South Central Extension District
Disaster Recovery Resources A-Z

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The best, and biggest, resource: The Disaster Handbook


A     B     C     D     E     F     G     H     I     J     K     L     M
N     O     P     Q     R     S     T     U     V     W     X     Y     Z

 

 

A
Animals and Emergencies

B
Boat & Marine Interests
        Hurricane and Severe Weather Checklist for Boaters
        Hurricane Manual for Marine Interests
        Hurricane Preparedness for Boat Owners
        Keep you and your boat safe during a Hurricane
Buildings
        "Hurricane" House - St Lucie County
        Protecting Farm Buildings from Storm Winds      
        UF "Hurricane House" Shows Little Damage
            After Direct Hit By Hurricane Frances

        Wind Resistant Homes

C
Citrus Trees
        Hurricane Preparedness for Citrus Groves
        Minimizing Hurricane Damage to Citrus Trees

D
Disaster Supplies Kit - FEMA

E
Emergency Food and Water Preparation
Equipment
    Hurricane Grilling and Generator Safety
        (Carbon Monoxide Injury & Death Prevention)


F
FEMA Disaster Preparation Publications
Food - Prepare Your Hurricane Food Kit Now!

G
Greenhouses - Starting New Crops
    in Flooded Greenhouses / Shadehouses


H

I

J

K

L
Landscapes
        Caring for Hurricane-Damaged Home Landscape Plants
        Landscape Can Shield a Home During Storms
        Caring for Flooded Lawns Debris

        Promoting Turf Recovery Following a Hurricane

M

N

O

P
Palms
    Preparing Coconut Palms for the Hurricane Season
    Salvaging Hurricanes-Damaged Palms in the Nursery

Wind and Trees: Surveys of Tree Damage in the Florida Panhandle
Paperwork
        It's Important to Protect your Family Papers During Hurricane Season

Plants
        Caring for Hurricane-Damaged Home Landscape Plants
       
Rx For Hurricane Damaged Home Landscape Plants
Preparation
        FEMA Disaster Preparation Publications
Pruning
       
Hurricane Damage Reduced in Trees Pruned for Strength
Q


R
        Key Facts About Hurricane Recovery

S
South Florida
        How to Minimize Wind Damage in the South Florida Garden

T
Trees  
        Hurricanes, Trees & Forests: A Selected Bibliography
        Damaged Shade, Ornamental, and Fruit Trees
        Evaluating and Treating Landscape Trees Following a Hurricane
        Hurricane Preparedness for Citrus Groves
        Plant Trees Carefully After a Hurricane
        Salvaging Partially Uprooted Trees
        Storm Damaged Trees: Prevention & Treatments
        Treating storm impacted trees
        Wind and Trees: Surveys of Tree Damage in the Florida Panhandle
Turf
         Promoting Turf Recovery Following a Hurricane

U

V

W
Wholesale Nurseries
        Hurricane Preparedness List for Nurseries
        Impact of Hurricane Andrew on Ornamental Nursery Profitability
        Post-Hurricane Considerations for the Commercial Nursery
        Salvaging Hurricane-Damaged Palms in the Nursery

Wind Damage
        How to Minimize Wind Damage in the South Florida Gardens

X

Y

Z

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