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DISASTER PREPARATION & RECOVERY

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Click here for the 2017 UF/IFAS Extension Disaster Handbook!

The UF/IFAS Disaster Preparation & Recovery website offers resources to help Floridians prepare for and deal with natural disasters. From hurricanes to floods, tornados to thunderstorms, natural disasters can impact our lives with little notice. But there are ways to prepare for them and effectively deal with their aftermath.

This website offers vital information from UF/IFAS Extension, including tips, videos and useful contacts.

 

CLICK HERE FOR ALL DISASTER PREPARATION & RECOVERY ON BLOGS.IFAS

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Storm Damaged Landscapes

Hurricane damaged plants should be cared for as soon as possible. Partially uprooted small trees and shrubs should be securely staked in their original positions. Until plants are reset, protect exposed roots and prevent drying. Soil, moist...
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UF/IFAS Forestry Students Volunteer to Remove Tree Damage in Tallahassee After Hurricane Michael

After Hurricane Michael left the panhandle Wednesday, University of Florida student Ryan Krammes began reaching out to friends to see how he could help their families in the aftermath. Krammes learned his roommate’s family in Tallahassee and...
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Helping Children with Animals Cope with Hurricanes

By Dr. Chris DeCubellis, 4-H Dairy/Animal Science State Specialized Agent, UF/IFAS Extension Introduction Many excellent publications exist that discuss preparing for hurricanes. For those people who live on farms, information is available to...
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