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At no time in US history has there been such a far reaching occurrence of significant natural disasters. These disasters wreak havoc on the financial well-being of those in their path. Family financial recovery is a long-term process and decisions made at the time of a natural disaster affect the financial well-being of survivors for a life time.  There are also actions people can take in advance of a natural disaster which will lessen the financial impact.  Learn about financial preparation and recovery from natural disasters at the webinar, “Family Financial Recovery from a Natural Disaster,” archived at  The June 5, 2011 national webinar was sponsored by the eXtension Financial Security for All: Community of Practice.


Extension professionals from the University of Minnesota Extension and North Dakota State University Extension Service showcased two new resources: the eXtension Money Management in Times of Disaster web resources and Recovery After Disaster:  The Family Financial Toolkit. Download the Toolkit from : Recovery After Disaster: The Family Financial Toolkit,


June 17, 2011

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