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Disaster Information for preparedness, mitigation and recovery

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Texas EDEN provides credible and reliable information related to disaster preparedness, mitigation and recovery. More about EDEN ››

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March 1, 2015

USDA Climate Hubs

The USDA offers information on your area’s climate, with special focus on croplands, livestock and more!

February 24, 2015

2015 Drought Disaster Updates

The Drought Disaster Designations Map shows designations due to drought across the country under USDA’s amended rule. Any county declared a primary (red) or contiguous (orange) disaster county makes producers in that county eligible for certain emergency aid.

February 17, 2015

Water Education Network

Don’t forget to check out the AgriLife Extension Water Education Network website for useful information including what you need to know about drought!

February 12, 2015

Biosecurity Practices for Swine Shows and Exhibitors

The co-mingling of swine and equipment at a stock show creates a greater risk for disease transmission. Here are some helpful tips to ensure the health and safety of all animals.

February 11, 2015

Best Management Practices for Equine Disease Prevention

Learn how to protect your horse from diseases. Establish a core and risk-based vaccination program.

February 5, 2015

West Nile Virus

Find out more facts and preventative measures about West Nile Virus here!

February 4, 2015

Mosquito Workshops

Nine workshops targeting mosquitoes and vector-borne diseases have been planned across the state.

January 21, 2015

Pandemic Preparedness and Response

There are four steps every individual or family must take to plan and prepare for a disaster that may occur in their geographical location. Flu season isn’t over; are you prepared?

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FEATURED SECTIONS:

Texas EDEN Influenza Resources

Texas EDEN Winter Storm Resources

Texas EDEN Drought Resources

Disaster Preparedness Resources

Disaster Recovery Resources

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Preparedness & Recovery App
Install this app to your mobile
device before a disaster happens.
Preparedness & Recovery eBooks
Download these eBooks to your mobile
device, tablet or eReader before a disaster happens.
Preparing for the Unexpected (pdf)
Disaster preparedness guide for families and individuals. ( En Español )
Disaster Recovery Guide - Disaster Recovery eBook After a Disaster (eBook & PDF)
Simple information to help individuals and families recover from a disaster. Available in English & Spanish.

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