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Dozens of Counties in 15 States Declared Agri Disaster Areas

Posted by feww on November 16, 2011

Drought and deluge, hurricanes and severe storms, extreme rain and excessive heat …  cause multiple disasters across the U.S.

141 counties in Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Vermont declared Agricultural Disaster Areas

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  • Pennsylvania, USA. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Erie County in Pennsylvania as a Primary Natural Disaster Area because of excessive rain that occurred May 1 – June 28, 2011.
    • The following counties in Pennsylvania were also  added to the disaster declaration because they are contiguous: Crawford and Warren.
    • The following 2 counties in New York and Ohio were also added to  natural disaster declaration  because they are contiguous:
    •  New York: Chautauqua County.
    • Ohio: Ashtabula County.
  • Oklahoma.  USDA has designates a total of 15 counties in Oklahoma as Natural Disaster Areas because of losses caused by drought and excessive heat that began May 1, 2011, and continues.
    • Oklahoma’s Primary Disaster Areas: Craig, Mayes, Ottawa, Tulsa, Delaware, Nowata, Rogers and Washington counties.
    • Oklahoma’s Contiguous Disaster Areas: Adair, Creek, Osage, Wagoner, Cherokee, Okmulgee and Pawnee counties.
  • Also declared as Natural Disaster Areas were the following 7 bordering counties in Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri.
    • Arkansas: Benton County.
    • Kansas: Chautauqua, Cherokee, Labette and Montgomery counties.
    • Missouri: McDonald and Newton counties.
  • Pennsylvania. USDA has declared 14 Counties in Pennsylvania as Natural Disaster Areas due to excessive rain, flooding and flash flooding associated with Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee that occurred Aug. 26 – Sept. 12, 2011.
    • Pennsylvania’s Primary Disaster Areas: Bradford, Lebanon and York counties.
    • Pennsylvania’s Contiguous Disaster Areas: Adams, Cumberland, Lancaster, Schuylkill, Berks, Dauphin, Lycoming, Sullivan, Wyoming, Tioga and Susquehanna counties.
  • The following 5 counties in Maryland and New York were also designated as disaster areas because they are  contiguous.
    • Maryland: Baltimore, Carroll and Harford counties.
    • New York: Chemung and Tioga counties.
  • Nebraska. USDA has designates 15 Counties in Nebraska as Agricultural Disaster Areas due to crop losses caused by severe storms with excessive rain, flash flooding, hail and high winds that occurred May 23-Aug. 11, 2011.
  • The following 3 counties in Colorado and Kansas were also added to the disaster declaration because they are contiguous.
    • Colorado: Phillips and Sedgwick counties.
    • Kansas: Rawlins County.
  • Pennsylvania. USDA has declared 47 Counties in Pennsylvania as Agricultural Disaster Areas due to drought and excessive heat that occurred between June 1 and August 30, 2011.


List of 13 Pennsylvania counties declared as Primary Disaster Areas. Source: USDA


List of 34 Pennsylvania counties declared as Contiguous Disaster Areas. Source: USDA

  • The following 10 counties in Maryland and New Jersey were also added to the disaster declaration because they are contiguous.
    • Maryland: Allegany, Carroll, Harford, Baltimore, Frederick, and Washington counties.
    • New Jersey: Burlington, Hunterdon, Mercer and Warren counties.
  • New Hampshire. USDA has designated 10 Counties in New Hampshire as Agricultural Disaster Areas due to losses caused by the combined effects of excessive rain, flooding, flash flooding, high winds, hail, Tropical Storm Irene, Tropical Storm Lee that began May 1, 2011, and continues.
    • The counties declared as Primary Disaster Areas are:  Belknap, Coos, Hillsborough, Strafford, Carroll, Grafton,  Rockingham and Sullivan.
    • NH counties declared as Contiguous Disaster Areas are: Cheshire and Merrimack
  • The following 10 counties in Maine, Massachusetts and Vermont were also added to the disaster declaration because they are contiguous.
    • Maine: Oxford and York counties.
    • Massachusetts: Essex, Middlesex and Worcester counties.
    • Vermont: Caledonia, Essex, Orange, Windham and Windsor counties.

At least 4,104 counties were declared agricultural disaster areas between January 1 and November 16, 2011.
(Note: The total includes multiple counts for some of the counties because different disasters occurred during the period).

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One Response to “Dozens of Counties in 15 States Declared Agri Disaster Areas”

  1. tony g said

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