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Family Preparedness

A classroom program Extension educators and others can use to teach families and individuals how to make family disaster kits, develop a family disaster plan, and be informed about and prepared for various disasters.

Course Basics

Target Audience: Families and individuals interested in preparing for potential disasters
Delivery Method: Classroom style
Cost: EDEN does not charge for use of these materials.Cost will depend on the local cost of meeting space, copying handouts, refreshments, etc.
Course Length: About 3 hours 
University Credit: No
Materials: Instructor's Guide, PowerPoint Presentation, and Narrated PowerPoint Slides in Video Format.

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Questions or input? Contact Becky Koch at or (701) 231-7875.

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