Collection: Emergency Preparedness Resources for Native Americans

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Ready.gov offers brochures and posters to help Alaskan Natives and Native American individuals, families, and communities prepare for disasters. They are customized by region to reflect the diverse local conditions and cultures found in Alaska and Indian Country.
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diciembre 16, 2013
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  • Las Vegas, Nev., September 20, 2011 -- Region IX Regional admministrator Nancy Ward with R9 Tribal Liaison Tessa Badua-Larsen, FEMA's first fully dedicated regional tribal representative.  Photo by Heather Duschell/FEMA

    Ready Indian Country

    Photo by Heather Duschell
    Las Vegas, Nev., September 20, 2011 -- Region IX Regional admministrator Nancy Ward with R9 Tribal Liaison Tessa Badua-Larsen, FEMA's first fully dedicated regional tribal representative. Photo by Heather Duschell/FEMA
  • Las Vegas, Nev., September 20, 2011 -- Region Administrator Nancy Ward and tribal leaders from Nevada, California and Arizona at unveiling of Ready Indian Country mobile booth at Region IX Tribal Preparedness Conference in Las Vegas.  Photo by Heather Duschell/FEMA

    Ready Indian Country

    Photo by Heather Duschell
    Las Vegas, Nev., September 20, 2011 -- Region Administrator Nancy Ward and tribal leaders from Nevada, California and Arizona at unveiling of Ready Indian Country mobile booth at Region IX Tribal Preparedness Conference in Las Vegas. Photo by Heather Duschell/FEMA
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