The month of May and after is going to be a time of recovery for Northwest Florida. On April 30th, 2014 many residents awoke, if they slept at all, to drenched neighborhoods and all of the damage and destruction that followed. This storm took most by surprise. Though recovery may be slow and tough at times we are continually compiling information to help residents deal with flooding issues related to their homes and landscapes.
The following are articles compiled from various sites, agencies, and resources to help our local communities in recovering from this event. If you have any questions or need any further information please contact your local University of Florida IFAS Extension office.
Follow the links for the following articles:
Flood Response: Post Flood Safety http://wp.me/p31hIl-R
Flood Response: Helpful Resources for After the Flood http://wp.me/p31hIl-w
Flood Response: Landscape Concerns http://wp.me/p31hIl-G
Flood Response: Wildlife Response, Safety, and Rescue http://wp.me/p31hIl-A
This information was compiled by Brooke Saari, University of Florida IFAS Extension & Florida Sea Grant Extension Agent, Okaloosa/Walton Counties. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Call 850-892-8172.