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Theresa Greenfield Oct 23
Severe flooding, extreme drought, and now a . This is what climate change looks like in Iowa. But denies climate science. The futures of our kids and grandkids are on the line -- we can’t afford six more years of inaction. We need to flip this seat.
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Having Said That 🗣 Oct 23
⚠️Iowa⚠️ . knows well how the climate affects Iowa’s farmers It’s because of her that I learned what a is.... 11 days Visit learn all her ideas & then donate❤️🤍💙
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McKenzie Wilson Oct 19
Hard to emphasize how much damage this summer's storm caused for so many Iowa families, but I've been in awe every single day of 's leadership after this crisis who's pushed every single day to get the resources they need.
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Meaghan Anderson Oct 23
Corn is an asymptomatic host for the SDS pathogen. Does the mean anything for SDS in soybean next year? Read the link below from and Leonor Leandro! ⤵️
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Jason Sydejko KCCI Oct 23
Pretty solid plate there, Linn countier. Photo Credit: Tanner Ayers-Berry
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Philip Shaw Oct 23
$7.5 Billion of damage
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tom hanksing Oct 23
UPDATE: has announced a primary agricultural disaster designation for Grundy and Muscatine Counties. Iowans should contact their local office to apply for assistance:
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Salford Group Oct 23
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NationalVoterCorps Oct 23
LAST CALL IOWA. Today is your last chance to register online. Don't miss the most important election of your life.
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Iowa Land Records Oct 21
For more information about how this might effect your business or if you'd like to read the proclamation, please visit
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NationalVoterCorps Oct 23
Iowa Saturday is the LAST DAY to register online. It's the safest, fastest and easiest way.
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Maison B. Bleam Oct 22
Look at that swath across Iowa 😳
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Schnack Oct 23
NASA Researchers Help Analyze a Historically Powerful, Costly Storm
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Lincoln Savings Bank Oct 22
Construction is going to be a much-needed service around the state, especially as Iowans continue recovering from 2020's historical . See how an 7(a) loan could help! . LINK TO BLOG: . Member FDIC.
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FBG Service Corporation Oct 21
When the Derecho storm hit Cedar Rapids and left our customer, Alliant Energy, with a massive cleanup job, FBG sprang into action! We are very proud of every single person who put their heart and soul into this recovery:
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Brian Wilkes Oct 23
Earlier today (Friday) the issued its first Severe T-storm Warning since a swept the state on Aug 10th. 10 weeks ago! CURRENTLY no warnings in effect just after 3:30 pm
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EnviroLogix Inc. Oct 21
Difficult, frustrating, and slow: Iowa growers discuss the 2020 corn harvest, via Kiwi Radio (Sheldon, IA, US)
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Alba_T_Ross Oct 17
with in last week: It could happen in your town.
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AgAmerica Lending Oct 21
Iowa farmers are working tirelessly to build back the damage from the derecho earlier this year. Although recovering faster than expected, storm damage repairs will likely linger into 2021.
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GlobalFarmerNetwork Oct 23
It’s a reality faced by all farmers: Our livelihood often revolves around something we cannot control. For me, this is the most frustrating and challenging aspect of raising safe products to feed, fuel and clothe the world.
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