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Natural Disaster Recovery in Arkansas

With Arkansas' natural beauty come the severe events that helped shape the state: floods, high winds, drought, and earthquakes. Learning to prepare for the potential damage can help us become resilient and help us recover more quickly. The Cooperative Extension Service as part of the University of Arkansas System's Division of Agriculture has many resources to develop ways to cope with disaster and its aftermath.

Many disasters affect your personal property, including valuable papers.

Check out our fact sheet on Replacing Valuable Papers to learn more.

2006 drought in Arkansas | courtesy of NIDIS

Drought Resource Center

What began as a dry spell in mid-2011 expanded into a full-blown drought that covered all of Arkansas by June 2012.

Learn more about drought




Additional Resources