I recommend nine web sites (seven free and two paid) for making connections–whether you are looking to join or form a retreat group, or even for someone looking looking for a “prepper” spouse.They are: – – The Prepper Groups [“Meet-up”] web page–a free service courtesy of the folks at Prepper – – Prepper – – – – Sovereign Grace Singles – – Survivalist – – Christian (a paid matchmaking service–based on in-depth questionnaires) – – Farmers is an online dating-type site that caters to: “Farmers, Ranchers, Ag Students and all of Agriculture, Horse, Livestock Owners and all Animal Lovers Cowboys, Cowgirls, Rodeo Fans and Country Wannabes” – – Chris Martenson’s Resilient Life Groups Page.So unless youre expert at identifying these plants I believe that leave them alone.Or if you take the possible risk of putting yourself in greater peril than you are actually.For your safety and security, it is better to go through a long series of correspondence and to do some background and reference checking before revealing your home address or phone number.You might even want to set up a separate Hotmail or Gmail account, just for the purposes of making such contacts.Think OPSEC Another proven method of finding like-minded people has had remarkable success: wearing or carrying the Survival Blog logo.
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I’m often asked “How do I find people in my area that share my interest in preparedness?
” When recruiting for a retreat group, or if you are considering joining an existing one, proceed with appropriate OPSEC precautions, extensive background/reference checks, and prayer.
If you are already living at your intended retreat, it is probably best to recruit locally.
If not, then you should probably recruit looking for preparedness-minded people that have the same long-term relocation destination, or at least people with the willingness to be flexible about where they relocate.