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2019 Floods & Breached Levees
March 2019 

* Flooding  on Niobrara (NE) 
Elkhorn (NE),Platte (NE), 
Missouri and Mississippi 
rivers (& their tribs)
* Breached levees in several 
counties  
* Upriver of KC & STL hard hit

Missouri River -
Atchison C0, MO

May/June 2019

* Recurrent severe flooding  
on Missouri and Mississippi 
rivers
* Breached several more 
levees in several more 
counties
* Downriver of Kansas City 
and upriver of St Louis hard 
hit

Missouri River -
Jackson Co, MO
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She focused on the Hurricane Insurance Pro- Nebraska that still have breached levees. The 6/30 provide feedback on the training (all responses
tection--Wind Index (HIP-WI) Endorsement. Actuarial Information Browser maps will be up- were anonymous). One respondent said that the
This endorsement adds coverage for hurricanes dated in early September to reflect certifications conference was, "...very well done. I thought it
went extremely well for a webinar of that magto existing MPCI policies. It covers the deduct- of repair received this summer.
ible portion of the MPCI policy, not otherwise
On the second day, Kim Harris of Agrilogic nitude." Another respondent said, "...kuddos for
covered, up to 95 percent of the crop value. More Consulting LLC, presented on a series of topics coordinating and orchestrating webinar presenAcres Exposed by Breached Levees
than 70 crops are covered by the endorsement Cropland
including
California Citrus Tree, Florida Citrus tations. Hiccups were minor and few, but not
Acres Subject to Additional Flood Risk
and it is offered in areas with at least a two per- APH, and Hemp. In the hemp presentation she disrupting." We appreciate the feedback and welcent chance of getting hit by a hurricane.
shared that there are 21 states with APH Plan come additional comments from other attendees.
Iowa
During the first day, Ashleigh Russell, Chris availability. In 2019, Colorado, Kentucky, and
For the first attempt at a major training weLindsay, Jessica Trites Rolle, Lynnette Dillon, North Carolina had reported the most hemp binar we were pleased with the outcome. There
Nebraska
and Mollie Dvorak, all from NCIS, explained acreage to the Farm Service Agency. She noted are, however, a few minor things that will be done
Indiana
changes to crop policies and procedure. Their that there have been requests to expand the pro- differently for future conferences.
We learned
presentations included updates on the Written gram to additional states for the 2021 crop year.
that Illinois
presentations in a webinar setting are much
Agreement Handbook, Crop Insurance HandIsac Shelton and Ben Marcy of RMA dis- different than an in-person setting, for both the
book, and General Standards Handbook. They cussed Nursery Value Select and the Large presenters and attendees. For future virtual conalso covered policies, endorsements, and forms, Claims Process. Pam Bollinger of RMA provided ferences, we intend to work with the presenters to
Kansas
as well as updates to the Dairy Revenue
Protec- a COVID-19 update, and in her presentation, she make the presentations more engaging. We also
Missouri
tion policy and Multi-County Enterprise Units. referenced several bulletins released by RMA per- plan to emphasize the need to highlight key takeRoss Heiman, RMA, provided an update on taining to COVID-19. There is now a COVID-19 aways from each presentation.
Kentucky
the Production and Revenue History Pilot for section that can be found on the RMA website,
Several survey respondents
suggested that
strawberries. His colleagues, Erin Albright and www.rma.usda.gov. There, AIPs will find a link NCIS break up the training materials and allow
Exposed Acres
Creation Date: November
2019
Sarah Kliethermes, presented an
update
on≤10,000
the for
the bulletins,
FAQs,
and press releases.Map
There
for27, more
time away from the computer screen.
≤2,000
≤20,000
≤30,000
≤82,000
Layer Credits: USDA & NOAA
Source: USDA Risk Management Agency
map depicts
the total Risk
acres of land exposed
to a higher
risk of flood duelink
to breached,
unrepaired
levees that are subject
Common Crop Insurance PolicyThis
and
Area
is also
a second
with
COVID-19
information
Many
Data Current Date: November
26, 2019 emphasized that it is difficult to focus in
to the 2020 Breached Levee Special Provision of Insurance statement. It illustrates the total number of cropland acres within
Map Projection: USA Contiguous Albers Equal Area Conic
the county exposed by these levee breaches.
RMA Risk Management Services Division
Protection Insurance Basic Provisions.
They and resources for farmers.
front of a screen4for long periods of time so future
also provided a Coarse Grains Crop Provisions
At the end of the conference, NCIS staff Dean conferences will likely include more frequent
update and Andrew Mawson, also of RMA, dis- Strasser, Jessica Trites Rolle, Loretta Sobba, Mark breaks. Staff will also start working on a plan to
cussed the Quality Loss Option.
Flohr, and Therese Stom provided information possibly host the conference over a series of more
Collin Olsen, Topeka Regional Office, provid- on policy and procedure changes for Whole Farm than just two days.
Another recurring suggestion was that preed a Breached Levee Repair Update in response Revenue Protection, IT, Crop-Hail, and more.
Following the completion of the conference, senters include practical examples in their mato the new risks caused by the Presented at the 2021 NCIS Train‐the‐Trainer Fall Conference
floods in 2019.
asked to respond to a survey to terials. There were other
recommendations from
There are 24 counties in Missouri, Kansas, and attendees were
Breached Levy Repair ‐
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July 14‐15, 2020
The information displayed in this map is intended to serve as an aid in displaying data provided or stored by the Risk Management Agency. It does not modify, replace or supersede any USDA published policy provisions orprocedures.
Maps created by USDA Risk Management Agency are for spatial and visual context for depicting the basic information for "where". Maps are not considered a survey. General Reference Only
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