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  • TexasHelp: The Texas Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN)
    related to disaster preparedness mitigation and recovery More about EDEN Click to View Disaster Information Subscribe HOT TOPICS March 1 2015 USDA Climate Hubs The USDA offers information on your area s climate with special focus on croplands livestock and more February 24 2015 2015 Drought Disaster Updates The Drought Disaster Designations Map shows designations due to drought across the country under USDA s amended rule Any county declared a primary red or contiguous orange disaster county makes producers in that county eligible for certain emergency aid February 17 2015 Water Education Network Don t forget to check out the AgriLife Extension Water Education Network website for useful information including what you need to know about drought February 12 2015 Biosecurity Practices for Swine Shows and Exhibitors The co mingling of swine and equipment at a stock show creates a greater risk for disease transmission Here are some helpful tips to ensure the health and safety of all animals February 11 2015 Best Management Practices for Equine Disease Prevention Learn how to protect your horse from diseases Establish a core and risk based vaccination program February 5 2015 West Nile Virus Find out more facts and preventative measures about West Nile Virus here February 4 2015 Mosquito Workshops Nine workshops targeting mosquitoes and vector borne diseases have been planned across the state January 21 2015 Pandemic Preparedness and Response There are four steps every individual or family must take to plan and prepare for a disaster that may occur in their geographical location Flu season isn t over are you prepared 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 to your mobile device tablet or eReader before a

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  • Thunder Storms: lightning, hail, wind, damage, safety - Texas
    Type of Disaster Naturally Occurring Thunderstorms Lightning and Hail Thunderstorms produce lightning high winds and rain Many strong thunderstorms produce hail and some produce tornadoes NOAA Weather Radio is the prime alerting and critical information delivery system for thunderstorms The following sites provide information on severe thunderstorm preparedness All Disaster Recovery Resources on Texas EDEN Tree Care Kit Damage Prevention Disaster Recovery eBook Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Fact Sheet Thunderstorms and Lightning FEMA Assessing Hail and Freeze Damage to Field Corn and Sorghum Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Management Options for Late Season Hail Damaged Stripper Harvested Cotton Fields Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Is There a Need to Spray Hail Damaged Corn with a Foliar Fungicide Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Safe Rooms Building Adding a Safe Room to Your Home NOAA gov Severe Weather 101 NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory Severe Weather Awareness NOAA Office of Climate Water and Weather Service Thunderstorm American Red Cross Precision Agriculture Lawn Garden Weather Forecasts by County Based On National Weather Service Digital County Forecasts National Digital Forecast Database Weather for Kids Educational tools for kids grades K 5 developed by NOAA Weather for Teachers Educational tools

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  • Drought in Texas - Information & Educational Resources
    Management Range Forestry Horticulture Home Water Conservation Soil Crop Sciences Veterinary Medicine Agricultural Economics Additional Resources by Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Texas A M Water Education Network water tamu edu Agricultural Drought Task Force Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Additional Texas EDEN Drought Resources IRT Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Managing for Drought on Texas Rangelands Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Water Efficient Practices for Saving your Landscapes Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Financial Security Managing your Money in Tough Times Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service eExtension Home Water Conservation Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Drought Information from other Reputable Sources Drought and Drought Assistance USDA US Drought Monitor National Drought Mitigation Center University of Nebraska National Integrated Drought Information System NIDIS drought gov NOAA Defending Against Drought National Resources Conservation Service USDA Disaster Resource Information Packet Texas Department of Agriculture Drought and Public Water Systems Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Texas Drought Information Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Drought and Weather National Agricultural Library USDA Drought Information Center National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Drought Resource Guide National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service Low Water Use Plants Arizona Cooperative Extension Irrigation National Resources Conservation Service USDA National Drought Mitigation Center University of Nebraska National Water Climate Center National Resources Conservation Service USDA National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center NOAA National Weather Service Precipitation Analysis NOAA Soil Moisture Monitoring NOAA Soil Quality National Resources Conservation Service USDA Surf Your Watershed US Environmental Protection Agency Texas Climatic Bulletin Office of the State Climatologist Texas Fire Dangers Advisories Texas Forest Service Fire The Texas Manual on Rainwater Harvesting Texas Water Development Board Texas Water Conditions Report Texas Water Development Board Texas SmartScape Variety Testing Information Dealing with Drought Texas A M University What is a Drought

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  • Disaster Recovery Resources
    Service Managing Mosquitoes After a Flood Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Other Resources for Displaced Cancer Patients Their Families and Physicians National Cancer Institute Disaster Preparedness from the Alzheimer s Association Emergency Wound Care After a Disaster Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Hand Hygiene After a Disaster Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Key Facts About Infectious Disease After a Disaster Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Preventing Illness and Disease After a Natural Disaster Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Protect yourself from Chemicals Released During a Natural Disasters Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 4 Disasters and Recovery Stress By Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Children and Disasters ER 008 En Español Stress in Adults After Disasters Warning Signs and Management ER 018 En Español Yea 4 H Recreation Games and Activities For use in Shelters and Evacuation Centers Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service 4 H Program Other How to help children youth and teens after a disaster Missouri Extension After a Disaster A Guide for Parents and Teachers National Mental Health Information Center After a Disaster Self Care Tips for Dealing with Stress National Mental Health Information Center Children as Victims of Hurricanes and other Natural Disasters Purdue Extension The Long term Impact of a Traumatic Event National Mental Health Information Center 5 Disaster Recovery Supply Kits By Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Returning Home After a Disaster Supply List ER 016 En Español 6 Financial Recovery Risk Management By Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service After the Disaster Consideration for Older Adults ER 029 En Español Caring for Important Papers after a Flood ER 003 En Español Financial Recovery Homeowner s Property Insurance Issues ER 035 En Espanol Obtaining Disaster Assistance for Farms and Ranches ER 032 En Español Obtaining Disaster Assistance for Individuals and Families ER 024 En Español Obtaining Disaster Assistance for Public Infrastructure ER 031 En Español Obtaining Disaster Assistance for Small Businesses and the Self Employed ER 033 En Español Managing your Money in Tough Times Preventing Fraud Following a Disaster ER 034 En Español Replacing Personal Documents after a Disaster Financial Security Money Management in Times of Disaster eXtension Other Recovery After Disaster The Family Financial Toolkit Disaster Assistance for Individuals and Families Locate and Apply for Disaster Relief FEMA Replacing Vital Documents Personal Records USA gov Texas Rural Mediation Services Services Program Brochure Lubbock County Texas Get Assistance American Red Cross Hurricane Vehicle and Watercraft Fraud Don t Be a Victim National Insurance Crime Bureau Internal Revenue Service IRS Grants Tax Relief for Disaster Victims 7 Food Water Safety By Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Protect Yourself and Others after a Chemical Fire ER 406 Decontaminating Flooded Wells ER 011 En Español Disinfecting Water After a Disaster ER 002 En Español Disinfecting Water Wells by Shock Chlorination ER 004 En Español Emergency Food and Water Supplies E11 Food Safety for Relief Volunteers Handling Food or Drinks When Losing Power ER 023 En Español Foods

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  • TexasHelp
    2009 19 January 2009 15 December 2008 16 November 2008 20 October 2008 27 September 2008 56 August 2008 8 Subscribe Facebook Twitter Email RSS Home Hot Topics Hot Topics USDA Climate Hubs Date March 1st 2015 The USDA offers information on your area s climate with special focus on croplands livestock and more http climatehubs oce usda gov 2015 Drought Disaster Updates Date February 24th 2015 Source USDA Disaster Drought Information The Drought Disaster Designations Map shows designations due to drought across the country under USDA s amended rule Any county declared a primary red or contiguous orange disaster county makes producers in that county eligible for certain emergency aid View Drought Disaster Designations Map pdf List of Designated Drought Disaster Counties pdf More Resources DisasterAssistance gov View Texas EDEN Agricultural Drought Resources Water Education Network Date February 17th 2015 Don t forget to check out the AgriLife Extension Water Education Network website for useful information including what you need to know about drought http water tamu edu Biosecurity Practices for Swine Shows and Exhibitors Date February 12th 2015 The co mingling of swine and equipment at a stock show creates a greater risk for disease transmission Here are some helpful tips to ensure the health and safety of all animals http texashelp tamu edu 004 natural pdfs biosecurity practices for swine shows pdf Best Management Practices for Equine Disease Prevention Date February 11th 2015 Learn how to protect your horse from diseases Establish a core and risk based vaccination program View Resource http www agrilifebookstore org Equine Disease Prevention p eb 6214 htm West Nile Virus Date February 5th 2015 The bite from just one West Nile infected mosquito is enough to transfer the disease to a human Find out more facts and preventative measures here http eden

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  • Disaster Information
    disaster happens Preparing for the Unexpected pdf Disaster preparedness guide for families and individuals En Español Preparedness Recovery App Install this app to your mobile device 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 3 Disaster Information Sections Disaster Information by Type Disaster Resources Database Prepare for a

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  • Texas EDEN > Disaster Information > By the Type of Disaster
    By the Type of Disaster AGRICULTURE DISASTERS Animal Issues Farm Ranch VIOLENCE TERRORISM Biological Agents Bombs and Other Explosive Devices Chemical Attacks Cyber terrorism Nuclear and Radiological Attacks Suspicious Mail ACCIDENTS THAT ARE DISASTERS Chemical or Hazardous Material Spills Explosions Household Hazards Radiological Incidents NATURALLY OCCURRING DISASTERS Current Weather Disease and Epidemic Droughts Earthquakes Fires Wildfires Floods Heat Waves Household Issues Hurricanes Loss of Utilities Including Electricity Thunderstorms Hail Wind

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  • How to Prepare for Disasters-Disaster Preparedness for Texas
    Resources Home Disaster Information Prepare for a Disaster Disasters can strike at any time or place in Texas Use the disaster preparedness resources listed below to minimize the risks and effects from known disaster related hazards Preparing for a disaster now can help speed up the disaster recovery process later Families Individuals 4H Youth Farm Ranch Pets Animals Child Care Centers College Students Older Adults Care Givers Businesses Special Needs

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