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Emergency Preparedness Tips #9
Pam Wilson | September 3, 2021

In this post, Pam Wilson discusses steps to prepare the zones from 5 feet to 100+ feet out from your home for wildfire.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips #8
Pam Wilson | August 26, 2021

In Pam’s 8th post, we learn about defensible space and how to protect the immediate zone, nearest the home, from wildfire.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips #7
Pam Wilson | August 19, 2021

In this post, Pam writes about overall emergency preparedness, the Oregon Resilience Plan, and other practical reminders.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips #6
Pam Wilson | August 13, 2021

In this 6th post in the emergency preparedness series, Pam discuss smoke and first aid kits.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips #5
Pam Wilson | August 5, 2021

In the fifth emergency preparedness post, Pam focuses on extreme heat, fire, red flag warnings, and emergency alerts.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips #4
Pam Wilson | July 30, 2021

Pam shares some of the things she has learned about go-bag preparation in this companion post to Emergency Preparedness Tips #3.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips #3
Pam Wilson | July 29, 2021

Do you have a “go-bag”? What is a go-bag? How do you start a go-bag? Where should you keep a go-bag? Pam Wilson shares tips to answer these questions.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips #2
Pam Wilson | July 9, 2021

This is the second installment in Pam Wilson’s blog post series to help Benton County residents prepare for emergencies. It outlines six steps you can take this week – that’s about one item per day.

The CERT logo for Benton County with green letters and the iconic Benton County Courthouse
Emergency Preparedness Tips #1
Pam Wilson | July 1, 2021

Whether it’s an ice storm, a wildfire, or another natural disaster, volunteers from Benton County Community Emergency Response Team (BC CERT) have been trained to help their neighbors respond. CERT volunteer Pam Wilson provides tips to get ready for the next event/disaster and to prepare for possible evacuation due to fire.

Low Salmon Returns, The Blob, and Raising Awareness
Heath Keirstead | February 6, 2020

In the north Pacific, the Blob returned in 2019.

Healthy Soil Helps the Planet! Part 5
Erik Swartzendruber | December 9, 2019

Welcome to the Willamette Valley Regenerative Landscape Coalition Soil Carbon Blog series! The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the author of this five-part blog series do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Benton Soil & Water Conservation District representatives. Part 5: Limits to soil carbon sequestration There is understandable hype about

Healthy Soil Helps the Planet! Part 4
Erik Swartzendruber | October 21, 2019

Welcome to the Willamette Valley Regenerative Landscape Coalition Soil Carbon Blog series! The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the author of this five-part blog series do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Benton Soil & Water Conservation District representatives. Part 4: Increasing organic matter levels more quickly In science class, many

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