The flood of 2011 is one that most residents on both sides of the Missouri, both in Nebraska and Iowa, won’t soon forget. Bridges and, in places, even the interstate washed out, farmland was flooded, and houses were destroyed. For me, it meant taking the long way to Kansas City, which added more than an hour to the three-hour drive, and I didn’t return to Iowa for years after. Natural disasters destroy crops and businesses all the time, though it seems fair to say that few if any are impacted more profoundly than a small winery. And, of course, all of this happened during a recession…[read more]*
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