Welcome to the Emergency Amateurs Responding To Help web page. E.A.R.T.H was established in 1992 as a amateur radio club with the goal of serving our local community in the event of a disaster. We accomplish this by providing emergency communications and personnel when the normal modes have become disrupted or unusable. Since then our responsibilities have grown, as well as the club. We now serve most of the west end of the lower Rio Grande Valley and are chartered as a 501c3 non-profit organization. We work hand in hand with the County of Hidalgo Emergency Management,, RACES (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service) as well as the Cities in the local area. The ARRL (American Radio Relay League) is the voice for Ham Radio and you can learn more about Ham Radio by visiting their site.
Help keep our great systems up and running!
All of our repeaters and systems are open to all Hams but it does cost to keep it going.
E.A.R.T.H is a 501c3 non-profit corp.
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Click here for Field Day 2005
RGV 902 Mhz
SkyWarn Recognition Day 2003
See what we did in Corpus!
Check out the NEW APRS page!
Wires-II is Here!
Our IRLP and EchoLink
WebFoot Picnic 3/14/02
South Padre Island 147.240 back on
Knapp Medical Center Ham Station
A look back at SkyWarn day
Local SAREX STS-93
Halloween with the hams
Disaster in South Texas