FLOOD RELIEF BOOSTS HOPE
Despite seeing mass destruction, Eddie Fahley says he also saw hope and determination in the faces of Nebraska and Iowa farmers during recent trips to provide aid to those affected by the historic bomb cyclone and mass flooding. Fahley is vice president of Ag Community Relief, a Michigan-based nonprofit that partners with other states to assist farmers across the country with recovery efforts. Pictured are volunteers (from left) Fahley, Chad Shultz, Jody Holbrook and Austin Rossen.
Volunteers look over huge ice chucks that left behind extensive damage.
Fencing supplies are the most-needed item in the wake of the Nebraska flooding.
This year’s crop is uncertain, as well as those in storage from previous years.
READY TO ROLL
Volunteers with Ag Community Relief get ready to leave on their trip to Nebraska.
Volunteers help load and unload supplies for Nebraska growers in need.
This location in Nebraska was the site for a hay drive.