May 26th, 2015
Is your pet part of the family? If so, have you thought about their safety during a disaster? One way to prepare is to make a “grab and go” kit for them.
View the factsheet: http://www.ready.gov/sites/default/files/documents/files/pets.pdf
May 19th, 2015
Texas 4-H has created a list of youth-friendly games with guidelines on how to play them.
May 15th, 2015
What at first glance may look like mortal wounds are not necessarily fatal to a tree. Trees have an amazing ability to recover from storm damage.
May 13th, 2015
The Texas Department of Transportation provides evacuation information via Twitter and Facebook. Learn your evacuation routes before a hurricane makes landfall.
May 8th, 2015
Use this disaster preparedness ebook to protect yourself and your household during and immediately after a catastrophe by making a disaster plan and a disaster kit.
April 28th, 2015
Be sure to download FEMA’s mobile app before a storm hits for tips to survive natural disasters, weather updates, a way to locate shelters and more.
Additional disaster preparedness resources available at:
April 21st, 2015
Mosquitoes, biting flies, and ticks can be nuisances and sometimes pose a serious risk to public health. Choose your insect repellent wisely to protect your health.
April 14th, 2015
This publication explains general biosecurity practices, including understanding disease transmission and animal immunity.
April 7th, 2015
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has created a way for individuals to easily access information about their local watershed and to learn more about protecting them.