Tag: delta emergency planning

Michael Cockrell

Animal Rescue Tales

This is the time of year we think of donating money or supplies to organizations and agencies with a donation method. Consider these animal rescue

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Michael Cockrell

Volunteering with Animal Rescue in 2020

Neighbors helping neighbors in times of disaster.  That’s how many of the grass-roots animal rescue organization originated.  They’re generally comprised of volunteers and during a

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Michael Cockrell

Animal Rescuers

There are many national, state, local and volunteer organizations that work together to rescue and shelter pets and livestock during disasters.  Learn about those who

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Michael Cockrell

The Delta in Times of Covid-19

How has life on the Delta changed in times of COVID-19? The five counties encompassing the Delta have health officer orders that are all different.

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Michael Cockrell

Mosquito Abatement in the Delta

Though the nation is facing a disastrous COVID-19 pandemic, other viruses continue to threaten Californians. April 19-25 is California Mosquito and Vector Control Awareness Week,

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Cyndy Green

High Winds of October

It’s an inconvenience…you have to go out and reset the clock. So every time you know…you have to reset everything. It’s a pain to wait

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Cyndy Green

Know Before You Have to Go

Understanding Emergency Evacuations In depth look at how emergency evacuations are proclaimed and carried out with focus on terminology and how different counties handle emergencies.

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Tule Fog in the Delta

The fog comes on little cat feet.  It sits looking over the harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on. –Carl Sandburg It’s

2019 Lynn Hahn Lighted Boat Parade

The Lynn Hahn Lighted Boat Parade begins at Windmill Cove at 5pm and at about 6pm will be entering the Stockton Downtown Marina and Weber

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