networking with preppers in a local area. This area is centered around Clinton, NC and covers west to I-95, east to I-40, south to the NC/SC border and north to the crossroads of I-95 and I-40. However all comers are welcome.

May 032014
 

Sportsman’s Club/Ranch BOL in WV, Camping, Hunting, Shooting Sports, Archery, Fishing, Survival Training, Emergency Preparedness Facilities, Disaster Shelters & Supplies, Horseback Riding, Hiking and many other related outdoor activities. We are offering a bug out location and Sportsman’s facilities to those who are interested in a disaster preparedness solution and recreational ranch/club, where the members can hone their survival skills with a like minded group, while enjoying the WV great outdoors. We have a well trained group with vast experience in Prepping, Survival, Hunting, Fishing, Farming, and Medicine, to name a few disciplines.
We are seeking like minded individuals, couples and families, those who can contribute knowledge and experience as well as those who may not have experience but want to learn and participate in the club’s common good community effort. We do have criteria, that we like to discuss with a potential member when we meet at the property.  The property is within the GW National Forest, with over 5000 remote acres abutting. If you are interested in learning more contact us at info {@} fortituderanch {.} com

Thanks for your time and best of luck with your preparations. Prepare for the worst……enjoy the present!

Apr 172014
 

If you want to share this please use the link to the website. Thanks

To RSVP for this event click http://www.talesfromaprepper.com/2014/04/13/rsvp-enp-raleigh-chapter-melding-in-may-may-10-2014/

For Full Details and updates click http://www.talesfromaprepper.com/events/enp-raleigh-chapter-melding-in-may-may-10-2014/

The Eastern NC Prepper group is a over 100 member group for anyone wishing to become more self reliant aka preppers that live in eastern NC (however the group is open to anyone). This group meets every 2nd Saturday every month except December.

Objectives

The main objectives of this group are:
– Networking with fellow preppers
– Advancement of the art and skill of prepping
– Dispelling some of the myths and stereotypes of preppers.

Rules

The group is fairly causal about rules. However we do have them they are:
– No religion
– No Politics
– Turn off cell phones or put them on vibrate
– No bashing groups based on sexual, racial, age, or religious alignment.

Pretty much use common sense and act like a adult. Remember even if your off in a corner making comments, you never know who is listening and don’t assume certain stereotypes just because they are at the meeting. You are there to learn about prepping and networking with fellow preppers.

For more information of the rules and the mission – click here

If you wish to know more about me before the meeting – click here

NOTE – Meeting will be at the Raven Rock State Park, we will meet at or around the big shelter just as you get into the park (first parking lot it will be on your right). Also we will be walking to Raven Rock, this is a 2.6 mile hike round trip.

Agenda

– Opening of the meeting with general Q&A
– Donations
– Show and Tell
– Mind, Body and Soul of a Prepper – How to be fully prepared while enjoying nature walking to Raven Rock.
– Small group networking
– Feedback and Closing remarks

Apr 082014
 

I’m an individual looking for a community to join and add my effort to. Somewhere warm would be preferable, South of the M/D Line. I’m best with animals, both farming and hunting. Looking for a community in an area or with members who have thriving small businesses I might find work with as an Administrative Assistant. I can forward my resume to anyone interested. ki.ritter813 at gmail dot com.

 Posted by at 2:06 pm
Mar 252014
 

I have decided I would like to start a prepping/survivalist group.  This group would meet at least one time a month. It will have RANK STRUCTURE like the military.  Everyone will have their own job or duty to do but will be cross trained to be able to do any job the group may have.

Minimum requirements will  be:

  1. Own at least 1 handgun or rifle with a minimum of 100 Rounds.
  2. Must be able to qualify with your handgun or rifle.
  3. Must be able to get a long with others and settle disputes in a civilized fashion.
  4. Must be able to obey a chain of command.
  5. Must have a BUG OUT BAG, EMERGENCY BAG, or an EVERYDAY CARRY BAG
  6. Willing to follow the rules set forth by the group leaders.

I understand some people do not agree with a group like this but some people agree with it.  We will all work together as a team to figure out all the plans on how things should operate.  I have no limit on the amount of people that can be a part of the group.  The more the group has, the merrier.  I would like to have at least 25-30 people though.

 

I would like to have the following members for each group:

  • Medical: 2+
  • Security: 15+
  • Gunsmith/Armorer: 1+
  • Mechanic: 1+
  • Food/Water: 4+
  • Carpenter: 2+
  • Group Daycare: 3+
  • General members: 10+

The group will be for people in SW Virginia, East TN , & NW North Carolina.

I will update this as I get a chance but these are the basics for the moment.

Mar 232014
 
  1. Do you really have confidence that the government will be there within a week or so after The Event?
  2. Just how prepared are you if something happened next week?
  3. Would it make more sense to affiliate with a group of like-minded folks who are organized and prepared for such an event because there is safety and skills in numbers?

The facts and your intuition are telling you something big is going to happen–then listen to your heart and join a group that is serious about preparing for an event.  We are ready to sustain ourselves long after the stored provisions have been used up and we can defend what is ours.

We are an organized multi-family prepper retreat located in central North Carolina near Virginia. Our membership comes from Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. We don’t live there–we just prepare it for the day we know we will have to occupy it. We are not sure what will take place or when but we know it will. It is not a matter of if…it is a matter of when.

The 50-acre retreat has a deep well with pristine water, a pond and a fast flowing creek surrounded by many acres of state protected hunting land. Deer, wild turkey and rabbit are abundant. We raise livestock such as goats, chickens, ducks, and are adding rabbits soon.  We are stocking large amounts of manure to amend the soil and have several gardens that are tended by our on-site staff. We will grow food for consumption and medicinal plants as well. We also have a fruit orchard with 18 trees and numerous fruit bushes.  We have been planting natural growing non-cultivated food sources such as tubers.  Our objective is to be self-sufficient when we have to occupy our retreat.  We have also constructed a greenhouse to cultivate vegetables, sprouts and seedlings.

It is our belief that there is more safety in numbers and wider range of skills in those numbers as well. We feel it is more critical to store and prepare together than risk an isolated effort that cannot be defended when social order collapses. We all believe there is a strong likelihood that a major event will occur within the next one to two years and value our families’ safety enough to collaborate in preparing for that event.

I am a Vietnam Vet who served with an infantry unit (173rd Airborne) 1969-70 as part of five years in the US Army. I have also served as CEO of three successful companies in my career so I know how to organize people and projects.

Having had firsthand experience defending perimeters against intrusion, I have developed a means to secure what we have.  If you plan to attempt an intrusion after the event, make sure you have identified who gets your personal effects because they will be collecting them.

We have organized a retreat community made up of hard-working and dedicated folks preparing for an event.  About a third of our membership is former military.

The retreat includes a small medical clinic as our membership includes several doctors, a physician’s assistant, and an RN. We are ready for many medical emergencies or situations.

The members also include numerous engineers, an auto mechanic, a teacher, a homesteader and trained beekeeper, and a competition shooter/fisherman. Additional members include a seamstress, a project manager, construction carpenter, an IT professional and a pilot. We have formed seven teams to address security/weaponry, medical care, food production, food preparation, communications, construction and power, and child welfare and education.  Each has a Team Lead and charter.

We review our Vision, Mission, and Core Values at every Gathering.  Our motto is: Plan…Prepare…Practice.    

We hold monthly Gatherings which are also Skills Development and Retreat Building Workshops one weekend every month. During that weekend we conduct many training sessions. These workshops include working on developing the retreat as well as developing our skill sets. We have taken several of our members to other homesteading skill training programs in other parts of the state to improve homesteading skills. I have spoken several times on retreat management at these conferences. We have a 360+ page operations manual to support our members.

We also have a separate 100+ page Retreat Activation & Perimeter Security Protocol that has been reviewed and critiqued by several retired military officers and a current security systems expert. Perimeter security includes numerous anti-intrusion deterrents, warning system, and anti-personnel devices.  We have a 25 meter and 100 meter pistol and rifle range and provide training in basic handguns, rifle and shotgun use at every Gathering.  One of our members, former military, is a qualified weapons instructor.

Additional training topics we have presented have included foot patrolling techniques, compass reading and orienting, gardening, battery storage, food packaging, water purification, alternative energy devices, cheese sealing, EMP protection, herbs and homeopathy, sanitation, candle making, operating earth moving equipment, solar energy, slaughtering and dressing of domestic livestock, reloading, and survival skills, etc.

We have 8 accommodation cabins, seven RV spaces, a medical clinic, 2 laundry rooms, a well-house, a 3-room bath house with showers, community center, provisions storage area, commercial kitchen and commo room. We have 4000 gallons of stored water, solar energy, propane supply and wood burning as well. We have prepared for EMP with multiple precautions to include multi-layer nesting of all electronics within Faraday Cages.

We have installed a four-stage air filtration unit (with large bank of deep-cycle marine batteries) for our fallout shelter that can remove 99.99% of the impurities in the event of a NBC or fallout event. Every member has to have a functioning gas mask and fresh filter.  Our fallout shelter is self-contained and able to sustain the community members for weeks, if needed. We also have calibrated radiation monitoring equipment, dosimeters and hazmat suits for clean-up and outside monitoring.

We have our own communications center and equipment to “stay connected.” Several of our members have Tech Licenses and several are studying for General. We are now erecting a 90 foot mast tower with five antennas.  Our communications center will monitor radio traffic and stay connected when the event occurs. We also have our own internal switchboard system with hard-wired phone system.  As a precaution, we have duplicate equipment for everything.

The governance bodies are: an Ops Leader, Assistant Ops Leader, a Planning Council and a Community Council.

Our members rent space (RV space or cabins) and share in the development of the community through their work every Gathering. We don’t occupy the retreat until an event has occurred. The rent is nominal based on size of the cabin or RV. The rent helps to cover part of the expenses of keeping staff there 24/7.  Our members can also use the property for R&R to enjoy hunting, fishing, relaxing as we are surrounded by a large area with plentiful game and state protected hunting land. We do have a one-time membership fee that is non-refundable. We have two cabins available as well as a couple RV spaces.

We are looking for capable and willing folks to help with physical requirements of post-event such as patrolling, gardening, wood gathering, hunting, etc. We are also looking for additional skills to add to our mix.

Prospective members go through a vetting process that includes email interviews, telephone interviews, face-to-face interviews, and a background and criminal check.

Although we are secular, we are principally Christian but will consider all religions (or non-religious types).  We are not “Bible-thumpers” but have deep moral, spiritual and ethical beliefs.

If you have been prepping for a while and want to affiliate with a like-minded group in North Carolina near Virginia or safety and skill development, then ask for an application.

The retreat has a full-time grounds keeper and caretaker that provide security and upkeep.

The retreat is ready to be occupied by members at a moment’s notice. We keep the candle burning 24/7.  You could be one of those able to flee the perils of the decline of social order for the security of a small well-armed, organized and prepared community.  How important is your family’s welfare and security? Think about the advantages of a well-organized group when it comes to the safety and welfare of your loved ones. It is like owning an insurance policy you never want collected.

Don’t be caught in your house as the armed gangs are going door-to-door pillaging.    Don’t wait too late wishing that you had a secure and organized bug-out location to escape the dangerous world that awaits us.

We have been told by several TV production companies that have approached us for filming that we are one of the most organized groups they have come across.  Then why haven’t you seen us on TV?  It is simple…our OpSec and obscurity is far more important than ‘15 minutes of fame.’  We are preppers–not food hoarders or entertainers.

Is your family’s security and safety worth it? Of course it is. Contact us today. Contact sgtprepper2 [at] gmail [dot] com to request an application and list of further requirements.  I can also send you pictures of the retreat so you can see what we have accomplished.  We are serious—are you?

Mar 182014
 

Hello all, I would like to know if there are any preppers in the New Bern, Havelock, Morehead City area that would like to meet and share ideas and thoughts. If we get enough people together we can start a monthly or bi monthly meeting. Let me know your thoughts.

Mark

Feb 262014
 

Please use this RSVP form – http://bit.ly/1ppVbga

For full information and updates – http://bit.ly/1gA4aFf

Location – William B. Umstead State Park, Raleigh NC.

The Eastern NC Prepper group is a over 100 member group for anyone wishing to become more self reliant aka preppers that live in eastern NC (however the group is open to anyone). This group meets every 2nd Saturday every month except December.

Objectives

The main objectives of this group is:
– Networking with fellow preppers
– Advancement of the art and skill of prepping
– Dispelling some of the myths and stereotypes of preppers.

Rules

The group is fairly causal about rules. However we do have them they are:
– No religion
– No politics
– Turn off cell phones or put them on vibrate
– No bashing groups based on sexual, racial, age, or religious alignment.

Pretty much use common sense and act like a adult. Remember even if your off in a corner making comments, you never know who is listening and don’t assume certain stereotypes just because they are at the meeting. You are there to learn about prepping and networking with fellow preppers.

Please RSVP two weeks prior to the meeting. RSVP’s help determine course layout and if they will even be a meeting. Any questions or concerns email Orion Darkwood at easternncprepper [at] gmail [dot] com/Phone (919)-576-9495

All donations are greatly appreciated, suggested donation is $5. You can donate at the meeting or online. All monies go to the expenses of the group which include general overhead, shelter rental, supplies, prizes, guest speakers and materials.

Time 1pm to 5pm. Please be on time as meetings start at 1pm sharp.

Agenda

– Opening of the meeting with general Q&A
– Donations
– Show and Tell
– Barter Town – Practice your barter skills (read note below)
– Networking
– Feedback and Closing remarks

Note – If you wish, bring some items to barter with. Please ensure items comply with the park rules and common sense. If at all possible try to barter, if not have some cash on hand. Any questions please contact me ASAP.

Feb 082014
 

Hi to all. I am a 54 year old male with substantial farm and animal husbandry, interests in Permaculture, food forests, aquaponics, small “low maintenance as possible” food production models. I have lived in community (twice) and learned alot (one good one bad experience). I like the idea of private land but with cooperation between neighbors who are geographically close. I have scaled back my own ideas of sustainability–after a false start buying some bad land, I now know that I can support myself on about an acre and that four people is a good number to cooperate on a small farm system. To me, prepping is not about hoarding food and bullets and hightailing it out of the city but to already be where you want to be, producing and eating healthy food, and living a sustainable life, in both good times and bad. I am looking for a few good people and a few acres in Texas. No racists, anarchists, apocalyptic-hopefuls, just some nice people, individuals, couples or a small family that wants to develop a mini-farm, and live well. I am in Austin. If there is nothing suitable in Texas I would say that I am willing to consider Arkansas, Tennessee, NC, SC, GA and Alabama. Thanks for reading. Good luck to everybody who is seeking a sustainable, sane future……

Jan 192014
 

For more information and to RSVP – www.easternncprepper.com/events/raleigh-chapter-finding-each-other-in-february-feb-8th/

This is a required meeting for small group leaders.

The Eastern NC Prepper group is a over 100 member group for anyone wishing to become more self reliant aka preppers that live in eastern NC (however the group is open to anyone). This group meets every 2nd Saturday every month except December.

Objectives

The main objectives of this group is:
– Networking with fellow preppers
– Advancement of the art and skill of prepping
– Dispelling some of the myths and stereotypes of preppers.

Rules

The group is fairly causal about rules. However we do have them they are:
– No religion
– No Politics
– Turn off cell phones or put them on vibrate
– No bashing groups based on sexual, racial, age, or religious alignment.

Pretty much use common sense and act like a adult. Remember even if your off in a corner making comments, you never know who is listening and don’t assume certain stereotypes just because they are at the meeting. You are there to learn about prepping and networking with fellow preppers.

For more information of the rules and the mission – click here

If you wish to know more about me before the meeting – click here

If it’s your first time coming please take a moment to read these two informational links:

Prepper Networking Etiquette

Items of Interest

Please RSVP two weeks prior to the meeting. RSVP’s help determine course layout and if they will even be a meeting. Use the contact form above or Email Orion Darkwood at easternncprepper [at] gmail [dot] com/Phone (919)-576-9495

All donations are greatly appreciated, suggested donation is $5. You can donate at the meeting or online. All monies go to the expenses of the group which include general overhead, shelter rental, supplies, prizes, guest speakers and materials.

Feb 8th

Time 1pm to 5pm. Please be on time as meetings start at 1pm sharp.

Agenda

– Opening of the meeting with general Q&A
– Donations
– Show and Tell
– How to lead a small prepper group with some roleplaying
– Small group networking
– Feedback and Closing remarks

Dec 092013
 

Looking to develop a local network in the area.  Ideally would be a mixture of hunters, logistics, military, farmers and if course medical personnel would be ideal. Ideally would like to development a centralized BOL that would be off grid and viable for long term occupancy.

Oct 242013
 

Hello all. I am 23 years old and college educated. I enjoy backpacking and being outdoors, so although I am relatively new to prepping I know a bit about wilderness survival. I am looking for a prepper group to meetup with in Randolph or Guilford County. I have also created a forum for all preppers to network and communicate with each other. http://ncprepping.freeforums.org/

Oct 152013
 

The Eastern NC Prepper group is almost 150 member group for preppers and those that wish to learn more about the lifestyle that live in eastern NC (however the group is open to anyone). The group is divided into the Main or Raleigh Group that meets every 2nd Saturday in Raleigh and the ENP – Coastal Edition which meets in Wilmington last Sunday of every month.

The main objectives of this group is:
– Networking with fellow preppers
– Advancement of the art and skill of prepping
– Dispelling some of the myths and stereotypes of preppers.

The group is fairly causal about rules. The main rules is no religion, no politics, no bashing groups based on sexual, racial, age, or religious alignment. Pretty much use common sense and act like a adult. Remember even if your off in a corner making comments, you never know who is listening and don’t assume certain stereotypes just because they are at the meeting. You are there to learn about prepping and networking with fellow preppers.

More details click here http://www.easternncprepper.com/2013/10/14/next-step-in-november-raliegh-chapter-nov-9th/

Oct 112013
 

Have you asked yourself these questions lately?

1. Would it make more sense to affiliate with a group of like-minded folks who are organized and prepared for such an event because there is safety and skills in numbers?

2. Just how prepared are you if something happened next week?

If the facts and your intuition are telling you something big is going to happen–then join a group that is preparing for it. We are prepared to sustain ourselves long after the stored provisions have been used up.

We are an organized multi-family prepper retreat located in central North Carolina near Virginia. Our membership comes from Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. We don’t live there–we just prepare it for the day we know we will have to occupy it. We are not sure how that will take place or when but we know it will.

The retreat has a deep well, a pond and a fast flowing creek surrounded by many acres of state protected hunting land. Deer, wild turkey and rabbit are abundant. We have livestock such as goats, chickens, ducks, and are adding rabbits soon. We have several gardens that are tended by our on-site staff. We will grow food for consumption and medicinal plants as well. We also have a fruit orchard with 18 trees and numerous fruit bushes. We have been planting natural growing non-cultivated food sources such as tubers. Our objective is to be self-sufficient when we have to occupy our retreat. We have also constructed a greenhouse to cultivate vegetables and seedlings.

It is our belief that there is safety in numbers and skills in those numbers as well. We feel it is more critical to store and prepare together than risk an isolated effort that cannot be defended when social order fails. We believe there is a strong likelihood that a major event will occur within the next year or two and value our families’ safety enough to collaborate in preparing for that event.

I am a Vietnam Vet who served with an infantry unit (173rd Airborne) 1969-70 as part of five years in the US Army. I have organized a retreat community made up of a retired Special Forces officer, several retired naval officers, several former Army, Navy, and Air Force vets. We have non-veterans as well.

The retreat includes a small medical clinic as our membership includes a doctor, a physician’s assistant, retired Army medic/EMT and an RN. We are prepared for many medical emergencies or situations.

The members also include two mechanical engineers, an auto mechanic, a teacher, a homesteader and trained beekeeper, a shooter /fisherman. Additional members include a seamstress, a teacher, construction carpenter, an IT professional and a pilot. We have formed teams to address solar power, water/wind power, hunting, food preparation, water purification, recycling, gardening, orchard management, hygiene, armorer, herbalist, etc.

We hold Skills Development and Retreat Building Workshops one weekend every other month. We have, until recently, conducted monthly training sessions. These workshops include working on developing the retreat as well as developing our skill sets. We have taken several of our members to other homesteading skill training programs in other parts of the state to improve homesteading skills. I have spoken several times this year on retreat management at these conferences. We have a 360+ page operations manual to support our members. Part of the ops manual is a 60+ page security section that has been reviewed and critiqued by several retired Special Forces officers and a current security systems expert.

We also have a separate 100+ page Retreat Activation & Perimeter Security Protocol. Perimeter security includes patrols, fortified LP/OPs, fortified defensive positions, a watch tower, security cameras, Early Warming Systems, and numerous anti-intrusion deterrents and devices. We have a 35 meter and 150 meter pistol and rifle range and provide on-going training in basic handguns, rifle and shotgun use.

Additional training topics have included foot patrolling techniques, compass reading and orienting, gardening, food packaging, alternative energy devices, cheese sealing, EMP protection, herbs and homeopathy, sanitation, solar energy, slaughtering and dressing of domestic animals, small unit patrol techniques, reloading, and survival skills, etc.
We have 8 accommodation cabins, eight RV spaces, a medical clinic, 2 laundry rooms, well-house, a 3-room bath house with showers, community center, provisions storage area, kitchen and commo room. We have 4000 gallons of stored water, solar energy, solar backup generators for water pumps, propane supply and wood burning as well. We have prepared for EMP with multiple precautions to include nesting within Faraday Cages.

We have installed a four-stage air filtration unit (with large bank of deep-cycle marine batteries) for our fallout shelter that can remove 99.99% of the impurities in the event of a NBC or fallout event. Every member has to have a functioning gas mask and fresh filter. Our fallout shelter is self-contained and able to sustain the community members for weeks, if needed. We also have radiation monitoring equipment, dosimeters and hazmat suits for clean-up and outside monitoring.

We have our own communications center and equipment to “stay connected.” Several of our members have Tech Licenses. We are in the process of securing a 75 foot antenna. Our communications center will monitor radio traffic and stay connected when the event occurs. We also have our own internal switchboard system. As a precaution, we have stored all our electronics in Faraday Cages for EMP protection and have duplicate equipment for everything.

The governance bodies are: an Ops Leader, Assistant Ops Leader, a Planning Council and a Community Council made up of various members. We periodically meet via WebEx in a virtual online meeting.

Our members rent space (RV space or cabins) and share in the development of the community through their work every two months on a weekend. We don’t occupy the retreat until an event has occurred. The rent is nominal based on size of the cabin or RV. It helps to cover part of the expenses of keeping staff there 24/7. Our members can also use the property for R&R to enjoy hunting, fishing, relaxing as we are surrounded by a large area with plentiful game and state protected hunting land. We do have a one-time membership fee that is non-refundable. We have several cabins available as well as a couple RV spaces.

We have recently established a process to allow new members to progressively build their stores over a period of 5-6 months as we do have requirements for weapons, ammo, food, etc.

We are looking for capable and willing folks to help with physical requirements of post-event such as patrolling, gardening, wood gathering, hunting, etc. We are also looking for skills to add to our mix.

Prospective members go through a vetting process that includes email interviews, telephone interviews, face-to-face interviews, and a background and criminal check.

Although we are secular, we are principally Christian but will consider all religions (or non-religious types). We are not “Bible-thumpers” but have deep moral and ethical beliefs.

If you have been prepping for a while and want to affiliate with a like-minded group in North Carolina near Virginia or safety and skill development, then ask for an application.
The retreat has a full-time grounds keeper and a full-time caretaker for maintenance and security. Our caretaker is retired Army.

It is ready to be occupied by members at a moment’s notice. You could be one of those able to flee the perils of the decline of social order for the security of a small well-armed and prepared community.

We are preppers–not food hoarders. We are serious—are you? Think about the advantages of a well-organized group when it comes to the safety and welfare of your loved ones. Don’t be caught in your house wishing you had a secure and organized bug-out location to escape the strange and dangerous world that awaits us.

Is your family’s security and safety worth it? Of course it is. Contact us today. Contact sgtprepper2 [at] gmail [dot] com to request an application and list of further requirements.

Sep 242013
 

The Eastern NC Prepper group is almost 150 member group for preppers and those that wish to learn more about the lifestyle that live in eastern NC (however the group is open to anyone). The group is divided into the Main or Raleigh Group that meets every 2nd Saturday in Raleigh and the ENP – Coastal Edition which meets in Wilmington last Sunday of every month.

The main objectives of this group is:
– Networking with fellow preppers
– Advancement of the art and skill of prepping
– Dispelling some of the myths and stereotypes of preppers.

The group has only 2 rules, no religion or politics in general group. Everything else should be common sense.

For more details go to – http://bit.ly/15QggI6

Aug 222013
 

The Eastern NC Prepper group is almost 150 member group for preppers and those that wish to learn more about the lifestyle that live in eastern NC (however the group is open to anyone). The group is divided into the Main or Raleigh Group that meets every 2nd Saturday in Raleigh and the ENP – Coastal Edition which meets in Wilmington last Sunday of every month.

The main objectives of this group is:
– Networking with fellow preppers
– Advancement of the art and skill of prepping
– Dispelling some of the myths and stereotypes of preppers.

The group has only 3 rules, no religion, politics and no hate in general group.

For more information of the rules and the mission -http://www.easternncprepper.com/category/eastern-nc-preppers/eastern-nc-preppers-information-eastern-nc-preppers/

If you wish to know more about me before the meeting click here – -http://www.easternncprepper.com/about/

If it’s your first time coming please take a moment to read these two informational links

http://www.easternncprepper.com/2013/04/08/prepper-networking-etiquette/

http://www.easternncprepper.com/2013/05/07/points-of-interest-for-the-group/

Please RSVP by one week prior to the meeting. RSVP’s help determine course layout and if they will even be a meeting.
Email Orion Darkwood at easternncprepper [at] gmail [dot] com or call (919)-576-9495

All donations are greatly appreciated, you can donate at the meeting or online (http://www.easternncprepper.com/2013/07/23/donations-to-eastern-nc-preppers/) . All monies go to the expenses of the group which include general overhead, shelter rental, supplies, prizes, guest speakers and materials.

Date Sept 14th

Time 1pm to 5pm. Please be on time as meetings start at 1pm sharp.

Location – William B. Umstead Park Crabtree Valley Shelter #2

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Show and Tell

Knives a Overview – Guest Speaker

Knitting with Paracord – Guest Speaker

Feedback from Group and Discussion of Group direction

Aug 102013
 

I have been prepping for the past 6 years and would like to find a place to either move to or have to bug out to.  Would prefer to have an acreage with home, land with enough trees for fuel, gardening, live stock, propane tank, wood stove, stand by generator, and etc.  Would consider buying into a retreat that is either in the making or that is already built. Please email me if you know of anything that I might be interested in.  Thank You, Brenda

suzienok [at] aol [dot] com

Jul 242013
 

The Eastern NC Prepper group is almost 150 member group for preppers and those that wish to learn more about the lifestyle that live in eastern NC (however the group is open to anyone). The group is divided into the Main or Raliegh Group that meets every 2nd Saturday in Raliegh and the ENP – Coastal Edition which meets in Wilimington last Sunday of every month.

The main objectives of this group is:
– Networking with fellow preppers
– Advancement of the art and skill of prepping
– Dispelling some of the myths and stereotypes of preppers.

The group has only 3 rules, no religion, no politics, no hate

For more information of the rules and the mission – http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/category/eastern-nc-preppers/eastern-nc-preppers-information-eastern-nc-preppers/

If you wish to know more about me before the meeting click here – http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/about/

If it’s your first time coming please take a moment to read these two informational links

http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/04/08/prepper-networking-etiquette/

http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/points-of-interest-for-the-group/

Please RSVP by one week prior to the meeting. Email Orion Darkwood at easternncprepper [at] gmail [dot] com or call (919)-576-9495

Donations are accepted at the meeting or online. All monies go to the expenses of the group which include general overhead, shelter rental, supplies, prizes, guest speakers and materials. All donations are greatly appreciated.
Date Aug 10th

Time 1pm to 5ish pm

Location – William B. Umstead Park
NOTE – We are NOT meeting at the shelter, the meeting location is the picnic table closest to the bathrooms. If this one is not open we will meet at one of the other picnic tables. Due to limited seats bringing your own is encouraged.

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Show and Tell

Quick Recap of the top 3 subjects discussed by the group since it’s creation in Jan 2012.

Prepper Speed Networking

Jul 152013
 

Have you asked yourself these questions lately?

Would it make more sense to affiliate with a group of similar-minded folks who are organized and prepared for such an event? Is there safety and skills in numbers? Of course there are.

If the facts and your intuition are telling you something big is going to happen–then join a group that is preparing for it.  We are prepared to sustain ourselves long after the stored provisions have been used up.

We are an organized multi-family prepper retreat located in central North Carolina near Virginia. Our membership comes from Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. We don’t live there–we just prepare it for the day we know we will have to occupy it.

The retreat has a deep well, a pond and a fast flowing creek surrounded by many acres of state protected hunting land. Deer, wild turkey and rabbit are abundant. We have livestock available such as goats, chickens, ducks, and are adding rabbits.
We have several gardens that are tended by our on-site staff. We will grow food for consumption and medicinal plants as well. We also have a fruit orchard and fruit bushes.  Our aim is to be self-sufficient when we have to occupy our retreat.

We all believe that there is safety in numbers and skills in those numbers as well. We feel it is more critical to store and prepare together than risk an isolated effort. We believe there is a strong likelihood that a major event will occur within the next calendar year or two and value our families’ safety enough to collaborate in preparing for that event.

I am a Vietnam Vet who served with an infantry unit (173rd Airborne) 1969-70 as part of five years in the US Army. I have organized a retreat community made up of a retired Special Forces officer, several retired naval officers, several former Army, Navy, and Air Force vets.

The retreat includes a medical clinic with members that include a doctor, a physician’s assistant, retired Army medic/EMT and an RN. We are prepared for many medical emergencies.

The members also include two mechanical engineers, a mechanic, a teacher, a homesteader and trained beekeeper, a shooter /fisherman. Additional members include a seamstress, a teacher, construction carpenter, and a pilot. We have formed teams to address solar power, water/wind power, hunting, food preparation, water purification, recycling, gardening, orchard management, hygiene, armorer, weapons instructor, herbalist, etc.  We have six major teams with team captains.

We hold two-day Skills Development and Retreat Building Workshops one weekend every other month. We have, until recently, conducted monthly training sessions. These workshops include working on developing the retreat as well as developing our skill sets. We have taken several of our members to other homesteading skill training programs in other parts of the state to improve homesteading skills. I have spoken and will speak several times this year on retreat management. We have a 360+ page operations to support our members. Part of the ops manual is a 60+ page security section that has been reviewed and critiqued by several retired Special Forces officers and a current security systems expert.

Our own training topics have included basic handguns, rifle and shotgun use, foot patrolling techniques, gardening, food packaging, alternative energy devices, herbs and homeopathy, sanitation, solar energy, small unit patrol techniques, reloading, and survival skills, etc. We have 8 accommodation cabins, eight RV spaces, a medical clinic, laundry room, well house, a 4-room bath house, well house, community center, provisions storage area, kitchen and commo room. We have solar energy, solar backup generators for water pumps, propane supply and wood burning as well. We have prepared for EMP with multiple precautions to include nesting within Faraday Cages.

We are currently installing a four-stage air filtration unit in our fallout shelter that can remove 99.97% of the impurities in the event of a NBC event.

We also have our own communications center and equipment to “stay connected.” Several of our members have successfully completed the Ham Tech License test. Our communications center will monitor radio traffic and stay connected, if and when. As a precaution, we have stored our electronics in Faraday Cages for EMP protection.

The governance bodies are: an Ops Leader, Assistant Ops Leader, a Planning Council and a Community Council made up of various members. We periodically meet via WebEx in a virtual online meeting.

Our members rent space (RV space or cabins) and share in the development of the community through their work. The rent is nominal based on size of the cabin or RV. Our members can also use the property for R&R to enjoy hunting, fishing, relaxing as we are surrounded by a large area with plentiful game and state protected hunting land. We do have a one-time membership fee that is non-refundable. We have several cabins available as well as a couple RV spaces.

We are looking for capable and willing folks to help with physical requirements of post-event such as patrolling, gardening, wood gathering, hunting, etc. We are also looking for skills to add to our mix.

Prospective members go through a vetting process that includes email interviews, telephone interviews, face-to-face interviews, and a background and criminal check. Each candidate family must have 9 months of food provisions at 2400 calories per day per person. We also have ammo and weapon requirements.

Although we are secular, we are principally Christian but will consider all religions (or non-religious types).

If you have been prepping for a while and want to affiliate with a like-minded group in North Carolina near Virginia to join for safety and skill development, then ask for an application.

The retreat has a full-time grounds keeper and a full-time caretaker for maintenance and security. It is ready to be occupied by members at a moment’s notice. You could be one of those.

We are preppers–not food hoarders. We are serious—are you? Think about the advantages of a well-organized group when it comes to the safety and welfare of your loved ones. Don’t be caught in your house wishing you had a secure and organized bug-out location to escape the strange and dangerous world that awaits us.

Is your family’s security and safety worth it? Of course it is. Contact us today. Contact sgtprepper2 [at] gmail [dot] com to request an application and list of further requirements.

Jun 272013
 

We have room for one more serious Prepper!

Concerned for you and/or your family’s safety in the event of a breakdown of society or other disaster? Been prepping for some time but haven’t found the perfect place to go? Consider joining a small, self-sufficient community in the middle of hundreds of acres in Kentucky. This is a unique opportunity to get in on the ground floor of an intentional community.

Due to the limited amount of unassigned space, we will be accepting applications for the remaining space. You are purchasing a life tenancy in your own housing and will share common spaces. Also included is your share of the foodstuffs that we grow, raise and hunt. Your utility bill will be your own responsibility. Electric should be eliminated when our alternative energy is installed. The locked in, one time, buy-in fee is paid in advance but could equate to as low as $150/month for housing and food, depending on the time period you are here.
*This offer as stated is for one individual. The fee will be adjusted for families according to the number of it’s members.

Military backgrounds, carpenters, teachers, welders, woodworkers, bee keeper, kitchen helpers (such as cooking, prep, canning, cleanup, cheese and soap making, etc…), electricians, mechanics, gardeners, marksmen, hunters, skinners, organic farmers, gatherers, butchers, fishermen, muscle, those skilled in animal care/upkeep and anyone well versed in solar and alternative energies are especially desirable. Multiple skill sets make you a more desirable applicant. Anyone having none of those skills (mostly children) are part of a general clean up crew and can choose to train in other areas that interest them. Each individual involved will be responsible for utilizing their own skill sets to the best of their ability at all times as well as learning new skills.

The ability to get along with others, follow orders if/when necessary from any person in their particular field of expertise and be a self-starter with a positive attitude are all imperative. You must exercise common sense, cooperation and have a willingness to participate. Those that are able to be employed are asked to do so in order for the group to be able to increase stockpiles and make improvements for the good of our homesteads, our community and property and a whole. Each individual will do his or her part according to their capabilities.

If this interests you, contact us as soon as possible to state your interest, to apply or for more information. You must leave valid contact information including email address and phone number or be considered spam. Our decision will be made shortly, so don’t delay.

Jun 252013
 

The Eastern NC Prepper group is almost 150 member group for preppers and those that wish to learn more about the lifestyle that live in eastern NC (however the group is open to anyone). The group is divided into the Main or Raleigh Group that meets every 2nd Saturday in Raleigh and the ENP – Coastal Edition which meets in Wilmington last Sunday of every month (currently on hold until September due to lack of attendance).

The main objectives of this group is:
– Networking with fellow preppers
– Advancement of the art and skill of prepping
– Dispelling some of the myths and stereotypes of preppers.

The group has only 3 rules, no religion, politics or business hocking in general group.

For more information of the rules and the mission –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/category/eastern-nc-preppers/eastern-nc-preppers-information-eastern-nc-preppers/

If you wish to know more about me before the meeting click here –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/about/

If it’s your first time coming please take a moment to read these two informational links

http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/04/08/prepper-networking-etiquette/

http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/points-of-interest-for-the-group/

Please RSVP by one week prior to the meeting. Email Orion Darkwood at easternncprepper [at] gmail [dot] com or call (919)-576-9495

Donations are accepted at the meeting or online (Shelter costs $33 to RSVP)

Date  July 13th

Time 1pm to 5ish pm

Location – William B. Umstead Park Shelter #2 (Crabtree Creek)
For more details –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/details-of-main-group-meeting-location/

**************Agenda*************************************

Show and Tell

Waste Disposal in a Grid Down Event (garbage, food, human waste and bodies)

Prepper Speed Networking

May 252013
 

The Eastern NC Prepper group is almost 150 member group for preppers and those that wish to learn more about the lifestyle that live in eastern NC (however the group is open to anyone). The group is divided into the Main or Raliegh Group that meets every 2nd Saturday in Raliegh and the ENP – Coastal Edition which meets in Wilimington last Sunday of every month.

The main objectives of this group is:
– Networking with fellow preppers
– Advancement of the art and skill of prepping
– Dispelling some of the myths and stereotypes of preppers.

The group has only 3 rules, no religion, politics or business hocking in general group.

For more information of the rules and the mission –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/category/eastern-nc-preppers/eastern-nc-preppers-information-eastern-nc-preppers/

If you wish to know more about me before the meeting click here –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/about/

If it’s your first time coming please take a moment to read these two informational links

http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/04/08/prepper-networking-etiquette/

http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/points-of-interest-for-the-group/

Please RSVP by one week prior to the meeting. Email Orion Darkwood at easternncprepper [at] gmail [dot] com or call (919)-576-9495

Date June 30th

Time 1pm to 4ish pm

Location – Hugh MacRae Park, 314 Pine Grove Drive Wilmington, NC at the shelters
For more details –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/details-of-location-for-enp-coastal-edition-meetings/

We will meet under the shelter #5 if they are empty, if not will move to another spot
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General Discussion on the following:

How do you want to help the group goals, and what do you want to group to help you with?

How to expand the group?

What does a group like this mean to your prepping path?

Meeting Times and Places?

May 212013
 

The Eastern NC Prepper group is an 100 plus member group for preppers and those that wish to learn more about the lifestyle that live in eastern NC (however the group is open to anyone).

The main objectives of this group is:
– Networking with fellow preppers
– Advancement of the art and skill of prepping
– Dispelling some of the myths and stereotypes of preppers.

The group has only 3 rules, no religion, politics or business hocking in general group.

For more information of the rules and the mission –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/category/eastern-nc-preppers/eastern-nc-preppers-information-eastern-nc-preppers/

If you wish to know more about me before the meeting click here –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/about/

If it’s your first time coming please take a moment to read these two informational links

http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/04/08/prepper-networking-etiquette/

http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/points-of-interest-for-the-group/

Please RSVP by one week prior to the meeting. Email Orion Darkwood at easternncprepper [at] gmail [dot] com or call (919)-576-9495

Donations are accepted at the meeting or online (Shelter costs $33 to RSVP)

Date June 8th

Time 1pm to 5ish pm

Location – William B. Umstead Park Shelter #2 (Crabtree Creek)
For more details –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/details-of-main-group-meeting-location/

**************Agenda*************************************

Show and Tell

Grid Down Events a Discussion – Orion

Bug Out Bags – Guest Presenter

Prepper Speed Networking

May 082013
 

The Eastern NC Prepper group is an 100 plus member group for preppers and those that wish to learn more about the lifestyle that live in eastern NC (however the group is open to anyone).

The main objectives of this group is:
– Networking with fellow preppers
– Advancement of the art and skill of prepping
– Dispelling some of the myths and stereotypes of preppers.

The group has only 3 rules, no religion, politics or business hocking in general group.

For more information of the rules and the mission –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/category/eastern-nc-preppers/eastern-nc-preppers-information-eastern-nc-preppers/

If you wish to know more about me before the meeting click here –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/about/

If you wish to know more about the group and the rules click here –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/eastern-nc-preppers/

Please RSVP by one week prior to the meeting.

Donations are accepted at the meeting or online

Date April 19th

Time 1pm to 4ish pm

Location – Hugh MacRae Park, 314 Pine Grove Drive Wilmington, NC at the shelters
For more details –http://talesfromaprepper.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/details-of-location-for-enp-coastal-edition-meetings/

We will meet under the shelters if they are empty, if not will move to another spot
**************Agenda*************************************

General Discussion on the following:

How to expand the group?

What are the expections of the group?

What does a group like this mean to your prepping path?

Meeting Times and Places?