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The resources on this page are meant to address flooding issues caused by hurricane, inland flooding from rainfall, and rapid snow melt.   

University Resources 

Publication developed by Purdue for state branding

Purdue University - First Steps to Flood Recovery
Help yourself, helping people with disabilities, pets, salvaging keepsakes, furniture, carpeting, flooring, government and community.  See also:  Video and Audio files - on eXtension 

University Flood Websites

Cornell University Flood Resources
Home, food safety, after flooding recovery

K-State Research and Extension
Cleaning up after a flood, farming after a flood, children and disasters

North Dakota State University Flood Page
House and home, family and friends, farm and ranch

Penn State University Flood Resources

Rutgers University
Recovery clean-up, home, children and disasters, food safety 

University of Alaska -- Flood Recovery 
Safety and health, clean-up, and septic systems

University of Missouri
Cleaning up, farming after flood, disinfecting wells

Virginia Tech University -- Emergency Preparedness
Disaster preparedness and recovery resources

West Virginia University  Cooperative Extension Service
Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Resources


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Federal Resources  

Centers for Disease Control -- Flood Resources
Before the storm, after flood recovery resources, public health, safety, clean-up, mold

Ready.gov - Floods
Before, during, and after flood, safety, flood insurance


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Last Updated:11/12/2012 2:59 PM
 

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