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Disasters happen. At the Climate Hubs, we are here to support the long-term recovery of your lands and provide information and support on actions that can be taken to adapt to a changing climate. For resources and services that support emergency situations, please visit the USDA Disaster Resource Center which provides information on a variety of specific event types and resources on preparation, recovery, and USDA assistance during disaster events.