Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 storm, struck Florida Wednesday, October 10th. 11 hours later, it was still a hurricane making its way through Georgia – over 200 miles inland. Georgia’s Department of Transportation reported that 127 state routes closed due to fallen trees and 120 roads closed due to debris. There were 450,000 power outages reported. Hurricane Michael was a historic storm, devastating families, communities, farmland and businesses along the way.
After assessing the situation in Decatur County, Georgia this week we have decided to deploy. We will start with debris removal, chainsaw work, and some demolition.
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Over the last week, NECHAMA Operations Staff were on the ground in South Georgia during the final stretch of our Hurricane Michael Response Project, getting more comfortable with chainsaw work.... Read More
Hurricane Michael’s devastation extends far beyond Mexico Beach, FL and other areas prominently featured in the media. Little to nothing is heard about areas like Decatur and Seminole counties in... Read More
Love when our old staff members come back to join us on Project! Brian volunteered with us for a day on his road trip home. Thanks for lending us your... Read More