How will you supply wood for cooking and heat if there comes a time when you need to hide out and not have certain someones know you are there.
If you needed to cut a tree down that requires a chain saw and we all know there will be a lot of noise to go along with it running.
Plan now and do plan to cut a lot of trees you'd be surprised how much wood you could go though in a week just for cooking and having hot water.
If you have a wooded back yard or know someone like minded with a wooded property start cutting down trees now. Don't wait just do it the sooner you do this the sooner this wood will be ready for burning. If your able to cut the trees up into logs now they will start to season and be used as fire place logs for heat or cooking.
If your unable to handle larger trees then go into the woods a little ways and cut down the smaller trees. Wait a month if possible till some of the leaves dye off then drag them out w/ ropes tied to a pickup truck bumper a sit down lawn mover or even you car if you must. Once they are at the property line you should be able to start cutting them up and have an easyer time with them then dealing w/ the wooded area they where cut from.
If you wish to go one step further think about those leaves as your fire starter. Bad up dozens of bags of leaves and leave them in the woods. That way you will have dry leaves when it rains and not have to worry about searching for dry ones. Same goes with smart branches or twigs. Start a pile in the woods and use the small branches from those trees you cut up.
Cover with a dark colored tarp or garbage bags that can be cut open along the seam. Layer them on top of the sticks and place those leaf bags on top of them so the wind won't blow them off. Toss a few logs on the cover also.
The dryer your wood, leaves and sticks the less smoke will be visable from your fire. Burning/cooking at dawn and at dusk may also help your smoke from being seen.
Be sure you have a cleared area when buring any fire out side. Use rocks to make your fire place and ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS have a pail of water near by. Never go to bed letting the fire burn it's self out. Pour water over the fire and use a large stick to stir it around just to be sure.