Environment

Recovering From Severe Weather

Texas A&M AgriLife offers information to help cope with losses and move forward once freezing temperatures subside.

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Temperatures across the state should start rising soon, but damage from the recent winter storm will linger in the form of broken pipes, flooded homes and fields, lost production and animal life, and continuing emotional and financial issues.

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is working in conjunction with many other state agencies to help Texans — from agriculture producers to homeowners to landowners — cope with the disaster.

While only time and warmth will heal some of the issues, AgriLife Extension has identified a number of publications to address some of the emotional and financial issues from a disaster such as the past week of weather.

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