WEAT is committed to meaningful and tangible support by equipping crews volunteering in the relief effort. To this end, we are working to arrange crew staging areas where we will provide industry folks with necessary gear to do what they are trained to do; protect public health and the environment in both the anticipated and unforeseen scenarios. You can assist and directly and positively impact WEAT members in the southeast and those helping our neighbors by making a monetary donation at the link below. All donations go directly to the relief effort in the form of gear purchased including but not limited to headlamps, hardhats, bug spray, walkit-talkies, tents, tarps, etc.
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The integrity of our natural and historic landscape is important to us all, and steps taken to strengthen or rebuild communities can have long-term environmental and cultural impacts. To ensure proper stewardship of historic properties and the environment, there are more than 30 Federal regulations, directives, and legal mandates-in addition to a number of State laws and codes-in place to protect these resources. FEMA’s EHP experts provide specialized guidance and practical long-term planning assistance to communities across the county to ensure that proposed projects align with environmental planning and preservation requirements.