Reducing the Impact of Disasters Through Education
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If you have resources to help address these requests, please send them to Kim Cassel (SD), chair of the EDEN Information Clearinghouse Committee.

See also,  2011 and 2012 Responses



Recovering After a Disaster  


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Food Safety, Home , and Yard 

Refrigerated Food and Power Outages: When to Save and When to Throw Out
FoodSafety.gov

Advice for Saving Damaged Family Treasures Heritage Preservation, The National Institute for Conservation

Landscape cleanup after tornadoes requires safety 
 Mississippi State University

Recovery After Tornado and Storm Damaged Forested Land 
Alabama Cooperative Extension

Storm Damaged Trees
Alabama Cooperative Extension

Tree Removal Following Storm
University of Arkansas


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Disaster Mental Health 

 


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Spanish Language Resources  

Helping the Spanish-Speaking Population Deal with Natural Disasters in North Carolina
http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/disaster/factsheets/spanish/ (from Nat Tablante, MD)

Disaster Resources Available En Español
http://texashelp.tamu.edu/008-spanish/index.php (from Andy Vestal, TX)

Recovery/rebuilding articles from OSHA, FEMA, states, at LSU AgCenter
http://www.lsuagcenter.com/en/family_home/home/design_construction/En+Espanol/list.htm

ECHO Minnesota (Spanish page, has other languages) - Also see next section
http://www.echominnesota.org/es/ (from Katherine Waters, MN)

Healthy Roads Media
http://www.healthyroadsmedia.org/index.htm (from Becky Koch, ND)

Links to recovery articles in eXtensionespnol.net

Cleanup

Financial

Family Well-being


FEMA website (Spanish) http://www.fema.gov/esp/reconstruya/index.shtm



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Cleaning Up Farm Debris  

After Storm Debris...Health Risk for Cattle (Southern Farm Press) http://southwestfarmpress.com/livestock/after-storm-debris-pastures-potential-health-risk-cattle (authored by OK State Extension)

Insulation and Plastic from Tornados May Not Mix Well with Livestock (News)
http://extension.missouri.edu/news/DisplayStory.aspx?N=1125 (from Bob Schultheis, MO)

Pasture Cleanup of Small Debris - DRAFT document (updated 11/2013) PDF shared with EDEN
"To meet the immediate need, folks from within UK and outside UK contributed their thoughts to the document. We hope to formalize this in the coming weeks and have it appropriately vetted for future disasters, but this is what we are using for Extension Agents who need it now."

States are invited to utilize this resource on condition that the DRAFT watermark be retained until Kentucky has completed its peer review and revision process.
- Andrea Husband Higdon ( KY)

 


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Last Updated:11/23/2013 11:02 AM
 

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