Hear from folks who were on the ground in Central Iowa during the Derecho storm in August. Despite Iowa’s history of weather extremes, the state struggled to bring relief to those affected. This episode focuses on the 14 million acres of crops that were flattened and shares how Iowa farmers are grappling with the storm’s aftermath. 

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