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Livestock Diseases and Prevention

Wondering what you can do to reduce the risk of disease to your livestock? Prevention is ALWAYS much better than response! Dr. Susan Kerr, Washington State University Extension, will discuss practical steps to take to keep animals healthy and diseases at bay. Scott Cotton will moderate.

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Keeping Food Safe During an Emergency

Remembering the rules about food safety when the power is out and during an emergency is difficult. Lizann Powers-Hammond, Washington State University Extension, discusses how you can avoid food-related illness while in the midst of a disaster. Dr. Susan Kerr, Washington State University Extension, will moderate.

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How to Develop Community Organizations that are Active in Disaster (COADs)

How to Develop Community Organizations that are Active in Disaster (COADs) Does your community have a COAD? Bev Maltsberger, University of Missouri Extension, Carrie McKillip, University of Illinois Extension, and Dr. Mike Gaffney, Washington State University discuss how to develop COADs. Steve Cain, Purdue Extension, will moderate. Our 2016 series will be held on the second Tuesday of every month at 1 PM Eastern, with the exception of October’s webinar. It will be held October 4.

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Fair Biosecurity Checklists and Approved Protocols

Smoothly run fairs include biosecurity measures. Learn about checklists and protocols from Dr. Dale Moore, Washington State University Extension and Scott Cotton, Wyoming State University Extension. Dr. Susan Kerr, Washington State University Extension, moderated. The recording is now available.

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WSU Drought Basics

Newly designed web access to drought resources in multiple areas, includes links to downloadable pubs. Covers drought basics on such topics as: livestock, crops, fruit trees, home and garden and irrigation. Additional links provided.

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Ag Damage Assessment and Economic Loss

The Ag Damage Assessment Form provides a standardized method for individuals who are interested in determining the extent of damages to agricultural commodities and structures. Includes Assessment Form, Users Guide, Promotional Flyer, training PowerPoint and archived webinar. Designed for the consumer; good basis for an Extension workshop.

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