At the July 22, 2019 City Council meeting, Matthew Drewno and Sydney Grange made a presentation to City Council on a Garden Friendly Community. They recognized the resources already present in our community, identified some important benefits from gardens, and provided a map of potential garden places in Fort Bragg. On September 9, 2019 the City Council adopted a resolution supporting Fort Bragg, California as a Garden Friendly City, Encouraging the Community to Organize a Garden Friendly Community Committee and Declaring Fort Bragg as the First Garden Friendly Community in the World.
Launched in February 2003, Ready is a National public service campaign designed to educate and empower the American people to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters. The goal of the campaign is to promote preparedness through public involvement.
Ready and its Spanish language version Listo.gov ask individuals to do four key things:
- Stay informed about the different types of emergencies that could occur and their appropriate responses
- Make a family emergency plan and
- Build an emergency supply kit, and
- Get involved in your community by taking action to prepare for emergencies.
Lanzado en febrero de 2003, Ready es una campaña nacional de servicio público diseñada para educar y capacitar al pueblo estadounidense para prepararse, responder y mitigar emergencias, incluidos desastres naturales y provocados por el hombre. El objetivo de la campaña es promover la preparación a través de la participación pública.
Ready y su versión en español Listo les pide a las personas que hagan cuatro cosas clave:
- Mantenerse informados sobre los diferentes tipos de emergencias que podrían ocurrir y sus respuestas apropiadas
- Hacer un plan familiar de emergencia y
- Construir un kit de suministros de emergencia, y
- Participar en su comunidad tomando medidas para prepararse para emergencias.
Ready Business, an extension of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Ready campaign, helps owners and managers of small to medium-sized businesses prepare their employees, operations and assets in the event of an emergency. Launched September 2004, Ready Business is funded by Homeland Security’s Office of Infrastructure Protection. This Ready Business Mentoring Guide was made possible with support from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). For more information on individual and business preparedness visit www.ready.gov.
This brochure is intended to provide you with an easy to use “20-Weeks to Preparedness” checklist to prepare for the next disaster. Your ability to be prepared could be the difference between surviving an earthquake, fire, flood or tsunami. At the end of the 20 weeks, you will have a comprehensive supply kit that will last for 4-5 days (based on using one gallon of water per day and recommended rationed meals). Your total investment will depend on how prepared you want to be and how many people you will be caring for during a disaster. The recommendation is to have all of these supplies stored together where they can be easily accessible.