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flooded Fancy Creek north of Manhattan Kansas

Flood and natural disaster resources

Kansas State University and others like it across the country were created to conduct research and make the resulting information freely available to the people of their states through what’s known as extension. Each state’s land-grant university also maintains a border-to-border extension network of researchers, specialists and extension agents  who are happy to share resources.

With this spring’s precipitation, flooding and the constant possibility of severe weather, we hope you find these resources helpful.


K-State resources

Here’s a list of resources from K-State Research and Extension regarding natural disaster preparedness and response, including specific tips for dealing with flooding:

Other extension resources

Unfortunately, plenty of other states in the Midwest have experience dealing with flood emergencies, too. Here’s a list of pertinent resources from the region’s extension experts:

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