Category: Disaster Preparation

UF/IFAS Forestry Students Volunteer to Remove Tree Damage in Tallahassee After Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael

After Hurricane Michael left the panhandle Wednesday, University of Florida student Ryan Krammes began reaching out to friends to see how he could help their families in the aftermath. Krammes learned his roommate’s family in Tallahassee and another… Read More

Helping Children with Animals Cope with Hurricanes

Helping Children with Animals Cope with Hurricanes

By Dr. Chris DeCubellis, 4-H Dairy/Animal Science State Specialized Agent, UF/IFAS Extension Introduction Many excellent publications exist that discuss preparing for hurricanes. For those people who live on farms, information is available to prepare livestock animals and farm… Read More

One-Stop Resource for Disaster Prep Even More Relevant After Florence

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The ongoing impacts of Hurricane Florence are a reminder to make sure you are ready for potential hurricanes and other natural disasters. Floridians preparing for the next hurricane can visit the University of Florida’s new… Read More

Prepare for Hurricane Season with Plenty of Non-Perishable Foods

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — There’s nothing like trying to eat when the refrigerator and kitchen lights don’t work. That’s what some will face this hurricane season. University of Florida experts urge everyone to stock up on non-perishable food so… Read More

UF Experts: Prepare Your Farm Early for Hurricane Season

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – It’s the beginning of hurricane season, time for farmers in Florida to worry about potential damage from a storm. Every farm and ranch in Florida must have an emergency plan in case of a hurricane, said… Read More