Indiana Homeowners and Farmers Prepared for the Worst, Thanks to Purdue Extension
Getting caught in a storm is one thing, but suffering home and property damage can be catastrophic. Recent storms in Indiana have caused major flooding concerns but, thanks to the Purdue Extension, Hoosiers can be better prepared to protect their homes and farms.
Purdue University’s Extension Disaster Education Network has offered a list of online resources to help Indiana homeowners and farmers deal with the aftermath of recent heavy rainfall, which resulted in flooding. The resources can be used to educate residents how to prevent future flood damage and take steps to recover if a home or farm is damaged by floodwater.
Looking for tips on how to prevent flooding in your home or on your farm? Take a look at Purdue’s resources.