2017 National Alliance of State Animal and Agricultural Emergency Programs Summit
Summit Home Page Protecting the entire family.


Tuesday, December 5 - Thursday,

December 7, 2017


Courtyard by Marriot Gulfport Beachfront 1600 East Beach Boulevard Gulfport, MS 39501 Hotel room reservations are made through Dream Vacations. Visit the Travel Information Site for additional hotels and information.
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This year’s Summit program will be available on the EventsXD app. Click here to see the scheduled presentations and speakers. Download the app at the iTunes or Google Play stores. Click here to view the monthly confernce call presentation that discusses the following Summit information: Hotel Information Summit Registration Presenters scheduled to appear


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Within the past two years, the United States has experienced devastation from Hurricanes Matthew, Harvey, Irma, and Maria along with multiple wildfires that devasted forests, plains, and homes. In our history, it has never been more important to incorporate the Pets Evacuation and Transportation Standards (PETS) Act that Congress included in the Stafford Act. Recognizing the human-animal bond by including animals into existing disaster plans saves human lives. The Summit is the country’s premiere conference for responders to animals in disasters and provides a forum for personnel and organizations working on emergency management of pets and livestock to meet, network, and obtain the latest technical information for animal response. Join us at the National Alliance of State Animal and Agricultural Emergency Programs (NASAAEP) Summit to: Learn critical mission-specific best-practices pertaining to key animal emergency response and support tasks; Learn best practices pertaining to integration of animal issues into the whole of emergency management at the Local, State, Territorial, Tribal, and National level; Share information supporting planning efforts, including organizing and supporting State and Local animal emergency response capabilities including State Animal Response Teams (SARTs) or similar programs and veterinary medical reserve programs; Communicate mechanisms for disaster resource mobilization via Federal, Local, Non- governmental sources, State, Territorial, and Tribal sources; and Secure commitments to take needed next steps to ensure continued progress in animal emergency management meeting the Federal requirements set forth in the PETS Act. Join us as we offer emergency response training to save the ENTIRE family.