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Floods are the most common and destructive natural disaster in the United States, and we want to find ways to help make communities more resilient. Many Americans have survived floods – from rainfall, hurricanes, snow melt, and more. We want to hear from you about your experience with flooding, whether in minor or major events, so we can help others better prepare for the future. How have the floods you’ve witnessed and survived changed the way you think about resilience and preparedness? Have they changed the way you determine what’s important?