Subsistence hunting may become necessary sooner rather than later.
Rather than piling up firewood what you need to do is check out your chainsaw ~ make sure it's in working condition, then track down where some of the EPA employees live. Theirs is the first place to sack for firewood ~ not their homes but their lots. Practice the route a few times, and wait until other fuel sources are exhausted ~ the trees continue to grow.
That is old school, we use cleaning ropes, one pull and it is cleaned and oiled!
Second, I have been cutting wood most of my life, KI have three chainsaws with full chisel chains, Huskys.
We have more than 500 acres of land with all the wood we will ever need and our drive way is exactly one mile to our house. We raise fish, our own ducks for eggs (free range), and there are plenty of wild life for additional food if and when needed.
I can't believe how funny everyone thinks this is! You are either ignorant of what is coming or just don't care, either way, being prepared is nothing to be chided or laughed at!
Remember the story of the animal that would not help gather food for the winter, electing instead to play while others stored their food. Winter came and he had no food and demanded his neighbors feed him. Guess what happened!