Emergency PreparednessBuilding a Root Cellar Storm Shelter DIY Project

Building a Root Cellar Storm Shelter DIY Project

The root cellar storm shelter has been used since the early days for storing food and other things to keep them cool and safe from the elements. There are a number of ways in order to build a root cellar and depending on the your situation anyone of them will work just fine. This article was designed to introduce the reader to a unique way to use non-traditional materials to make a useful cellar on your property.

Building a Root Cellar Storm Shelter DIY Project

This Do It Yourself article is from Grit. The author talks about how  the root cellar that they constructed was made using a 1500 gallon plastic ag liquids tank following a project that they included a link to the page where the downloadable project can be found. The plans are on the link they provided and there is a 7 dollar fee for the plans. Some folks that are super handy may be able to build this without the plans, It looks pretty self explanatory but at least there is the option if the plans are needed. A great way to have a root cellar storm shelter without digging a huge hole.

Benefits of reading the DIY Project: Build a Root Cellar Article

Root cellars are very popular among preppers and homesteader for safe storing of food and provisions.
It talks about the many uses for the typical root cellar and how easy they can be made.
It includes a link to a complete Do It Yourself Plan for build this type of root cellar.
The plan is fully downloadable which makes easy to follow the plan onsite.


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Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.


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