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FLOODING

The Oslo Region Joint Powers Board received $2.35 million in federal funding and is seeking Minnesota and North Dakota state funding to reduce flooding along the Red River near Oslo, Minnesota.
Flooding near Oslo, Minnesota, has destroyed agricultural land, washed out their township roads and caused thousands of dollars of damage to a railroad line that carries cars filled with wheat to the West Coast and southern United States.
Farmers impacted by natural disasters in 2020 and 2021 should begin receiving emergency relief payments through the Farm Service Agency’s new Emergency Relief Program to offset crop yield and value losses, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says.
Soaked fields are adding to a year with high diesel prices, fertilizer and part shortages.

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If you were to take a look at a map of eastern North Dakota, all the state's little creeks and streams dump into rivers, and is one reason flood flights are so complex. Flood protection miles from the metro is helping cities, farmers and homeowners all over this part of the state.
Near Hatton a washout that has taken part of a farm field and road.

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