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Safe Drinking Water Before, During, and After a Disaster

We don't think too much about access to safe drinking water in this country because we have many sources for the water. When a disaster strikes, those sources may be unavailable. Planning to include drinking water for emergencies or disasters will reduce your chances of running out of safe drinking water. Learn what you can do to have access to safe drinking water when a disaster strikes. This webinar will focus on water storage for emergencies, and sources of water when stored water has been depleted. In addition, you will learn who determines if rural water systems have safe drinking water, when to test wells, and other risks associated with wells.

Presenters are Gina Peek, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Dept. of Design, Housing and Merchandising; Housing Specialist, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension System, Mike Smolen, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, Oklahoma State University, and Hailin Zhang, Regents Prof., Director of Soil, Water and Forage Analytical Lab, Oklahoma State University.

Webinar hosted by the EDEN Community of Practice.

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Presenters

Michael Smolen, Barbara Brown, Gina Peek

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