To honor the great work and accomplishments of Weather-Ready Nation Ambassadors, NOAA/NWS will formally recognize those Ambassadors who have made significant contributions to building a Weather-Ready Nation during National Preparedness Month (September). NOAA/NWS would like to congratulate the following Ambassadors for their great work this past year! By serving as a change agent and leader in their community, they have inspired others to be better informed and prepared, helping to minimize or even avoid the impacts of extreme weather, water and climate events.

NOAA’s Weather-Ready Nation focuses on building community resilience in the face of increasing vulnerability to extreme weather, water and climate events, and the National Weather Service has many great partners to aid in accomplishing this goal. This collaborative work includes working with NOAA’s/NWS’s partners and public, but requires the participation and commitment of a vast nationwide network of Ambassadors. Everyday, Weather-Ready Nation Ambassadors serve a pivotal role in affecting societal change - helping to build a Weather-Ready Nation!
For more information on the Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador program or how to become an ambassador, visit:  http://www.nws.noaa.gov/com/weatherreadynation/ambassadors.html


 Bossier Parish (LA) Library
 Brooks Elementary School (KY)
 Center for Sustainable Communities (Atlanta)
 Champaign County Emergency Management
 City of Austin Watershed Protection
 DuPage County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
 Fire Rescue TV
 Florida International University - International Hurricane Research Center
 Gallaudet University
 Johnson County (KS) Emergency Management
 Kentucky Mountains Amateur Radio Club
 KVCK Radio
 Milwaukee Area Skywarn Association
 Occupational Health & Safety (OSHA)
 Polk County (IA)Health Department
 Raytheon
 Sacramento Office of Emergency Services
 USDA Farm Service Agency
 Valencia Lakes

 
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