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Message Subject The Best Places In America To “Bug Out” When Society Collapses
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Many people wonder where the safest place to retreat is should a major disaster hit, an economic collapse occur, or the power grid go down for an extended period of time.

In truth, there is no singular “safe place” where you are guaranteed to survive no matter what, but there are certain factors that make some regions safer than others.

In general, the bet regions to survive in the United States should meet as many of the following criteria as possible:

Low population density (arguably the most important factor)
Away from the coastlines
Little risk of natural disaster (tornadoes, hurricanes, etc.)
Plenty of fresh, running water
An abundance of wild game and edible plants that you can hunt or forage
Fertile land for growing crops
Long growing seasons
A current strong local or statewide economy
The ability to re-build an economy after a disaster (examples: farmer’s markets, mines, logging, oil sites, etc.)
Protected gun rights
A low crime rate
Lower cost of living/housing
Low property taxes
Away from nuclear/chemical power plants and military bases
Away from major cities that could be potential enemy targets

We’ve attempted to include regions throughout the US on our list. Let’s get started:

[link to concerneduspatriots.com]
 Quoting: AggregateThreat


if you haven';t already been tending to and living on your bug out property, showin up there at the last minute will not help

if fruit trees and gardens are not well established, then you are buggin gout to a location that has not been prepped
 
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