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Author: Savannah Brehmer, Ashlie Chandler
Five days ago, Alaska reached the one-hundred-day mark since the Yukon River broke in mid-May and swallowed its first riverside community.Disaster recovery has demanded that responders adapt to Alaska’s unique environment. Many of the villages affected by this spring’s flooding are so remote, recovery cannot be delivered via road-based means. Hard-hit communities continue to come together to discuss plans for the future and strategies for building back stronger and more resilient.Below are 10 milestones reached in the 100 days of Alaska’s response and recovery:$3.3 million in Disaster...
Posted On: August 30, 2013