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As Amy Miller, Tennessee’s National Flood Insurance Program coordinator, was surveying the damage this week from the severe storms and flooding that occurred in Middle Tennessee on Aug. 21, she spotted a yellowing, slightly dog-eared report card in the dry mud on a street in Waverly. To her surprise, she found it dated all the way back to 1922. The card appeared to belong to an eighth grader whose improving marks for the year were still visible.

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Santa Clara Pueblo

Learning Objective: Examine how a tri

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Coalition Building Through Natural Boundaries

Learning Objective: Examine the cross-agency partne

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Glaena, Alaska - Flood Recovery

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Hurricane Irma Recovery in Florida

Learning Objective: Review and analyze the community-focused c

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