Southerly spoke with Belhaven town manager Lynn Davis about the challenges of evacuations, transportation, and shelters for residents.
Jackson State University resident assistant Kayla Carter is responsible for disseminating information to fellow students during disaster events. She says out-of-state students, whose families are further away, tend to be more anxious during emergencies.
In their own words, the fellows describe their experience and final projects.
Four Robeson County, NC residents have created a Disaster Survival and Resiliency School to engage community residents impacted by climate disasters as leaders and equal partners in revisioning and redeveloping their communities and lives.
Farmers face many challenges trying to grow quality food in the midst of rapid climate change, storms, and economic instability. Jackson sheds light on how community gardens can create a network for rural and urban farmers to build local food systems in their communities.
We chatted with the founder of SWFL Doula and Naturalmente Mamá Podcast on hurricanes and caring for expecting and new parents in Southwest Florida.
Nearly 14,000 homes in eastern Kentucky reported some damage from flooding this summer. Led by Gerry Roll, the Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky is stepping up and thinking long-term.