It is America Saves Week! Use #ASW2016 to see what is happening around the country.
How does that relate to being prepared ahead of disaster? The infographic below highlights information from the related blog post at EDEN Notes.
Understanding the risks we face and deciding how much insurance coverage to buy is challenging. Where we live — in an urban, suburban, or rural area — can make a difference.
Recently the Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) hosted a webinar on risks faced specifically by rural residents. It used criteria from rural insurance firms and government guidelines to ask some simple questions about damage, liability, and loss insurance that rural residents should consider each year. Scott Cotton, EDEN Chair-elect and University of Wyoming Area Educator in Agriculture and Natural Resources was the presenter.
Watch the recording to learn how to decide what’s covered, what needs to be covered and what happens if not covered. The webinar is short — just 35 minutes — and full of thought-provoking information.
Learn more and find the link at https://learn.extension.org/events/1917#.VOPG6ks8opF
Learn more about EDEN at http://eden.lsu.edu