A major earthquake off the Pacific Northwest coast could happen at any time. OSU Extension is playing a critical role in helping Oregon's people and communities prepare for this predicted natural disaster.
Oregon State University’s Forestry & Natural Resources Extension along with state and local agencies and community partners, want to help Oregonians prepare for the reality of wildfire and have created a resources packet that will help get you Fire Aware. Fire Prepared.
In this webinar, experts discuss what happens after the fire and address some of these uncertainties; including the factors authorities are using to determine when it is safe to return, what to know and expect upon returning, ...
Carrie Berger |
Jun 2021 |
Photo: Alicia Christiansen (Cropped from original)
In this webinar, you will hear about how fire operations and levels of response are assembled, what you can expect if you are in a potentially affected area, as well as some ideas for how you can make firefighters’ jobs easier and safer if they need to protect your home.
This checklist is a companion piece for Oregon State University Extension Service’s free online training, Preparing for the Cascadia Subduction Zone Event. The training program is open to everyone. It includes videos, narrated ...
Using the case study of Tillamook County, this study draws upon qualitative interview data to identify and explain social factors that have influenced the outcome of a collaborative, socially engaged flood management project.
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Extension is connected nationally to support you
The Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) works to reduce the impact of disasters through research-based education and improve delivery of services to citizens affected by disasters and pandemics. This searchable resource directory provides a wealth of information from a collaborative multi-state effort by Extension Services across the country.
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