Early signs indicate that northern California’s wine industry isn’t ruined beyond repair and that much of its 2017 business can be rescued.
The destruction will have a major impact for years to come on the region’s famed wine grape industry
Months after the Feather River inundated Matt Bozzo's prune orchard, the Yuba City grower harvests an "average" crop with good quality fruit.
Northern California prune grower pleased with production after winter floods threatened to destroy orchards
Storm tore through Georgia's pecan orchards.
USDA Rural Development is partnering with FEMA.
Extreme weather delivered catastrophic disasters over the last month as hurricanes brought large-sized chunks of America’s Heartland to its knees
Official economic losses are expected to be available soon.
Hurricane arrived as growers were set to wrap up harvest.
Georgia is nation's second-largest cotton producer, also top chicken producer.