Lt. Colonel Amy Bennett, retired, says that there is room for everyone in emergency management. You may think that storing bottles of water and granola bars isn’t very interesting but preparedness is a way of life. Are you interested in food? Emergencykitcookoff.org challenges you to find creative uses for three days of food that you’ve stored in case of emergency. The site offers recipes and features a chef’s tips for using supplies wisely. You do know you have to rotate your stock, right? The site also offers tips on emergency preparedness and invites you to share your recipes with other preparedness minded cooks.
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The Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management & Public Safety Programs at Frederick Community College provides academic and career credentials, professional services, and community engagement in emerging high-intensity disciplines. It serves as a resource to connect, secure, and prepare both virtual and physical environments. Guided by the ideals of equity and justice, it provides education, training, and services to meet the challenges of developing a safe, prepared, and resilient community, state, and nation. View all posts by MACEM&PS