Make sure they are easily opened from the inside or locked entirely.

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I think it would have turned out better if we had LAYERED them with straw between layers. Between the high, extended heat, and the lovely little fire ants that get all giddy whenever anything solid is placed on/in the ground for them to nest in or around, I just can't see a root cellar working here. Not long ago I bought over 3,200 sq ft of 4" thick insulated, with galvanized steel inside and out, used/surplus freezer panels. Keep an eye out for business tearing one down or replacing theirs and scoop it up. (Overseas Fallout) "A prudent man foresees the difficulties ahead and prepares for them; the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences." - Proverbs 22:3 The deeper you go, the less swing in temp highs and lows, both daily and seasonally.

Lay panels like that atop ground or just under surface of your root cellar and out past and around it too, seamlessly, for 10' horizontally and you'll really have yourself a root cellar that won't warm up in the summer. Go deep enough and temperature does not change at all, all year round, it will be whatever your average annual air temperature is above ground there.

Best, too, if it won't hurt contents, have 2 tubes so you can really drop surrounding ground down colder by blowing/sucking cold air through it all winter long, too. Adding insulation atop the earth (or just a few inches below) effectively makes it like you'd dug your root cellar deeper. (Overseas Fallout) "A prudent man foresees the difficulties ahead and prepares for them; the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences." - Proverbs 22:3I'm happy to hear that someone has already tried this.

I don't think today's kids would survive without the conveniences they've grown up with.

Most don't have the survival skills or desire to learn about them.

I'm happy to hear that someone has already tried this. I would be careful to remove that stuff so you don't inadvertently contaminate your groundwater.I've saved 2 dead refrigerators thinking that I might give this a try BUT wondered since they were only 2.5 - 3 feet in the ground they might not stay very cool during our hot and humid summers. Also, when I was a child there were numerous stories of children who go locked in abandoned refrigerators when playing.https:// Natu...5263278272599/ Natur...5263278272599/ The ground fridge Instant root cellar Winner of Dutch Design Awards 2015 In Dutch : https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ngm O8Kh VUo I'm happy to hear that someone has already tried this.I've saved 2 dead refrigerators thinking that I might give this a try BUT wondered since they were only 2.5 - 3 feet in the ground they might not stay very cool during our hot and humid summers. My Dad's family had a wood crate with a lid buried by their back door to store food in during the depression. He told me they put a silver coin in the bottom of the milk to keep it fresh and last longer.I've seen milk in cartons that are lined with some sort of metal at the dollar store that last a year until you open it and then you have to use it within 2 weeks.