Wednesday, October 01, 2014

National Drought Mitigation Center

Drought Planning Resources, by State

The map below categorizes state drought planning according to whether states have a plan, and if so, whether the plan emphasizes mitigation or response. It also shows states that are developing a long-term drought plan. See below to view a printable version of this map (updated 2013).

States play a key role in planning for drought in the United States, so we have organized information by state. Select a state from the map below to find all associated drought resources in our database for that state.

Each state page includes links to drought plans, websites, and drought planning agencies; contact information for key individuals; drought monitoring and impacts sites for the state; current drought status according to the U.S. Drought Monitor; number of people currently affected by drought; and links to recent drought news stories. State pages also include links to municipal and tribal drought plans within each state.

The Status of State Drought Plans

Status of State Drought Plans

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