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Bulletin #2: When a Storm Strikes

Storm Recovery Web Pages

Much more information about preventing or recovering from storm damage has been developed by the Arbor Day Foundation. Visit our storm recovery pages, which offer help in both video and downloadable print formats. This site has been created to assist homeowners and to provide educational information for media to use in newspapers and broadcasts after a storm strikes their community.

Another important Arbor Day Foundation website is Community Tree Recovery. Here you will find how the Foundation and its partners take an active role in storm or wildfire recovery by providing gratis tree seedlings for replanting private lawns as well as streets and parks.

Spanish Version Available

A condensed version of this bulletin is available in Spanish. In addition to individual use by home or business owners, this makes an excellent handout for the training or continuing education of non-English speaking field workers in arboriculture or landscaping.

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Last Updated: 03/25/19

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