A @DailyOutsider Special Announcement

   We wanted to take this opportunity in all our properties to advise that we will be "Dark". However, our Social Media Corners will receive daily updates Until After the July 4 Holiday W-End in the United States. We look forward to the continued privilege of serving in the New Quarter.                                                                                          

On Our "Virtual Route 66" : Thoughts on Safety & The Future For the Month

 While on our "Virtual Route 66" This Week around the World and as Summer looms, We present the following thoughts courtesy of USA.GOV, FEMA  & BLOOMBERG for consideration:  Take steps to avoid illness and injury this summer Summertime is around the corner. Is a vacation getaway or staycation on your agenda, or do you plan on working outdoors? No matter your plans, use  official advice to beat the summer heat, and prevent illness and injury . Beat the heat : Heat poses the greatest risk for people under age 4 and over 65. The best ways to stay safe include staying cool and hydrated, and wearing loose-fitting clothes. Stay in air-conditioned places as much as possible.⁣ Food safety : Picnic and barbecue season offers lots of opportunities for outdoor fun with family and friends. But they can increase your risk of foodborne illness. Keep your food safe from the refrigerator all the way to the picnic table. Insect protection : If you plan to spend a lot of time outdoors, pro

On Our "Virtual Route 66" : On @FEMA Watch This Week

        Tribal Consultations Increase Access to the Tribal Homeland Security Grant Program FEMA Releases Details on Applications for Two Grant Programs FEMA Co-Hosts Webinar on Updated Planning Guides for Equitable Engagement FEMA Releases Reconstitution Manager’s Guide Upcoming Deadlines and Reminders Important Deadlines & Reminders Energy storage webinar , "Intro to Microgrids" at 1 p.m. ET.  Application period closes for  Fiscal Year 2023 Pre-Disaster Mitigation Funding .  Tribal Consultations Increase Access to the Tribal Homeland Security Grant Program   FEMA is using feedback from federally recognized tribal nations to shape policy and programmatic changes to improve equitable access to the  Tribal Homeland Security Grant Program.     FEMA’s Grant Programs Directorate held its first-ever tribal consultation on June 22, 2022, to get feedback on tribal nation access to FEMA’s preparedness grant programs. Dozens of tribal leaders and representatives attended the consul