By Leslie Marchand
As a farmer, rancher or gardener, you know the devastating impact a natural disaster can have – not only for you, your family and your home but also for your livestock, your crops and your livelihood.
You prepare for the possibility of a major weather event, you watch the forecast and you respond with quick thinking and action in the moment. You make decisions for the survival & safety of all involved and you weather the storm. News crews, loved ones and concerned citizens come out of the woodwork during and shortly after the storm to help.
But what happens after the storm?