Married couple I ear Salem Oregon looking for preppers in the area to chat with and possibly form a group. reply or email me at preporegon [at] yahoo [dot] com
25 year old single male just starting to really prep look for a group of local peppers in Salem and Albany area. I have security and some firearm experience (when i say i have some firearm experience means i can hunt and shoot.) any questions or want to set up a meet and great email me at joecox566 [at] hotmail [dot] com.
I and my wife live in Springfield,OR. new to prepping and still learning more things we want to meet other preppers
in the area maybe start a group or trade skills or just chat .
Hello, I have been spearheading a meet-up this weekend (3-23-13) at Pass Creek Park in Curtin Oregon. This site was selected as being centrally located in relation to much of the state with easy access to the I-5 corridor. I will be traveling approx 90 miles 1 way myself to attend.
Most of the information has been on another Forum here;
I will be arriving late Friday evening and plan on staying over Saturday night as well. There is no formal agenda, i have not said anything to the park regarding a meet up, per say, aside from the fact that i expect to meet a number of folks there this weekend. The park host expects sites to be available. There are full hookup sites, tent camping and a bath/shower house.
I will be preparing a dutch oven quiche or two on Saturday morning, there will a warming fire at my site throughout the day. I am bringing selections from my survival bookshelf. i will have 2 pack stoves as well as Coleman lantern adapted for multi fuel use to show off I am planning on having a spare sleeping bag/pad and a tent available for emergency loan on Saturday evening if needed. I will bring a pop up canopy for inclement weather but will need assistance with set up takedown.
I will check this post for responses before leaving Salem on Friday evening.
Your interest is appreciated hopefully you will attend
So are there any fellow preppers in rogue valley
Southwestern Oregon Preppers (SWOP) will be holding a meeting on Saturday, March 23, 2013 at Noon at the Coos Bay Fire Department, 450 Elrod, Coos Bay, Oregon 97420
The main topic is “How To Avoid Food Borne Illness With Food Preservation”. Tips for dehydration, canning, jerkey, and possibly salting!
This is a free public meeting to get to know fellow local preppers in Coos and Curry counties and to exchange information and ideas. Join Southwestern Oregon Preppers on Facebook and/or meetup.com.
Hello. We are a family of 5 with children 8 and under. We are in search of other families or individuals that are preppers. With our country going down the tubes, we believe that now is the time to meet like minded people who may want to form a group. We believe there is strength with numbers and would like to form a community of fellow preppers to increase the odds of survival.
I am a long time prepper living appx. one hour drive from Eugene Oregon. I have a 30 acre farm In a protected low populated area. Ihave an orchard with a variety of apples,plums and pears and I am expanding the orchard by adding peach and walnut trees. Appx 20 acres of pasture and several natural water sources. I am currently adding another larger greenhouse.I have a number of bldgs as well as a large RV trailor and home. I am adding a large propane back up system with 2 generators and will be adding a solar system soon. I am also converting two bldgs to wood heat and cooking.In addition my property backs up to about million acres of forest for hunting and firewood. I have other preps as well but this should give you some idea of what I have. I am not looking for someone to move in permanently. I am looking for a family or two who are allready prep minded but live in the city where it is not suitable to ride out the coming storm. I am willing to make my place accesible as a buggout location for those willing to put in some time and effort to make it a better retreat. I would like to find a young retired military family or two but this is not a requirement. If you are interested please send me a note or leave your email address and I will contact you. Greg
looking to meet and creat a prepper network throughout coos county. will-541-404-9157
Looking for others of like mind, to move to our area, or convince us to move to yours (in the south central/south eastern OR area).
We currently reside northeast of Klamath Falls OR. The area offers small rural parcels, close to resource rich national forest land, for affordable prices. We currently reside on 3+ acres on a river that we are working on turning into a homestead.
We are not looking for anyone to join our homestead, but instead, we hope to encourage preppers to move to our area. This would allow like minded people to work together as a community; but with most individuals or families owning their own place, so as to avoid the common technicalities and potential difficulties that come with joining someone else’s homestead property.
There are many options in this area, ranging from 1.5 acre parcels on or near a river, to 5-20 acre forested parcels, to ranches hundreds of acres in size. Land is reasonably priced. Land with homes can be a little over priced, but given the status of the real estate market, you can likely negotiate significant price reductions. If you buy bare land, you can get a well and septic, and live in a fancy travel trailer, or build. Whatever works for your situation.
As for us, we’ve been in the area for over a year. Most people here are your typical rural folks. Hard working and self reliant if they can be, church going, looking out for each other, sometimes a little gruff, but with good hearts. There is a growing number of awake, preparedness minded people in the area, although there are still some people dependent on government hand outs.
We hope to turn that around, by getting more self sufficient folks to move here, who are awake, know the economy inevitably will eventually collapse, are willing to work hard for a free and self-reliant lifestyle, and potentially bring more skills to the area.
The winters are cold, and you have to be prepared for such. If you’re going to work in a town, be prepared to drive in snow. If you have your own business, your customers will be limited unless it’s an internet business or something the locals need regularly.
The advantages: Lots of firewood, wild game and fishing. Authorities rarely come out here, water is plentiful and clean, and depending on where you buy, wells can be shallow, though some areas are deep. Summers don’t get too hot. Lots of knowledgeable/skilled folks.
The disadvantages: It’s rural, closest descent shopping is an hour away. It gets cold. Soil may need some amendments (depending on where you end up). Not as many preppers here as we would like yet (that we’ve met – but we all know none of us really advertise). And like I wrote, we hope to change that.
If you are prepper who is serious about relocating to a rural area, and would like more info or to possibly network, feel free to contact. If you are not serious don’t waste my time.
I am looking for a group of like-minded people anywhere in the Willamette Valley area.
We are a family of 5 (43,43,16,15,11) living in Salem. I’ve been prepping for about 5 years to ‘bug-in’ alone – realizing that this is not an option in most collapse scenarios. I have my family ready to survive at least one year - and realize that unless I am part of a group, that long term survival is not possible.
I have a medical background – currently work as an RN; worked as an EMT-I, EMT-II, and as a Paramedic for 5 years on an ambulance in a busy system. Also worked as a volunteer fire fighter.
Coos County preppers group is designed to network with other users in your local area so you can buy, sell, share tips & tricks and or post items pertaining to prepping, bug out supplies and survival!
get to know fellow local preppers and to exchange information and ideas. We plan on holding monthly meetings. Join Southwestern Oregon Preppers….https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/southwesternoregonpreppers/
We are a family of 2 adults in our 30s with two children under 6 years old. We just sold our home on a small 1.3 acre piece of land to free ourselves up to move to a more ideal location. We have been working diligently to become more self-sufficient, self-reliant, and prepared for what the future may hold. We are kind, honest, hard-working people with a good set of values. We are financially secure, debt-free, and independent. We are liberty-minded and open-minded.We are open to others beliefs and values as long as mutual respect is a part of them.
We are serious about lessening our ties to the current fragile system. We have been working hard towards our goals. While we have loved our home and property and are proud of what we have accomplished, we are realizing we are not in the most ideal location and feel the need to be apart of a larger community of people on the same page. We also would like to be on a larger tract of land to implement larger scale plans. We have knowledge, skills, resources, tools books, funds, and drive to share with the right people. Many of our preparations can be moved to a new location.
Ideally we would like to join in with an existing group with other families and combine our labor and resources to be as prepared as possible. We are also willing to meet new people who have the same vision to purchase or upgrade an existing property. A property with existing structures, House, Barn, Shop, etc., would be ideal and we are willing to live in close quarters, or alternative housing, yurts, etc.. while new residences and infrastructure are built. We are also willing to move and are willing to take action quickly if needed.We are looking to farm, garden, wildcraft, bushcraft, raise animals and livestock, and be as self sufficient as possible. We are looking to prepare for a long term change, and not just stockpiling food for a short term crisis.
If you have an existing community looking for new members, and we sound like a good fit, please contact us. We currently live in the Willamette Valley in Oregon, but are willing to relocate for the right situation. We know a couple other families looking for a similar situation.
Please contact via email at first. tell us a little about yourself/selves and what your are looking for or what you may have to offer. phreetogo2012 at gmail.
Hello fellow preppers, I live in eugene Oregon and I am looking for people in and outside of my area to form a group of survivalists, I need to meet some ppl ASAP! I am willing to travel if necessary, I have no guns or ammo YET but I do have other hunting and defensive weapons, I have a bugout bag and other survival gear, so as we all know things are getting bad and now with thease new gun laws that are soon to come I think we all know what’s next, I have someone in my group already that has medical knowledge, I know how to skin animals and a little hunting skills, I am still learning as I go but I know enough for now, I believe the best way to survive is strength in numbers, so please back to me ASAP meet n greet face to face let’s go find a spot together and survive! The more the marrier, looking forward to hearing from anyone that wants to join a FUN…… SERIOUS group of survivors!
Looking for like minded preppers
We currently live in South Florida the worst place to live if the dollar collapses – I have followed Dr. Marc Faber for the last 10 years and thanks to him I sold a home in 2005. This economist predicted the 87 stock market crash, 2000 Tech Stock Market Bubble, 2008 housing collapse and now the dollar collapse. I believe this will occur within a couple years considering the FED is printing fiat money like there is no tomorrow.
I am a DWM professional 57. My girlfriend and I are looking for an ESTABLISHED REMOTE COMMUNITY with like minded self sufficient individuals. We will consider NC, SC, AL, MS, TN and GA. A total of up to 6 individuals may join us.
I have done 10 years of prepping within the last couple months. Not a right or left winger but believe in GOD.
I am not a minimalist by any means, therefore existing or future plans for power generation ( preferably hydro, but also solar and wind ) is mandatory, as well as a clean water source, wood ( structures, fuel ), and the ability to harvest and hunt.
My off grid skills are limited but I can provide cash for building community, lots of ammo, guns, survival gear and the ability to learn.
My girlfriend & I would like to hear from you govtsupplies at aol dot com
Mike & Sheri
govtsupplies at aol dot com
Now more than ever is the time to seriously evaluate your choices. Sitting on the fence post watching the world unravel without a realistic plan is not a prudent option anymore. It’s all coming down to the hard reality that we must face alone or as a like minded group.
We are not looking to meet, network or communicate with preppers to exchange ideas regarding recipes, food storage, ham radio, firearms training and the like, or to assist in pointing you in the right direction. Our training wheels came off long ago. What we are ultimately wishing to accomplish here is to find resourceful unique individuals/families with practical skill sets that are ready to commit. What we meant by resourceful is that you have the where with all financially to move forward when the right circumstances present themselves. The key factors in forming a group are compatibility, similar goals and the knowledge to survive the coming storm.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
I live in Vancouver, WA and am new to prepping. Wondering if there are any groups that meet up in my area.
looking for like minded people near SE Washington/NE Oregon to train, share info and ideas with.
I am 4 hours from the Oregon Border and looking for a small group of like minded people to survive whats coming. I have yet to find anyone in my area and I have been prepping for a few years now through survival tactic training/studying and I am ready to bug out.
Please let me know if you have room and are serious.
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im a young prepper and em needing some help i live in OREGON if anyone would like to help me that would be amazing contact me at orprepper [at] gmail [dot] com
Six months ago I posted here :
In re-reading my post I can’t see anything to change. We are currently out of the PNW area (now in Texas) but will be almost certainly returning to Oregon to ‘semi-retire’ to finish preparing for the collapse (and most likely war) to come. Rancher’s analysis aside I also still think collapse is a few years out so there is still time to make a stand. I plan on having my family be part of the Remnant (in Charles Hugh Smith terms, not the religious connotation of the term). If you believe the same, would definitely like to hear from you and yours.
We are still on task, on schedule for what is to come – and I still think it would be nice to team up with another family (as remote as that possibility might be it’s still worth taking a risk to post here).
Looking for other like-minded preppers in the Willamette Valley Oregon area (Salem through Eugene areas and more). We’d like to set up monthly meetings for any and all interested families/individuals who are prepping. There is strength in numbers and in our individual talents. We can’t fight this looming battle on our own.
Looking for preppers in the portland metro area. lets talk
I am just starting and looking for people to talk to and to share ideas. If there are any other preppers out there that is willing to share please email. Thank you.
But this…is… about more than that. Any conscious prepper is well aware that you cannot prepare for what you cannot see, you can only try and cover what you can afford and make simple modifications to your way of living to increase your chances of making it through a disaster.