Animals, Emergencies & Disasters: Register Now
Updated: Feb 7
ANIMALS, EMERGENCIES & DISASTERS:
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW NOW!
Free Online Workshop
February 7, 2022 6-7:30 pm
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Hosted by Bodega Bay CERT
Join Bodega Bay CERT and HALTER Project Founder-Director Julie Atwood for this important and timely presentation. Pets, equines, backyard farm animals, commercial livestock, and wildlife will all be discussed.
· What to do in an Animal Emergency or Disaster
· How to request help
· Evacuation and Shelter-in-Place prep
· Go-Bags, Stay Crates, Emergency Supplies
· Large Animal Technical Rescue
· How to become an Animal Disaster Volunteer or join a CERT
· Resource links
There will be breaks between topic segments, and at the end for live Q&A. We hope participants will come with questions ready! There will be time for Q&A.
Click here to REGISTER in advance for this meeting.
Or register at BodegaBayCERT.org
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email
containing Zoom link to join the meeting on February 7, 6:00 – 7:30 pm.
Questions? Email: Rescue@halterfund.org
About the Speaker
HALTER PROJECT was founded in 2013 to help owners of pets, equines backyard and commercial livestock be better prepared for local emergencies and large-scale disasters. The program provides free resources, sponsored trainings, equipment and grants to rural fire agencies and organizations, and is a FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness and Award recipient.
Founder/Director Julie Atwood is a longtime Sonoma County resident, horsewoman/cat person, and a volunteer with multiple regional and state Disaster Response teams. She is a frequent presenter at regional, national, and international conferences.
Hosted by Bodega Bay CERT as part of its Community Preparedness Program.
Special thanks to FireSAFE Sonoma