Flood Cleanup and Salvage
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
|Adding height to levees in Minot, SD FEMA Photo
Given the flooding this spring and early summer affecting large areas in our nation, many artists are faced with the challenges of cleaning up and salvaging artworks, tools, and other items for themselves or for others affected by the floods. It doesn't take a breached levee to create some of these problems - an overflowing toilet or burst pipe can cause some of the same damage albeit on a smaller scale.
And as though the floods, tornadoes, and wildfires aren’t enough, hurricane season is here. In this month’s tip, we remind you that it’s never too late to plan for any kind of emergency from big to little. And you can do this by taking full advantage of CERF+’s Studio Protector: The Artist's Guide to Emergencies.
To paraphrase the early English poet Alexander Pope, “to err is human, but to prepare is divine.”
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Wednesday, September 12, 2012
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