74 … For a survival group such as yours, admitting I did not know you had one, I would think the most relevant question to someone who wanted to join would be:
How far off grid are they willing to go. On a scale of 1 to 10. For the people you mentioned, I would definitely provide food. These people would split like the wind if you didn’t offer them something for their services. A mutual assistence agreement is nice but payment is better. Silver gold food ammo security money, a heated room with 3 square. LoL Payment implies you have a contract. Without payment there’s no obligation. And of course if they are useless otherwise, a contract also protects you. Get it down in writing.