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Floods

Flooding can affect many homes in Texas. When flooding occurs, it affects everyone for no other reason than the reality that management of flood risk and response to flood events consumes tax dollars. When your home, business or neighborhood experiences a flood, there are things you can do to minimize the damages, protect your health and well-being, restore your property and protect it from future damage.

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  1. All Disaster Recovery Resources on Texas EDEN

  2. Preparing for the Unexpected: Floods
    Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

  3. Dry Out Before Rebuilding
    Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

  4. Cleaning Flood Damaged Homes    [ En Español ]
    Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

  5. Emergency Food and Water Supplies
    Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

  6. Livestock Preparedness and Recovery
    Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

  7. Keep Livestock Manure Out of Floodwaters
    North Dakota State University Extension Service

  8. Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems: Responding to Electrical Power Outages and Floods
    Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

  9. Managing Fire Ants after a Flood
    Texas Imported Fire Ant Research and Management Project

  10. Managing Mosquitoes after a Flood
    Texas Imported Fire Ant Research and Management Project

  11. Replacing Personal Documents After a Natural Disaster
    Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

  12. Soil Testing Following Flooding, Overland Flow of Waste Waters and other
    Fresh Water Related Disasters

    Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

  13. Food Safety after a Flood
    National Extension Disaster Education Network

  14. Flooded Information
    North Dakota State University Extension

  15. Storm and Flood Recovery Information
    University of Missouri Extension

  16. After a Flood: The First Steps
    FEMA

  17. The National Flood Insurance Program
    FEMA

  18. Flood Safety
    American Red Cross

  19. Flood Information for the Deaf
    Texas Division of Emergency Management

  20. Flood Resources
    eExtension and National EDEN

  21. Mold Removal Contractors
    Cornell University
    LSU Agcenter

  22. National Flood Insurance Program
    floodsmart.gov

  23. Preventing Flood Damage - Existing Home
    LSU Agcenter

  24. Reentering your Flooded Home
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  25. Rehabbing Flooded Houses: A Guide for Builders and Contractors
    Prepared for: Prepared for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    Prepared by: Steven Winter Associates, Inc. Norwalk, Connecticut

  26. Repairing Your Flood Damaged Home    [ En Español ]
    American Red Cross

  27. Safety Precautions with Snakes Following a Flood
    University of Illinois Extension Disaster Resources

  28. Stay Healthy After the Flood
    Kansas State University