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States and WARNs – Working Together Webinar

On December 17, ASDWA’s Security Committee hosted a webinar to showcase how five states – California, Utah, New Hampshire, New York and Florida – support, interact with, and sustain their state’s WARN.  158 more words

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Climate Adaptation and Critical Infrastructure Webinar Series – Register Today!

The DHS National Protection and Programs Directorate, Office of Infrastructure Protection, will host a Webinar entitled “Regional Adaptation Strategies for Addressing Sea Level Rise and Its Cascading Effects.”  This joint partnership Webinar will feature speakers from Federal, State, and local entities discussing regional adaptive strategies and activities for addressing the impacts of sea level rise on critical infrastructure and will cover: 64 more words


Emergency Management Grants – Promoting Planning Standards

We know that good emergency plans are the cornerstone of preparedness.  Often times it is local governments that have difficulty putting quality plans in place because they don’t have knowledgeable personnel or funds available to make this happen.  337 more words

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Oath Keepers Neighborhood Watch Team - Ferguson Update

It is refreshing to see Oath Keepers Community Preparation Teams (CPTs) in action as they become mobilized in various situations across the country as needed.  As you remember, the concept of the CPT as explained by Stuart Rhodes is to organize a team of at least 2 members as civilian experts who can lead others in the areas of Food-Water-Logistics, Engineering-Fabrication, Communications, emergency medical, and security (neighborhood watch).  797 more words


This Holiday Give the Gift of Preparedness

As Red Crossers, we know disasters can strike at any moment and being prepared before they happen is vital for reducing their impact. We also know the most effective way to engage people with disaster preparedness is for them to hear the message from someone they know. 187 more words


Tips To Re-Access Your Homeowners Insurance

If a fire destroyed you home today, you may be in for a bigger shock than you realize. Chances are, your homeowner’s insurance is insufficient. If you have lived in your house for more than 3 years and haven’t changed your policy, your home is probably underinsured. 835 more words

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