Great Montana ShakeOut

The Great Montana ShakeOut

What is the Great Montana ShakeOut?

A simple earthquake drill that everyone can do by droppingcovering, and holding on. In 2015, more than 165,000 Montanans participated in the drill, joining over 24 million people from across the globe.

When will it happen?

The 2016 Great Montana ShakeOut will happen on Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 10:19AM.

Why participate?

Montana is one of the most seismically active states.  Although a major earthquake has not occurred in the state since the devastating 1959 Hebgen Earthquake near Ennis which killed 29, Montana is part of the intermountain seismic belt. 4-6 small earthquakes occur in the state on average every day.

Do you know what to do when the ground starts to shake? Participating in the ShakeOut drill is a great way to be prepared to survive and recover quickly from earthquakes where you live, work, or travel. The drill is also a great way to encourage general thinking around emergency and disaster preparedness.

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Who can participate?

Everyone! Here is a list of just some of the groups that participate in ShakeOut drills:

• Families
K-12 Schools and Districts
Colleges
• Tribes
State and Federal Government
• Tribes
Businesses
• Hospitals
• Senior Centers and Nursing Homes
• Nonprofit Organizations
• Churches

Register Today!

Register for the Great Montana ShakeOut and access useful resources by visiting www.shakeout.org/montana or by clicking here.  Registration ensures that you and your organization are included in the final participation count.

Where can I learn more about earthquakes in Montana?


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