Sharing this question after several members of the Gulf Coast discussion list offered resources r...
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Miriam from the Gulf Coast discussion list (not sure of her username here?) shared:
I participated as part of the Disaster Response Team last summer after the Baton Rouge area floods -- it's a worthwhile thing to volunteer to do (recording High Water Marks). I can connect folks with Shandy from LFMA if you're interested!