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Be aware. Be prepared. The last Cascadia Subduction Zone event Magnitude 8.0 to 9.1 was on January 26, 1700 (more than 320 years ago), and they happen about every 280 to 350 years. It is time to get ready. This webpage houses all of the primary and secondary disaster resources…


This publication focuses on how residents can cope with the loss of power to their homes. Hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses are likely to lose power during a disaster, but there are many simple steps residents can take to address the resulting challenges.


Survival Basics: Stress Less is a 6-page handout that explores mindfulness techniques to help you prepare to respond with resiliency before, during and throughout stressful times.


In a natural disaster or other emergency, the key to survival is being prepared. Be ready with an emergency kit for your family. Emergency kits contain the basic needs for life: food, water, warmth, first-aid supplies, medications, medical equipment, flashlights and protection from the elements. Learn how to pack your…


A social media campaign for hail damage recover Severe storms that produce damaging winds and hail are all too common in Nebraska, and their effects on agriculture can be devastating. Nebraska Extension has an array of resources on hail for crop producers and agricultural stakeholders; however, most often these resources…


Provides weather forecasts, summaries, historical data and outlooks for Indiana counties. Produced by University of Kentucky.


Collection of weather related resources (NOAA) provided by University of Kentucky for any state that requests it.


Disaster Resource Guide for Small Businesses Resource guide provides a general overview of issues that small businesses may face as a result of a major natural disaster and assistance available to address those issues. This disaster resource guide was originally prepared by the Missouri Small Business & Technology Centers (MO…


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