Flooded downtown street in Beattyville, KY.

Kentucky 4-H Flood Response

Updated: 3/4/2021


University of Kentucky Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN)

This page contains extension resources on flooding, disaster recovery, and a variety of other information focused on youth, agriculture, and families/homes.  Information is adult focused with some content geared toward supporting youth.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Flood: Response

This page contains information, links, and guidelines to supporting 4-H members in times of crisis as well as how to work with volunteers and others to rebuild.  Information is youth focused.

North Carolina State Extension:  Flooding

This page contains fact sheets and other information to help with flooding and flood recovery.  Information is adult focused.

Ready.gov Be A Ready Kid

This page contains information about preparing for disasters with a focus on youth action.

Ready.gov Disaster Facts for Kids

This page contains information and facts about flooding for kids.

Flood Facts for Kids

This page contains information and facts about flooding for kids.

News Articles/Pictures




Donation Information

DONATION: 4-Her's Helping 4-H'ers Relief Fund

APPLICATION: 4-Her's Helping 4-H'ers Relief Fund

Born out of the 2021 historic floods in Eastern Kentucky, the Kentucky 4-H’ers helping 4-H’ers is a relief fund setup by the Foundation to support 4-H members through major disasters such as a flood, tornado, loss of home due to fire, or serious illness. Donations made to the fund will be disbursed as $50 – $500 grants to meet the needs of 4-H’ers and their families. The disbursement of these fund will be determined by Dr. Mark Mains, Assistant Director of Kentucky 4-H Youth Development.