Emergency food bars and meals provide temporary calorie intake, but when limited access to food will be prolonged, the proper steps must be taken for nourishment to be possible in the long run. Our Preparedness Seeds will help you meet your health needs as you can grow you own food to have available nutrients at all times, and are safely packaged in buckets so that they be stored with your other disaster supplies until they're needed! These will allow you to grow fruits, herbs, and more!
You can participate in Wildfire Community Preparedness Day, Saturday, May 6, by organizing an event to clear dried leaves and other flammable debris from your neighborhood.
⇒ Preparing for Wildfires
⇒ How to know if a Wildfire is near you.
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Severe weather can strike at any time. Are you prepared?
April showers bring May flowers, but you should be prepared for possible severe spring weather, too. This can include tornadoes, lightning, and floods.
Prepare your family for spring weather hazards while at home or traveling with information... Continue reading
This is National Work Zone Awareness Week!
Learn about what to do to promote road worker safety... National Work Zone Awareness Week - FLAGGER AHEAD: Means changes ahead! - Go Orange Day is Wednesday
Tips for driving safely in work zones:
Obey warning signs – they are posted in advance of r... Continue reading
Today is April Pool's Day! Learn about Swimming & Pool Safety Today.
Healthy and Safe Swimming - How Safe is Your Swimming Pool? - Chlorine doesn’t kill all germs in pools and spas - There are millions of swimming pools in the United States
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