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Being prepared for disasters may seem daunting or intimidating, but it’s actually simple and easy! This Prepare in a Year book will help walk you through 12 important steps for disaster preparedness. It’s as simple as completing one activity a month. By the end of 12 months, you’ll be much better prepared! Remember that everything you do to be prepared will help you in small emergencies, like a flat tire on your car, as well as large disasters, like an earthquake or wildfire. Think of disaster preparedness not as a checkbox, something to do once and never again, but rather a continual process of learning, restocking supplies, and encouraging others to be prepared. This book is your first step—congratulations! You are now on your personal preparedness journey.
We also know that developing a preparedness kit can be overwhelming and sometimes cost prohibited for you and your family. Take a look at Good, Better, Best. This easy guide will get you on the road to having a disaster kit, without breaking the bank. Start slow. This is not a race but a marathon.
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Alaska Statewide Preparedness Calendar
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