Emergency Resources

Disasters happen. At the Climate Hubs, we are here to support the long-term recovery of your lands and provide information and support on actions that can be taken to adapt to a changing climate. For resources and services that support emergency situations, please visit the USDA Disaster Resource Center which provides information on a variety of specific event types and resources on preparation, recovery, and USDA assistance during disaster events.

Farming can be a challenging occupation here in the Midwest. Producers, ranchers and their families face many difficulties that can lead to stress: financial problems, marketing uncertainties, production challenges, mental health issues, social pressures and natural disasters (…

2019 has proven to be an extreme year weather-wise here in the Midwest--from extreme cold in January, the Bomb Cyclone in March, and tornadoes in April to extensive rain and subsequent flooding in May and June. The Midwest states are no strangers to disaster. As we look back on…

The Southeast Climate Hub partnered with the University of Florida to host a free Building Agricultural Resilience to Hurricanes Workshop on November 15, 2018 in Gainesville, Florida. The workshop brought together over 60 USDA, Extension, and research professionals to discuss…

National Interagency Fire Center and InciWeb The National Interagency Fire Center and InciWeb posts fire information for large scale fires in the US. As of 9 July 2018 throughout the US there have been over 3.2 million wildland acres burned in large fires which is over a half a…