All emergencies begin and end locally. While help may be on the way, ensure you have taken precautions to safeguard you, your family and your agricultural enterprise. Make an emergency plan, prepare a response kit; consider actions that will aid you in all phases of the emergency management cycle: Preparedness > Response > Recovery > Mitigation.
Please note: This page is undergoing a redesign and updated information should be available Summer 2023.
PREVENT PROTECT MITIGATE RESPOND RECOVER
Ag Disaster Relief and Recovery Webinar
Agricultural associations and partners talk with experts about the elements of emergency programs and disaster relief at the state and national levels. This webinar aims to increase awareness and equip producers and associations with the information about state and federal funding programs that could be available when disasters strike our agricultural communities.
Contact CDA's Ag Emergency Program
Agriculture Emergency Coordinator
Animal Incident Management Specialist
Emergency Management Partners:
Brand Inspectors Contact Us - Brands
CSU Extension Field Offices - Extension
CDPS DHSEM Field Services | Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) USDA APHIS | Animal Health Emergency Management
CISA (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) Food and Agriculture Sector
Colorado Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster COVOAD Members | VOAD Affiliates
National Weather Service Weather Story