Roads, towns and livelihoods are washed away in Midwest floods
Published on Mar 22, 2019
Ongoing flooding across the Midwest has left thousands of homes damaged and vast swaths of farmland underwater. Residents and public officials alike are trying to cope with washed-out roads, lost livestock, ruined crops, and a lack of supplies. Meanwhile, weather experts are predicting a “potentially unprecedented” flood season. Judy Woodruff speaks to Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts for more.
Alert Experts Warn Of Historic Widespread Flooding! Food Prices Skyrocket As 1000s Farms Destroyed
Published on Mar 23, 2019
We have never seen catastrophic flooding like this, and the NOAA is now telling us that there will be more major flooding for at least two more months. On Thursday, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration warned that “historic, widespread flooding” would “continue through May”. More than 90 percent of the upper Midwest and Great Plains is currently covered by an average of 10.7 inches of snow, and all of that snow is starting to melt. That means that we are going to transition from one of the worst winters in modern history to a flood season that has already taken an apocalyptic turn for farmers all across America. At this moment, millions of acres of farmland are already underwater. Thousands of farmers are not going to be able to plant crops this year, and thousands of other farmers that have been financially ruined by the floods will never return to farming again. This is already the worst agricultural disaster in modern American history, and it is going to get a whole lot worse.
Iowa flooding: Here’s how to donate, volunteer and otherwise help victims in western Iowa Shelby Fleig, Des Moines Register Published 1:29 p.m. CT March 20, 2019 | Updated 2:04 p.m. CT April 4, 2019 desmoinesregister.com
“..After touring flooding in Mills County on Monday morning, Gov. Kim Reynolds said she was “unprepared for the level of damage” she saw — and has declared disasters in 41 counties.
Here are several verified ways to help flooding victims:..
NEBRASKA FLOODING 2019 (the most important video I’ve ever made)
Published on Mar 16, 2019
What is happening along the river banks of Nebraska is absolutely devastating and heartbreaking. These towns are being destroyed and severely affecting the people who call these places home. People, Cattle, and livestock being trapped without any way to get to them, homes being submerged by a rush of 10 foot water and 2 foot thick chunks of ice bigger than a truck. These are the same river banks I have had some of my most memorable hunting experiences on. Those properties are 100% under water right now.. I am partnering with the American RedCross of Nebraska and have set up a means and outlet through Whitetail Fit and GoFundMe for people to donate and help out however they can to get food, water and clothing to the 15+ shelters set up along the eastern border of Nebraska. This money will also be used to help rebuild these peoples lives. This is our community, our town and our State. I may not be able to do much on my own, but together and through the Whitetail Fit family, I’ve seen some pretty amazing things happen. I believe in the Hunting community, and the passion everyone has in their hearts to help when there are those who are helpless. I’ll be posting more from here out and keeping everyone up to date on the efforts. Thanks guys! Joel Burham, Owner Whitetail Fit
Link to GoFundMe page to help the victims:
As Million Calves Lost In Nebraska Beef Prices To Escalate Dramatically In The
Published on Mar 29, 2019
According to Agriculture Secretary Sunny Purdue, there “may be as many as a million calves lost in Nebraska” due to the catastrophic flooding that has hit the state. This is not a rumor, this is not an exaggeration, and this is not based on any sort of speculation. This number comes to us directly from the top agriculture official in the entire country, and it means that the economic toll from the recent floods is far greater than most of us had anticipated. You can watch Purdue make this quote on Fox Business right here, and it is important to remember that this number is just for one state. It is hard to imagine what the final numbers will look like when the livestock losses for all of the states affected by the flooding are tallied up. This is already the worst agricultural disaster in modern American history, and the National Weather Service is telling us that there will be more catastrophic flooding throughout the middle portion of the nation for the next two months.
Real Footage, After Nebraska Floods 2019 … people, farm animals
Published on Apr 1, 2019
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Billions in damages in US Midwest after Missouri River overflows. Nebraska farmers and ranchers are in the process of putting their lives back together after recent storms and flooding caused more than $1 billion in damage to the agricultural industry.
Flooding is a big concern for large parts of central U.S. The rising Missouri River in particular has already claimed at least three lives. The flooding has also destroyed hundreds of homes and caused billions of dollars in damage. Weather experts have warned the danger from flooding could persist into May.
Real Footage, After Nebraska Floods 2019 … people, farm animals
Clean up begins as floodwaters recede in Nebraska – YouTube
Published on Apr 2, 2019
(28 Mar 2019) Residents in eastern Nebraska are beginning to clean up as floodwaters recede across the Midwest.
Ashland, Nebraska resident Larry Lindberg, who lives right along the Platte River, showed a water line that rose above his hip on his home’s garage.
Just north of Ashland, in Mead, a flooded water treatment plant at a Superfund site that stores radioactive waste and explosives was shut down for a few days. It is now back up and running.
The Environmental Protection Agency reported Wednesday that there were no releases of hazardous contaminants at any of eight toxic waste sites in flooded parts of Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa.
The EPA identified the Nebraska Ordnance Plant in Mead, and the Conservation Chemical Corporation site in Kansas City, Missouri, as heavily flooded Superfund sites that required the agency to take immediate action to prevent the spread of contaminated groundwater.
Two Iowa sites had some minor flooding but did not require the agency to immediately do anything. It plans to reassess once the floodwaters recede.
With little flood storage at Gavins Point, Corps of Engineers took rare steps during flooding By Nancy Gaarder / World-Herald staff writer 17 hrs ago 5 omaha.com/
“..From the air, Lewis and Clark Lake along the Nebraska-South Dakota border appears immense as it stretches some 25 miles behind Gavins Point Dam.
It would be logical to think of the sprawling lake — formed by damming the Missouri River — as a big deal in flood protection.
There’s 90 miles of shoreline along this watery playground that draws 2 million visitors a year.
It is formed by one of six massive dams on the Missouri River, all operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers…”
Historic moment to #PrayandServe
Nebraska Family Alliance
Published on Apr 4, 2019
Sunday – April 7th, 2019 is a Statewide Day of Prayer for disaster victims and recovery relief in Nebraska. Find out more at Karen Bowling, NFA’s Executive Director shares on this historic moment.
-Thank You for Help!!
Southview Baptist Church makes it their mission to help the … – YouTube
Mar 23, 2019 – Uploaded by Channel 8 KLKN-TV
Southview Baptist Church makes it their mission to help the Nebraska flood victims. Channel 8 KLKN …
Volunteers Start Work in Flooded Nebraska – YouTube
Published on Mar 27, 2019
Samaritan’s Purse volunteers are mudding out houses in Nebraska that were inundated when heavy rainfall and rapid snowmelt caused catastrophic flooding. Please pray for homeowners and our teams as they provide relief and share the Gospel with flood victims.
Operation Blessing Volunteers Helping Nebraska Flood Victims Clean Out Homes 04-02-2019 Christian Ellis cbn.com
“..The damage is so extensive that surging water levels have left a large area without any way to protect against future floods. Operation Blessing volunteers have been working to remove debris and sheetrock from homes that have water damage.
In an interview with CBN News, Senior Director of U.S Disaster Relief Anthony Lloyd shared the organization specializes in hot meals, flood relief and cleaning houses. Furthermore, their biggest goal is to encourage the victims, calling themselves the “hands and feet of Jesus”.
Photos of the 2019 flooding from around the state April 1, 2019 Delainey LaHood newscenter1.tv
“..RAPID CITY, S.D. — South Dakota was hit with record breaking flooding this spring — an issue that may continue through the rest of the season.
We’ve assembled a photo gallery of flooding across the state, including emergency personnel members working hard to help residents in need.
You can submit your own photos of the flooding to this gallery by clicking the blue “Submit Your Photo” button at the top of this article…
Prayer with Action
How you can help Midwest flooding victims CNN Special Projects Portraits Amy Chillag By Amy Chillag, CNN Updated 10:03 AM ET, Wed April 3, 2019 cnn.com
“..It has killed livestock, ruined harvests and made the future look bleak for many farmers – some still reeling from the 2011 floods.
There are several organizations helping victims right now with shelter, food, and water. Relief groups are also standing by to provide long-term relief…”
How to help those affected by the Midwest flooding Nation Mar 18, 2019 6:28 PM EDT — Updated on Mar 21, 2019 12:20 PM EDT pbs.org
“..Across the region, hundreds of homes are flooded and families are displaced. Waters have reached historic levels, spurred by a late-winter storm last week. Flooding caused water to rise hitting 41 feet in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, and more than 30 feet in Iowa’s Fremont County. Freeport City, Illinois, anticipated its worst flooding in 50 years — and that’s the best case scenario, according to the Associated Press.
As river levels begin to top off and slowly recede in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and Kansas, states like Illinois and North Dakota are readying for similar disasters.
Here are some ways you can help these families and communities…”
How to Help Those Impacted by the Midwest Flooding gofundme.com
“..Flooding in the Midwest and Great Plains caused by melting snow and extremely heavy rains have forced thousands of people to evacuate their homes. The floods have destroyed houses, crops, and have displaced families.
Below you can find verified GoFundMe fundraisers to support those impacted by the floods.
All fundraisers are backed by the GoFundMe Guarantee, which means we guarantee all funds get to the right place or they’ll get a refund. For more information read about GoFundMe Trust and Safety…”
Funds Set Up to Help Disaster Victims in Midwest, Mozambique Mar 22, 2019By Stan Friedman covenantcompanion.com
“..CHICAGO, IL (March 22, 2019) – The Evangelical Covenant Church has established two separate funds to help people respond to the flooding disasters in the Midwest and Mozambique. Local congregations in the Midwest also have been providing assistance in their areas, including places that still are difficult to travel…”
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Tyson Foods Helping Flooding Victims in Midwest – YouTube