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Be Prepared For Flooding in Rural Areas   ( 2020-03-25 )
Flooding may be a problem some rural North Dakota areas this spring.
Don’t Let Containment Ponds Overflow   ( 2020-03-14 )
The spring thaw could cause problems for dirty-water containment ponds and manure stacking areas.
Now is Time to Protect Wells From Flooding   ( 2020-03-13 )
NDSU Extension offers advice on protecting water wells from flooding.
Prairie Fare: Be Prepared Foodwise for Spring and Summer Disasters   ( 2020-03-12 )
Power outages, flooding, fires and other disasters can trigger food safety issues.
Livestock Producers Should Prepare for Flooding   ( 2020-03-09 )
Floodwaters can rise quickly, cutting off access to feed and/or water for livestock.
Rain, Snow Observers Needed to Better Forecast N.D. Flood Potential   ( 2020-03-03 )
Volunteers help provide precipitation data.
Check Your Sump Pump   ( 2020-02-27 )
A common cause of sump pump failure is damaged or rusted bearings in the motor.
Prairie Fare: What Would You Do in a Disaster Involving Food?   ( 2019-04-04 )
Know what to do if a flood affects your food supply.
Flooding Could Force Producers to Move Cattle   ( 2019-03-25 )
Cattle producers should be prepared for wet, muddy conditions and possible flooding this spring.
Be Prepared for Flooding   ( 2019-03-21 )
Planning is a vital part of fighting a flood.
Now is the Time to Check Your Sump Pump   ( 2019-03-01 )
Make sure your sump pump is working before the snow starts to melt.
NDSU and UMN Researchers to Unearth Old Red River Flood Evidence   ( 2018-12-07 )
Researchers will look for flood evidence in bur oaks and structures built from them.
NDSU’s Hellevang Named Professional Engineer of the Year   ( 2018-08-07 )
Ken Hellevang receives recognition for his work as an agricultural engineer.
NDSU to Host Climate Workshop   ( 2018-05-15 )
Climate prediction applications will be among the topics covered.
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.

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