Disaster Education Resources

Surviving a disaster requires preparation!


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  Family Preparedness

Zika Virus 

Zika Basics

Zika - Talk To Your Kids

Zika - What Can Be Done

Tornado Safety

Helping Kids Through a Disaster

How to Prepare a Disaster Kit (Video)

Developing a Communication Plan

How to Talk to Kids About Disasters

Caring For Seniors In Extreme Heat

Keeping Children Safe In The Heat

Surviving Heat for Kids

Water Conservation in the Home

Conserving Water for Kids

Saving Energy in Cold Weather

Warning About Contact with Pigs (Fairs)

How to Prepare for a Flood

Food Safety

What To Do If A Food Product Is Recalled

Shopping Tips for Safer Food

Keeping Food Safe When The
Lights Go Out

Avoiding the Food Danger Zone When
It Is Hot Outside

Prepare an Emergency Food Kit

“What Will You Do When A Disaster Strikes? A Quick
Reference Guide To Help Keep You And Your Food Safe"

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Can I Salvage My Flooded Garden?










Agricultural Issues

Can I Salvage My Flooded Garden?

Small Ruminant Bio-security

Goat Management in Drought

Warning About Contact with Pigs (Fairs)

Native Warm-Season Perennial Grasses for 
Drought Management in Forage Production


Azalea Lace Bug

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug - A new invasive insect in Tennessee

Camphor Shot Borer - A new invasive insect in Tennessee

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid - A new invasive insect in Tennessee

Juniper Scale

Kudzu Bug - A new invasive insect in Tennessee

Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle

Oriental Beetle

Spotted Wing Drosophila - A new insect in Tennessee






Other Links

Ebola facts from the
State of Tennessee and
the Centers for Disease Control

USDA Disaster Programs

Agriculture Secretary Vilsack Announces
New Obama Administration Efforts to Assist
Farmers and Ranchers Impacted by Drought

USDA Disaster and Drought Assistance

CDC Natural Disasters and Severe Weather

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