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Caring for animals
Caring for livestock after wildfire
El cuidado del ganado después de un incendio forestal
Wildfire smoke and animals
Preparing for disasters with pets
Find animals lost during wildfires
Learn more about the ODA Animal Tracker database
Animal sheltering dashboard
Click on the Fire Activity tab at the top, then choose the Animal Sheltering Status tab at the bottom.
Animal mortality management
Safe and legal disposal of animal carcasses
Eliminación segura y legal de cadáveres de animales
Licensed animal disposal haulers in Oregon
Landfills/Transfer Stations Accepting Animal Carcasses
Disaster aid due to wildfires
Individuals and business owners who sustained losses in the designated areas can begin
applying for FEMA assistance by registering online
or by calling 1-800-621-3362 or 1-800-462-7585 TTY. You are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
Federal funds are available to help eligible individuals recover from wildfire in Clackamas, Douglas, Jackson, Klamath, Lane, Lincoln, Linn and Marion Counties.
Livestock owners and contract growers who lost livestock due to wildfires are eligible for assistance under the
USDA’s Livestock Indemnity Program
The LIP program can cover losses but there are several requirements owners must meet to be eligible for payments. Contact your
local Farm Service Agency office
September 17, 2020:
USDA offers disaster assistance to Oregon farmers and livestock producers impacted by wildfires
and reopened the application period for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) until October 9, 2020.
September 26, 2020:
Disaster unemployment assistance available for Oregon wildfire survivors.
Benefits are available to workers in the eight Oregon counties that have been federally designated for disaster assistance: Clackamas, Douglas, Jackson, Klamath, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, and Marion. The deadline to file a claim is October 23, 2020.
October 2, 2020:
NRCS announces application deadlines for wildfire emergency funding
Oregon Wildfire Emergency Stabilization funding will support the immediate response to the recent catastrophic fires by addressing degraded plant conditions, wind and water erosion, and loss of sediment, nutrient, and pathogens. Application deadlines are October 30 and December 30, 2020.
Masks and gloves
September 16, 2020:
Governor Brown Announces Free Masks and Gloves for Small Businesses
—Connecting businesses and communities with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) manufacturers and suppliers.
Additional KN95 masks are being delivered around the state to support agricultural workers.
Contact your local OSU Extension office
for information about how to pick up masks at no cost to the agricultural community.
Protecting soil after fire
Protecting your soils after a fire: Seeding for erosion control