HURRICANE IDALIA PREPARATION AND RECOVERY
As we brace for Hurricane Idalia to arrive in north Florida we anticipate potential impacts to our forests, natural resources, and agricultural operations. Below are some resources that may be helpful ... READ MORE
August 29, 11:15 AM --
The National Hurricane Center has released its latest advisory for Hurricane Idalia: https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/#Idalia. Idalia is expected to make landfall early Wednesday morning as a Category 3 hurricane along Florida's ... READ MORE
Living in the beautiful coastal community of Flagler County, Florida, comes with its fair share of perks, but it also means being prepared for the potential impact of hurricanes. As hurricane season approaches, it's crucial to not only secure ... READ MORE
Hurricane season in Florida can look very different from year to year; if we're lucky, we may have little to no tropical activity, but it is best to prepare for the worst. The season ranges from June 1st to November 30th, with most tropical ... READ MORE
Hurricane and Disaster Preparedness for Your Pet
It's crucial to have a comprehensive plan in place to ensure the safety and well-being of your furry friends during hurricanes and other emergency situations. By preparing early ... READ MORE
June 1st is the first day of the 2023 hurricane season in the Eastern part of the United States. This season will continue all the way to November 30, 2023. Last year brought us two hurricanes (Ian and Nicole), which crossed the ... READ MORE
The 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins June 1. Are you ready?
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting a "near normal" Atlantic Hurricane Season this year. We can expect 12-17 named storms between June 1 and ... READ MORE
Nov. 9, 2022 (7 PM) --
The National Hurricane Center has released its latest advisory for Hurricane Nicole: https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/#Nicole. Nicole is expected to bring storm surge, high winds, heavy rains and flooding to Florida beginning ... READ MORE
After a hurricane, flooding and scattered debris that hold water are breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
“An increase in mosquito numbers can most likely be expected in the weeks following a hurricane,” said Eva Buckner, an assistant ... READ MORE