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  • TexasHelp: The Texas Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN)
    counts October 15 2012 Texas A M Forest Service survey shows 301 million trees killed by drought The number was determined by a study of both on the ground tree health assessments collected during a three month period earlier this year and satellite imagery from before and after the drought October 11 2012 The Start of Flu Season Means itâ s Time for Vaccination A vaccination now will provide protection throughout the flu season which runs through May September 26 2012 Zoonotic Diseases in Texas Zoonotic diseases can be shared between animals and people September 21 2012 Tree Damage Removal and Replanting Assistance 2011 marked one of the worst droughts in state history What does that mean for the state s trees September 14 2012 Run Hide Fight A video showing how to survive an active shooter event September 12 2012 State Health Department Issues Pertussis Advisory There have been six deaths and more than 1 000 confirmed cases of pertussis or whooping cough in Texas so far this year View all Hot Topics FEATURED SECTIONS FEATURED GUIDES EBOOKS APP Preparedness Recovery App Install this app to your mobile device before a disaster happens Preparedness Recovery eBooks Download these eBooks

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  • About the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
    by AgriLife Extension is available to every resident in every Texas county But Extension educators are well aware that a program offered in Dallas might not be relevant in the Rio Grande Valley AgriLife Extension custom designs its programs to different areas of the state significantly depending on residents for input and program delivery The mission of AgriLife Extension is a seemingly simple one improving the lives of people businesses and communities across Texas and beyond through high quality relevant education Carrying out this mission however is a massive undertaking One that requires the commitment of each and every one of the agency s employees Through the programs these employees provide Texans are better prepared to eat well stay healthy manage money and raise their children to be successful adults efficiently help themselves through preventing problems and using tools for economic stability and security improve stewardship of the environment and of the state s natural resources Today s AgriLife Extension is known for its leadership dedication expertise responsiveness and trustworthiness Texans turn to AgriLife Extension for solutions and its agents and specialists respond not only with answers but with a significant return on investment to boost the Texas economy Official

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  • Disaster Information
    eBooks Download these eBooks to your mobile device tablet or eReader before a disaster happens Disaster Recovery Guide Disaster Recovery eBook After a Disaster eBook PDF Simple information to help individuals and families recover from a disaster Available in English Spanish Preparing for the Unexpected pdf Disaster preparedness guide for families and individuals En Espaà ol DISASTER INFORMATION SECTIONS By the Type of Disaster Disaster Resources Database Prepare for a

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  • About the Texas Disaster Education Network (EDEN)
    Disaster Education Network This site is intended to accommodate Texas AgriLife Extension agents and all Texas citizens by sharing education resources to reduce the impact of natural and man made disasters for individuals families and communities The primary goals of Texas EDEN are to Provide credible and reliable information relating to disaster preparedness and recovery for individuals families and urban and or rural communities Reduce the impact associated with disaster

    Original URL path: http://texashelp.tamu.edu/about-texas-eden.php (2012-11-15)
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  • Contact the Texas Disaster Education Network (EDEN)
    listed below Please inform them that your inquiry is related to the Texas EDEN website Search for contact information http www tamu edu directory search 4 H Youth Luis Saldana Agricultural Environmental Safety Don Renchie Ag Eco Community Resources Andy Vestal Animal Science Jason Cleere Biological Agricultural Engineering Saqib Mukhtar Family Financial Issues Joyce Cavanagh Food Safety Jenna Anding Forestry Eric Taylor Health Carol Rice Mental Health Rick Peterson Veterinary

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  • Sitemap: Texas Disaster Education Network (EDEN)
    Material Spills Explosions Household Hazards Radiological Incidents Agriculture Disasters Animal Issues Emergency Planning for Pets Livestock Livestock Preparedness Recovery Farm Ranch Farm Ranch Security Farmstead Preparedness Recovery Reconditioning Machinery Equipment Protecting Ground Water Protecting Farms Ranches from Wildfires Drought Information Other Household Issues Naturally Occurring Disasters Current Weather Disease and Epidemic Droughts Earthquakes Fires Floods Heat Waves Household Issues Hurricanes Loss of Utilities Including Electricity Thunderstorms Hail Wind and Lightning Tornadoes Winter Storms Violence Terrorism Biological Agents Bombs and Other Explosive Devices Chemical Attacks Cyber terrorism Nuclear and Radiological Attacks Suspicious Mail 3b Disaster Resources Database 3c Prepare for a Disaster Families Individuals Emergency Supplies Kits Lists 4H Youth Patriotism Through Preparedness Pets Animals Child Care Centers College Students Emergency Supplies Kit for College Students Older Adults Care Givers Creating a Support Network for Older Adults Businesses 3d Disaster Recovery Resources Animals Disaster Preparedness Recovery Guides Disaster Health Issues Disasters Recovery Stress Disaster Recovery Supply Kits Financial Recovery Risk Management Food Water Safety Restoring Your Home Belongings Safety During Disaster Recovery Septic Systems Water Wells Tree Removal Recovery Other General Information 3e News Related Resources Current News Children Youth Community Family Farm Ranch Pets Volunteer 4 ABOUT TEXAS EDEN About

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  • Subscribe to Texas EDEN
    The goal is to present you with up to date reliable and current information than can be spread quickly by the Texas EDEN website Facebook Twitter email news alerts and RSS feed There are 4 ways to subscribe 1 By Facebook Like Texas EDEN on Facebook When we post an article to the Texas EDEN Hot Topics section of this website a Post will automatically be sent to the Facebook page for Texas EDEN Follow us on Facebook http www facebook com txeden Note You must have a Facebook account to Like us and subscribe to our Posts 2 By Twitter Follow Texas EDEN Hot Topics on Twitter When we post an article to the Texas EDEN Hot Topics section of this website a tweet will automatically be sent to our twitter account Go here to follow us now http twitter com txeden Note You must have a Twitter account to follow Texas EDEN 3 By Email One email per week will be sent out summarizing any new information posted to the Texas EDEN Hot Topics section This service is provided by Google and Feedburner You may unsubscribe at any time Enter your email address Delivered by FeedBurner 4 By

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