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Spring Rainfall, Snow Melt Can Cause Flooding in Montana

Published on February 21, 2011 By The Success Fisherman

DENVER – As spring approaches, North Dakota communities are once again preparing for the possibility of flooding. FEMA Recovery and Mitigation experts have several recommendations to help people get ready for flood waters. . Go to Source (FEMA)

Purchasing — and MAINTAINING — Flood Insurance is a Great Investment for Montanans

Published on February 21, 2011 By The Success Fisherman

DENVER – With several major snowstorms now in the books, Montanans have faced a challenging winter, but think hopefully about the time when the snow melts and we have the renewal of spring. Unfortunately, that spring renewal often comes hand-in-hand with flooding. . Go to Source (FEMA)

Dietary Fork In The Road

Published on February 21, 2011 By The Success Fisherman

Dietary Fork In The Road “We’ve seen the food riots in other countries, and were thankful it wasn’t happening here. Will you be prepared if it does?” e all take our food supply for granted. Especially here in America. We’ve always had it and think we always will. But that may change. Let me explain. […]

Red Cross urges earthquake preparedness

Published on February 20, 2011 By The Success Fisherman

The American Red Cross-St. Louis Chapter is urging residents to update evacuation and emergency preparedness kits as part of earthquake awareness month. . Go to Source (STLToday.com)

FEMA, National Commission on Children and Disasters Announce New Partnership to Promote Fire Safety Awareness for Families

Published on February 14, 2011 By The Success Fisherman

WASHINGTON, D.C. — With home fires on the rise in winter months, and a new study showing that young children are at an especially high risk of getting seriously injured or dying in residential fires, today the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the National Commission on Children and Disasters are announcing a new public […]

Get Ready For Produce To Double Or Triple In Price

Published on February 14, 2011 By The Success Fisherman

Farmers have been experiencing unprecedented crop losses recently, after the worst freeze in 60 years, which will almost certainly lead to skyrocketing prices. For more information see the following KGW News article. http://www.kgw.com/news/local/Produce-prices-skyrocket-overnight-115985429.html

14 Reasons Why You Should Be Worried and What You Can Do About It

Published on February 14, 2011 By The Success Fisherman

Photo: Wikipedia U.S. citizens in line at a food bank You may not realize it yet, but the U.S. is in trouble. By the time you finish reading this article, you will understand why. Consider these facts: The Federal Reserve was created in 1913 to bring monetary stability to the U.S. However, since its creation, […]

Even Trump Sees a U.S. Economic Collapse and $25/Loaf of Bread

Published on February 11, 2011 By The Success Fisherman

Photo: Wikipedia Trump sees a loaf of bread costing $25.00 Donald Trump was interviewed on Newsmax.tv recently and he made some very piercing observations about what is going on in the U.S. Now, not everyone likes Trump, but you have to admit he’s a great businessnessman. As you read the 11 points he made in […]

Survival Gardening – Share Your Ideas, Experiences, Recipes and Stories

Published on February 3, 2011 By The Success Fisherman

Survival Gardening May Soon Be a True Matter of Survival and Not Just a Choice. This Is The Place to Write Your Own Page and Share What You Know About Survival Preparedness Gardening. . Go to Source (All-Things-Emergency-Prepared.com)

As Winter Storm Approaches, FEMA Continues To Support State And Local Officials

Published on February 1, 2011 By The Success Fisherman

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — As a powerful winter storm complete with significant accumulation of ice and snow, high winds, and bitterly cold temperatures approaches the central U.S., staff at the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Region VII office continue to take steps to coordinate with state and local officials in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska, […]