For those who have been impacted by the recent flood, please navigate through the links listed below.
- Nebraska Extension has compiled various resources to those affected by the recent historical weather event. Flood.unl.edu is a key resource full of science-based information for Families & Individuals, Homeowners, Businesses & Communities, and Agriculture.
- Purdue Extension also has a great categorized resourse available with updated information about flood recovery.
- Collaboratively, the University of Nebraska has put together a resource in support of the recent natural disaster our state has faced. To acces the resource, please follow the link here.
A free webinar will be offered April 23 via the web for farm and ranch families. The webinar will take place at noon (CST) and can be accessed at go.unl.edu/farmstresswebinar. Wellness in Tough Times will be presented by Nebraska Extension Educators Glennis McClure and Brandy VanDeWalle starting at 12:00 p.m. (CST). This free webinar is available for farm and ranch families to participate and will provide strategies for dealing with the stress of farming or ranching in today’s difficult economic environment.
MOISTURE METERS AVAILABLE AT COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICES
As part of ongoing efforts to support those affected by recent flooding, Nebraska Extension county offices across the state have moisture meters available for homeowners to borrow to monitor the moisture content of flooded materials. Homeowners wanting to borrow a meter are encouraged to contact their county office. Instructions for using the meter will be provided upon checkout.
- *Specifically for Wayne County*
Wayne County went live with a tool that allows the public see the affects of the flooding on the roads in Wayne County. If you are wanting to know road conditions or the progress on damaged roads due to the flood, please click here to be redirected to the map and instructions on how to navigate through the tool.