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Emergency Feedlot Data Program: Update Where are all the chickens?!?!?

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1 Emergency Feedlot Data Program: Update Where are all the chickens?!?!?

2 DiseaseDisease Natural DisastersNatural Disasters –Weather –Fire OtherOther –Power Failure –Crime Many Agricultural Threats

3 Response Infrastructure Local InformationFundsPeople State Federal Equipment

4 Problem Organizations that carry information on animal agriculture facilities and feedlots: –MDA –BAH –PCA / BWSR –Counties - Not managed spatially - Not easily understood - Not easily accessible

5 Not Managed Spatially Requires intermediate stepsRequires intermediate steps Harder to verify & correctHarder to verify & correct RESULT: Slower response, Lower confidence

6 Not Easily Understood Too many attribute fieldsToo many attribute fields RESULT: Slower response Too many disparate business needs & rulesToo many disparate business needs & rules Not enough documentationNot enough documentation Too many codesToo many codes

7 Not Easily Accessible Several Data CustodiansSeveral Data Custodians Statutory ProtectionsStatutory Protections Perceived & Real Threats to PrivacyPerceived & Real Threats to Privacy No Protocols in PlaceNo Protocols in Place RESULT: Slower response

8 Proposal Update 1.Empower counties to manage information spatially 2.Set standards for data used by emergency responders 3.Design emergency information sharing protocols between local and state agencies 1.Responders focus on the area affected with confidence 2.Information is usable and easy to understand 3.Information is accessed easily and quickly

9 Spatially Managed? Grants funds available, in exchange for commitment to new data standards & protocols for four yearsGrants funds available, in exchange for commitment to new data standards & protocols for four years Technical assistance and training available for:Technical assistance and training available for: –Use of basic GIS software –Geocoding of address lists –Geospatial data management –Designing information conversion processes

10 County Participants Blue EarthBlue Earth BrownBrown CarverCarver CottonwoodCottonwood DouglasDouglas Le SueurLe Sueur MeekerMeeker NicolletNicollet NormanNorman Polk (East)Polk (East) Polk (West)Polk (West) RiceRice RockRock StearnsStearns WabashaWabasha WasecaWaseca WinonaWinona Delegated Counties

11 Easily Understood? Convert disparate source data to meet new standards, then fuse together PCA & MDA

12 DisasterLAN Compilation ALWAYSON MDAFTP More accessible?

13 DisasterLAN Access

14 Next Steps Outreach: connect technology to emergency response, agricultureOutreach: connect technology to emergency response, agriculture Assess capabilities; train as necessary; target resources to the highest needAssess capabilities; train as necessary; target resources to the highest need Conduct test uploads and mock emergenciesConduct test uploads and mock emergencies

15 Discussion and Input Mike Dolbow: (651) Ted Radintz: (651)


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