In 2017 there were over 350 billion dollars in natural disasters, many affecting the public garden community; from the Wildfires in California, to the Hurricanes in Texas, Florida & Puerto Rico, to the severe weather in the Midwest, all areas of the country have been affected which is why a focus for emergency preparedness at all levels of your institution has never been more important.
BHS Thriving in Disaster
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