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Four Disaster Declarations Issued for New York

Posted by feww on November 22, 2011

New York counties designated multiple Agricultural Disaster Areas

USDA has issued four separate disaster declarations for the state of New York because of the crop damage caused by drought and excessive heat, excessive heat and rain, excessive rain, flooding, flash flooding, hail, high winds, below normal temperatures and tornadoes, hurricanes (Irene) and severe storms (TS Lee).

Disaster Calendar 2011 – November 22

[November 22, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,576 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

  • New York, USA. Disaster Declaration No 1: The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated 35 counties in New York as agricultural disaster areas due to the damage caused by Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee that occurred Aug. 27 – Sept. 15, 2011.


List of 20 NY counties designated as Primary Disaster Areas. Source: USDA


List of 15 NY counties designated as Contiguous Disaster Areas. Source: USDA

The following counties in the bordering states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Vermont were also added to the disaster declaration because they are contiguous.

  • Connecticut: Fairfield and Litchfield counties.
  • Massachusetts: Berkshire County.
  • Pennsylvania: Pike, Susquehanna and Wayne counties.
  • Vermont: Addison, Bennington, Chittenden, Grand Isle and Rutland counties.
  • New York, USA. Disaster Declaration No 2: USDA has designated 34 counties in New York as agricultural disaster areas due to the combined effects of excessive rain, flooding, flash flooding, hail, high winds, below normal temperatures and tornadoes that occurred April 1 – Aug. 30, 2011.


List of 10 NY counties designated as Primary Disaster Areas. Source: USDA


List of 24 NY counties designated as Contiguous Disaster Areas. Source: USDA

The following counties in the bordering states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania were also declared disaster areas because they’re contiguous.

  • New Jersey: Bergen, Passaic and Sussex counties.
  • Pennsylvania: Pike County.
  • New York, USA. Disaster Declaration No 3:  Six New York counties have been designated as a Agricultural Natural Disaster Areas by USDA due to excessive heat and rain that occurred July 10 – Aug. 25, 2011.
    • PDA Disaster areas: Orange County.
    • Contiguous Disaster areas:  Dutchess, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan and Ulster counties.

The following counties in the bordering states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania were also declared as disaster areas because they are contiguous.

  • New Jersey: Passaic and Sussex counties.
  • Pennsylvania: Pike County.
  • New York, USA. Disaster Declaration No 4: USDA has declared 12  counties in New York as agricultural disaster areas due to losses caused by drought and excessive heat that occurred July 1 – Aug. 31, 2011.
    • Six counties designated as primary disaster areas are Ontario, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben,Wayne and Yates.
    • The other six counties declared as contiguous disaster areas are Allegany, Cayuga, Chemung, Livingston, Monroe and Tompkins.

The following counties in the bordering state of Pennsylvania were also added to the disaster declaration because they are contiguous.

  • Pennsylvania: Potter and Tioga counties.

Other Disasters

  • Minnesota, USA. USDA has designated 15 counties in Minnesota as Agricultural Natural Disaster Areas due to losses caused by the combined effects of excessive rain, excessive heat, high winds, tornadoes and an early fall frost that occurred April 1 – Sept. 15, 2011.
    • The counties designated as Primary Disaster areas are Kandiyohi, Lincoln and McLeod.
    • Minnesota counties designated as Contiguous Disaster areas are Carver, Chippewa, Lyon, Meeker, Pipestone, Pope, Renville, Sibley, Stearns, Swift, Wright, Yellow and Medi.

The following counties in South Dakota were also declared natural disaster areas because they are contiguous.

  • South Dakota: Brookings, Deuel and Moody counties.

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TS Lee: Louisiana and Mississippi declare states of emergency

Posted by feww on September 3, 2011

Governors of Louisiana and Mississippi declare states of emergency, as Lee moves closer to the Gulf Coast

Up to 40 centimeters of rain is expected to fall over southern Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, with as much as 50 centimeters  (20 inches) forecast in some areas, the hurricane center said.

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Disaster Calendar 2011 – September 3

[September 3, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,656 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

  • Louisiana, USA. Governor Jindal has declared a state of emergency in 35 parishes expecting flash flooding and high tides as a result of the storm system.  State officials have urged voluntary evacuations in parts of Lafourche Parish and Grand Isle, Jindal told reporters.
  • Mississippi, USA. Governor Barbour has declared a state of emergency in seven counties expected to receive heavy rain and floods as the storm moves slowly north.
  • Sindh Province, Pakistan. Flooding triggered by days of monsoon rains in Pakistan’s Sindh province have killed about 70 people, destroying or damaging about a half of a million homes, wiping out hundreds of villages, washing away roads, bridges and other infrastructure, breaching irrigation canals, inundating vast tracts of land, destroying or damaging 2.5 million acres of crop, leaving hundreds of thousands of cattle dead, and displacing or severely affecting more than 2 million people, officials have said.
    • The latest disasters in the area is a double whammy for tens of thousands of 2010 flood victims who had already lost their homes and were living in thatched huts which have all collapsed.\
  • Texas, USA. Some 18,612 wildfires in Texas so far this year have consumed at least 3,477,685 acres, destroying 2,450 homes/structures, Texas Forest Service reported. [Note: the actual figure may be closer to 3,100 structures – FEWW]

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