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Farmers who have suffered damage to their farms or loss of production from natural disasters should report farm and crop damage to your local USDA Farm Service Agency Office [external link].
WSDA is responsible for protecting the safety of our state's food supply.
Food safety and animal health staff are trained and ready to respond if a
natural disaster, accident or terrorist act contaminates crops, jeopardizes
animal health or threatens the safety of food in the marketplace.
Northwest Warning, Alert, Response Network (NW-WARN): The NW-WARN system is a secure web portal that allows DHS, the FBI, or sector specific "Gatekeepers" to provide emergency flash messages to enrolled members.
Food Defense: Information and links for dairy operations, food processors, fruit and vegetable packers, warehouses, food distributors, importers, and retail food service establishments.
Protecting Animal Health: Information and links for livestock producers, dairies and pet owners.
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