Studying the Missouri River to avoid another 2019 flood

Studying the Missouri River to avoid another 2019 flood

The Army Corps of Engineers is studying how to reduce flooding risks to agriculture land along the Missouri River.

Colonel Travis Rayfield, district commander for the Kansas City District of the Army Corps of Engineers, tells Brownfield Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri are developing a plan to improve the river’s resiliency after crops, livestock and business were destroyed by the historic 2019 flood. “We’re going to build a big computer model that’s going to look at water elevations from Rulo, Nebraska to St.

    

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