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AAPCC (American Association of Poison Control Centers)
www.aapcc.org
1-800-222-1222

ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals)
www.aspca.org
1-888-426-4435

American Red Cross
www.redcross.org

USGS (U.S. Geological Society)
www.usgs.gov

NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
www.noaa.gov

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
www.fema.gov

Flood Insurance
the Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration (NFIP)
1-800-427-2419.

National Weather Service
www.weather.gov

Information on Homeland Security
www.ready.gov


Institute for Business and Home Safety
www.disastersafety.org

National School Safety Center
www.schoolsafety.us

National Fire Protection Association
www.nfpa.org 
 
Medic Alert
www.medicalert.org  
                                                                                                                                                                               
Help with Disabled People
www.disability911.com

Disaster Unemployment Assistance
www.doleta.gov

Small Business Administration
www.sba.gov

US Department of Housing and Urban Development
www.hud.gov

Farm Service Agency
www.fsa.usda.gov

Growing Your Own Food in case of a Disaster/Emergency:
Master Gardener Programs are volunteer programs affiliated with
a Cooperative Extension Service office and a land-grant university
that educates the public on gardening and horticultural issues.
Typically Master Gardeners answer questions via phone,
speak at public events and participate in community gardening displays.
Master Gardeners are active in 48 states in the United States and
four Canadian provinces.
It is estimated that there have been over 60,000 master gardeners.
The Master Gardener Program started in Seattle Washington in 1972,
 in response to repeated requests for gardening information
from community members.
Once volunteers are accepted into a master gardener program
they are trained by Cooperative Extension office, university,
and local industry staff in subjects such as: plant taxonomy,
plant pathology, entomology, taxonomy, cultural growing requirements,
wildlife control, and integrated pest management.
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