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Survival Guides

  • Pest Control and Safety

    08 Nov 2005

    Bugs and rats are unpleasant topics, but they’re an unfortunate reality when hurricanes and flooding occur. Insect and rodent populations increase rapidly after disasters.
    Posted in disaster survival,flood survival

  • Flood Safety Tips

    07 Oct 2005

    Drinking polluted water is only one of the ways you may become ill if your town floods during a hurricane, landslide, mudslide, or other natural disaster. Airborne contaminants, contaminated food, and germs are all threats. These flood survival tips are your best defense.
    Posted in new orleans,flood survival,survival water,disaster survival,urban survival

  • Floods and Disease

    30 Sep 2005

    Flood waters are highly contaminated with E. coli and other health hazards. This is the case in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina, as high levels of lead, arsenic, fecal matter and bacteria—including E. coli— have been found in flood waters and sediment. Can these diseases threaten your survival?
    Posted in survival water,disaster survival,flood survival,katrina

  • Animal Disaster Relief

    26 Sep 2005

    Farmers in areas battered by Hurricanes Katrina, Ophelia and Rita face unprecedented challenges. In Alabama, Mississippi, and Lousiana, approximately 825,000 head of cattle and calves lived in counties that sustained hurricane-force winds, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The survival rate of beef cattle in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana is devastating. Of 15,000 cattle, 10,000 are presumed dead—a loss estimated at $8 million.
    Posted in katrina,hurricane survival,flood survival,pet survival,farm survival

  • Emergency Pet Preparedness

    15 Sep 2005

    As Hurricane Ophelia pounds North Carolina and cleanup from Hurricane Katrina continues, stranded pets have been making headlines over the last week. While human lives take priority in any rescue effort, many residents refused to heed mandatory evacuation orders because they didn’t want to leave their beloved pets behind. Follow these disaster preparedness guidelines to ensure your pet’s survival during a hurricane, flood, earthquake, or other natural disaster.
    Posted in hurricane survival,earthquake survival,flood survival,pet survival,katrina

  • Power Outages and Food Safety

    28 Jul 2005

    As the Southeast braces for more hurricanes and West Coast residents cope with summertime power outages from insufficient energy supplies, it’s critical to take steps to ensure your home food supply is safe. How should you handle the food in your refrigerator if you lose electricity in a hurricane, flood, blackout?
    Posted in disaster survival,urban survival,survival food,survival water,flood survival,blackout survival