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Are Your Communities “Wildfire Ready”?

Wildfires seem to be frequently in the news these days.  States west of the Mississippi and up in Alaska seem to have experienced an unusually high number of wildfires already this year.   303 more words

All Hazards

Desperate Times - Dangerous People

People who delve into preparedness are always thinking through scenarios of “SHTF” situations (for those who don’t know what that acronym stands for, it’s Sh!t Hits the Fan).  1,760 more words

Basic Foundational Information

Progress on the sorghum, corn, and sunflower plot

The small plot I made at work is doing well (mostly). I planted about 50 oil seed sunflowers, 25 Sugardrip Sorghum (milo) plants, with Tophat and Painted Mountain corn. 783 more words

Food

Critical Infrastructure Cyber Community (C3) Hosts Risk Management Webinar

The C3 Voluntary Program is hosting the next installment of its 2015 Webinar Series.  To meet growing technological needs and to protect against evolving cyber threats, this month’s topic focuses on increasing awareness, encouraging information sharing, adopting best practices, and promoting a shared sense of responsibility for cybersecurity among our Nation’s small and midsized businesses (SMB). 158 more words

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ADA 25: Inclusion in Emergency Planning

Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the ADA signing by ensuring your organization’s emergency plans are inclusive.

By Susan Schmitz

July 26th, 2015 is a milestone in our country’s journey to equality and social integration. 880 more words

SF CARD Staff Authors

Pet Fire Safety Day: Tips on Getting Your Pets Out of Danger

A show of hands: who has a fire evacuation plan for your home?

There may be a few of you out there, I’m sure, but how many that do, also have a plan that involves your pets? 711 more words

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