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Spotlight on Economics: Is Your House Free of Flood Risk?   ( 2017-10-03 )
Flood risk can affect a home’s market value.
Wanted: Volunteer Weather Observers in N.D.   ( 2015-03-03 )
North Dakota has nearly 300 volunteer precipitation observers.
Spotlight on Economics: Does the Way We Manage Water Change as Needs Change?   ( 2015-01-13 )
The rules for managing water often are complex and subject to court cases.
Agricultural Losses Due to Flooding Continue in Devil Lake Basin   ( 2014-05-09 )
Estimates show that there will be an increase of more than 10,000 acres of cropland lost to Devils Lake in 2014.
NDSU Ag Communication, Myriad Devices to Receive White House Champions of Change Honor Sept. 24   ( 2013-09-23 )
The Winter Survival Kit and Disaster Recovery Log apps win in the Innovative Use of Technology class.
NDSU Extension Service Offers Water Damage Cleanup Advice   ( 2013-06-27 )
Cleanup needs to be done quickly to prevent mold growth.
Weather Creating Stressful Times   ( 2013-06-07 )
The emotional and physical needs of those who are undergoing stress from weather conditions are sometimes forgotten during a crisis.
Keep Livestock Manure Out of Floodwaters   ( 2013-05-01 )
Manure spills pose a threat to aquatic ecosystems.
Devils Lake Flooding Continues to Cause Agricultural Losses   ( 2013-04-30 )
Nearly 161,000 acres of cropland will be lost to the lake in 2013.
Be Prepared for Flooding in Rural Areas   ( 2013-04-22 )
If roads become impassable, have a shelter plan in place.
Time to Check Your Sump Pump   ( 2013-04-03 )
Making sure your sump pump works now can prevent problems later.
N.D. Seeking Weather Observers   ( 2013-03-05 )
A national network needs North Dakotans to help measure rainfall, snowfall and snow depth.
Download Smartphone App Now for Winter Travel Safety   ( 2012-10-30 )
Get prepared for winter travel with the Winter Survival Kit smartphone app.
Flooding Poses Soil Management Problems   ( 2012-04-23 )
Soil compaction and nutrient management are two major concerns.
Financial Losses From Devils Lake Flooding Continue   ( 2012-03-23 )
 
Spotlight on Economics: Water Laws   ( 2012-03-14 )
A fundamental concept of water is the law that all water in North Dakota is owned by the state.
Flooding and Wet Soil May Worsen Winter Home Moisture Problems   ( 2011-12-19 )
Condensation and mold growth could be bigger problems than normal this winter.
Preparing Flooded Buildings for Winter   ( 2011-09-09 )
People with flooded homes should carry out procedures to avoid further damage if they will not be rebuilding before winter.
Remove Mold for a Healthy Home   ( 2011-09-06 )
Killing mold isn’t good enough; it has to be removed, too.
Properly Rebuild, Insulate Flooded Homes   ( 2011-08-22 )
Make sure contractors install the proper amount of insulation.

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