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Indiana, Michigan and Washington Declared Disaster Areas

Posted by feww on January 31, 2012

Extremes of weather cause agricultural disasters in hundreds of counties across 9 states

Up to 40 percent of crops have been lost to disasters caused by drought and deluge, high winds, hail, freeze, frost, blizzard, tornadoes and lightning that occurred from Feb. 1, 2011, and continues…

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  • Michigan, USA.  The entire state of Michigan has been declared agricultural  disaster areas due to three separate disaster conditions that began in February and May 2011.
  • Disaster #1.  USDA has designated 70 counties agricultural disaster areas due to losses caused by the combined effects of excessive rain, high winds, hail, freeze, frost, blizzard, tornadoes, flooding and lightning that occurred from Feb. 1, 2011, and continues. The Primary Disaster Areas are:


The above 29 counties in Michigan have been designated as Primary Disaster Areas. Source: USDA


These 41 counties in Michigan have been designated as contiguous disaster areas. Source: USDA

Other counties in adjacent states designated as disaster areas because they are contiguous:

  • Indiana: Elkhart, La Porte, St. Joseph and Steuben counties.
  • Ohio: Fulton, Lucas and Williams counties.
  • Michigan: Disaster #2.  USDA has declared 22 counties in Michigan  as agricultural disaster areas because of losses caused by drought and excessive heat that occurred from May 15, 2011, and continues.
    • Primary disaster areas:  Dickinson, Iron, Luce, Mackinac, Menominee and Montcalm counties.
    • Contiguous disaster areas:

These 16 counties in Michigan have been designated as contiguous disaster areas. Source: USDA
  • Wisconsin. Florence, Forest, Marinette and Vilas counties in Wisconsin were also declared as contiguous disaster areas.
  • MichiganDisaster #3. USDA has declared 32 counties in Michigan as agricultural disaster areas because of losses caused by the combined effects of excessive rain, high winds, hail, freeze, frost, blizzard, tornadoes, flooding, lightning, drought and excessive heat that occurred from Feb. 1, 2011, and continues.
    • Primary disaster areas:  Alger, Antrim, Delta, Kalkaska, Leelanau, Marquette, Otsego, Schoolcraft, Washtenaw and Wayne counties.
    • Contiguous disaster areas:


These 22 counties in Michigan have been designated as contiguous disaster areas. Source: USDA

  • Washington, USA.35 counties in Washington state have been declared agricultural disaster areas due to losses caused by the combined effects of excessive rain, flooding, below normal temperatures, high winds, frosts and freezes that occurred during the period of Jan. 1, 2011, through July 31, 2011.
    • Primary disaster areas:


The above 15 counties in Washington have been designated as primary disaster areas. Source: USDA


These 20  counties in Washington have been designated as contiguous disaster areas. Source: USDA

  • Oregon.  Clatsop, Columbia, Gilliam, Hood River, Morrow, Multnomah, Sherman and Wasco counties in the adjacent state of Oregon were also added to the disaster list.
  • Indiana, USA.   USDA has declared 78 counties in Indiana as agricultural  disaster areas due to losses caused by the combined effects of drought and excessive heat that occurred during the period of July 1, 2011, through Oct. 18, 2011.


These 45 counties in Indiana have been designated as primary disaster areas. Source:


These 33  counties in Indiana have been designated as contiguous disaster areas. Source: USDA

The following counties in the adjacent states were also declared as disaster areas because they’re contiguous

  • Illinois: Clark, Crawford, Edgar, Gallatin, Lawrence, Vermillion, Wabash and White counties.
  • Kentucky: Boone, Breckinridge, Carroll, Daviess, Gallatin, Hancock, Henderson, Meade, Trimble and Union counties.
  • Michigan: Branch and St. Joseph counties.
  • Ohio:  Butler, Darke, Defiance, Hamilton, Mercer, Paulding, Preble and Van Wert counties.
  • Colorado, USA. USDA has declared 10 Colorado counties as agricultural disaster areas due to severe drought, a report said.
    • The disaster areas are Arapahoe, Cheyenne, Crowley, Elbert, El Paso, Kiowa, Kit Carson, Lincoln, Pueblo and Washington counties. The drought-stricken areas “suffered up to 40 percent losses. No estimates on the dollar losses or number of affected farmers were available.”

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