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How to Help Valley Fire Victims in California: Events, Fund-Raisers and Donations
Numerous events are being held to raise funds and provide assistance to those affected by the Valley Fire, which ripped through 76,067 acres in the towns of Cobb, Harbin and Middle...
FEMA Disaster Declaration for Rain-Soaked Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians
The downpours that lashed drought-stricken Southern California late last year wreaked havoc on the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians , and on January 27 President Barack Obama declare...
Quinault Flooding: Before Clear-Cutting, Watershed Prevented Overflow
In its natural state, before the logging and development and riprap, the Quinault River watershed worked like a finely tuned machine...
Prepared for the Worst: Alaska Native One of 23 to Attend CDP Training
When Alaska Native Edna Savetilik left her home in Shaktoolik, Alaska, November 9, to attend training at the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) in Anniston, Alabama, she admitt...
FEMA Reaches Out to Tribes With New Pocket Guide to Services
Having released a new tribal engagement policy, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has now come out with a booklet that consolidates resources for American Indians...
After Slow Start, Tribal-Federal Consultation Progresses at FEMA
Just a few months into his first term, President Barack Obama requested that all federal agencies develop “meaningful consultation and collaboration with tribal officials.” On Nove...
FEMA Ups Tribal Engagement With New Consultation Policy
Building on last year’s Stafford Act amendment making tribes eligible to apply directly for federal disaster aid, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has upped its engag...
Richard Flores Joins National Tribal Emergency Management Council
Steve Golubic, Executive Director for the National Tribal Emergency Management Council (NTEMC) announced June 2 in Washington D.C., that Richard Flores, the recently retired Specia...
President Declares Major Disaster in Oso, Washington as Landslide Deaths Reach 29
President Barack Obama declared a major disaster for the region of Washington State decimated by the March 22 landslide, which at last count had killed 29 people, with 19 still mis...
Cutting Red Tape: Navajo Nation FEMA Aid Gets Sped Up and Streamlined
With disaster assistance now available to tribes through the 2013 Stafford Act, the Navajo Nation has set out to streamline the process of applying for its residents...
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