Are Oregon and Washington Due for a “Big One” of Their Own?

Pop culture has long referenced and dramatically predicted the aftermath of “The Big One” hitting California along the San Andreas Fault Line. While you have more than likely heard of California’s “Big One” – have you heard of “The Really Big One”?

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Remembering the Nisqually Earthquake 20 Years Later

The 2001 Nisqually earthquake shook western Washington state on February 28. The 6.8 magnitude earthquake caused billions of dollars in damage. Remembering the Nisqually earthquake 20 years later is an important reminder to the Pacific Northwest that this region is a part of earthquake country.

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Important Ways You Can Protect Your Home from a Natural Disaster

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s to expect the unexpected. You can never be too prepared, because you never know what’s coming. Whether it’s the global pandemic, murder hornets (where’d they disappear to anyway?), economic collapse or natural disasters, there are safety measures you can take.

If you live in an area that’s prone to natural disasters like flooding, earthquakes, wildfires, hurricanes or tornadoes, these helpful tips will help you protect your home. 

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Earthquake Preparation Tips for Small Business Owners

The current pandemic has exposed vulnerabilities across almost every industry. It’s painfully clear that many of us are not ready for the unexpected. For a small business owner, under-preparation could cause more than just inconvenience – it could have disastrous consequences. Now is the perfect time to improve your businesses’ readiness.

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