Texas Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Information
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The Texas Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) is a collaborative educational network dedicated to educating citizens about disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. Texas EDEN is a part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and is affiliated with National Extension Disaster Education Network.
The Texas EDEN website is intended to accommodate Texas AgriLife Extension agents and all Texas citizens by sharing educational resources to reduce the impact of natural and man-made disasters for individuals, families and communities. Take time to review the information on how you can be prepared in the event of a natural disaster including ways to keep livestock safe.
Click here for resources organized by Type of Disaster
Click here for a readable/printable version of the Disaster Readiness & Recovery document.
Resources for Preparedness:
Disaster Preparedness Information for Families & Individuals
Disaster Preparedness Information for Pets & Animals
Disaster Preparedness Information for Farm & Ranches
Hurricane Preparedness for Livestock
Disaster Preparedness Information for College Students
Disaster Preparedness Information for Child Care Centers
Disaster Preparedness Information for Special Needs Populations (deaf, blind, and/or limited sight population)
Disaster Preparedness Information for Older Adults & Caregivers
Disaster Preparedness Information for Businesses
Ellis County Resources: Click Here
Resources for recovery:
Food & Drinks after Power Lost
Food & Water Safety After a Disaster
Health Resources for Disaster Recovery – Health, Hygiene, Stress
Restoring Your Home & Belongings After A Disaster
Disaster Recovery Supply List for Returning Home
Disaster Recovery Resources for Livestock, Horses & More
Tree Removal & Recovery Resources After a Disaster
Financial Recovery & Risk Management during Disaster
COVID-19 Information Resources:
Coronavirus Information Resources
Texas Extension Disaster Education Network
Texas Department of State Health Services
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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