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3-step Process for Cleaning After a Flood
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A Flood of Emotions
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File PDF document A Flood of Emotions-PDF
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After a Power Failure: When to Save and When to Throw Food Out
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After the Flood: Trees, Shrubs, and Lawns
What to look for with trees, shrubs, gardens, and lawns after floodwaters have receded. NDSU Extension Forester Joe Zeleznik and NDSU Extension Horticulture Specialist Tom Kalb inspect a park that had been flooded in Minot, ND and give advice on what to do next.
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Animal Carcass Disposal Options
Producers have several options for disposing of carcasses, including rendering, incineration, burial and composting. The choice of disposal options depends on location, availability of raw materials or equipment and services, affordability and limitations to properly protecting the environment.
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Assessing and Repairing Leaky Roofs
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Avoid Home Repair and Charitable Fraud
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