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National Resources

Farm Aid Hotline


If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

National Suicide Hotline


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Are you are in crisis? Be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.

(800) 273-TALK / (800) 273-8255


Mediation Resources

FSA Fact Sheets

This FSA fact sheet from 2016 has up to date info explaining mediation programs and listing the state contacts for existing mediation programs.


Disaster Resources

Farmers Legal Action Group

FLAG offers a number of guides and updates about federal risk management and disaster programs that can help protect your farm business against natural disasters. A good place to start is their Farmers’ Guide To Disaster Assistance, written by flag attorneys to explain FEMA assistance, federal crop insurance, USDA’s Non-Insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program and emergency loans from USDA’s Farm Service Agency.

Rural Advancement Foundation International

RAFI-USA has a fantastic set of resources to help you navigate Disaster Programs, including information covering disaster preparedness and disaster recovery.

Specialty Crop Growers

Farmers who grow specialty crops often face a unique set of hurdles in securing crop insurance and risk management tools.


State Resources

Click on your state to learn more

Alabama
Alabama Agricultural Mediation Program

The Alabama Agricultural Mediation Program is a USDA – certified state program that offers mediation services to Alabama Agricultural farmers, their creditors, and USDA Agencies.

(334) 240-7151

mediation@agi.alabama.gov

Alaska
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Arizona
Arizona Agricultural Mediation Program

Mediation is a useful tool to address difficult conflicts by bringing all the parties together, facilitating discussions, allowing meaningful dialogue to occur, and acting as a neutral third party with no decision making authority. If the mediation is successful, the parties negotiate a settlement agreement. Mediation can be a lower-cost and less stressful alternative to the court system.

(480) 496-5926

janet.wertsch@azagmediation.org

Arkansas
Arkansas Development Finance Authority

One may simply say that mediation is a way for a person to help two other people to “settle their problem.” But mediation always seems to require more discussion to fully understand. In fact, it is fair to say that the only way one can truly understand mediation is to go through a number of mediation sessions in different categories of disputes to fully grasp the process.

(501) 682-5895

brad.henry@adfa.arkansas.gov

California
California Agricultural Mediation Program

The California Agricultural Mediation Program (CALAMP) is the official United States Department of Agriculture certified agricultural mediation program for California. CALAMP’s services are free to the agricultural community on many issues. Mediation is a way to resolve disputes using an impartial person to assist parties negotiate their differences.

(802) 583-1100

matts@emcenter.org

Colorado
Colorado Agricultural Mediation Program

The Colorado Agricultural Mediation Program helps farmers and ranchers who are dealing with contentious issues, such as: private and federal loan programs, crop insurance, wetlands, CRP, and rural housing.

(888) 358-8837

marka.gallegos@state.co.us

Connecticut
The Connecticut Agricultural Mediation Program

The Connecticut Agricultural Mediation Program (CTAMP), administered through the Quinnipiac University School of Law Center on Dispute Resolution, provides mediation and other conflict resolution services to Connecticut’s agricultural and rural community. Certified and sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), CTAMP’s services are available state-wide at little or no cost for USDA customers.

(800) 870-2577

CTAMP@Quinnipiac.edu

Delaware
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Florida
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Georgia
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Hawaii
The Hawaii Agricultural Mediation Program

The Hawaii Agricultural Mediation Program (HIAMP) is the official United States Department of Agriculture certified agricultural mediation program for Hawaii. HIAMP provides free mediation services to the agricultural community to help resolve disputes before they end up in court.

(802) 583-1100

matts@emcenter.org

Idaho
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Illinois
Illinois Agricultural Mediation Program

The Illinois Agricultural Mediation Program (IAMP) is the state certified mediation program for the state of Illinois. The program assists agricultural producers, creditors, and others directly affected by the actions or decisions of the USDA in resolving disputes arising under USDA programs. We also handle cases brought through Rural Housing and Ag decisions.

(618) 549-1300

iamp@dri-inc.org

Indiana
Rural Services of Indiana, Inc.

This project provides mediation services to rural residents, producers, their creditors, and other persons directly affected by actions of USDA agencies. Mediation is a means for parties in a dispute to exchange information and to explore options in a non-binding setting. Through mediation, parties work toward a resolution while avoiding the cost and time usually involved in pursuing administrative appeals or litigation.

(800) 288-6581

ramor@comcast.net

Iowa
Iowa Concern Hotline

Iowa Concern Hotline is a program of the Iowa State University Extension service and provides access to an attorney for legal education, stress counselors, and Information and Referral services. The web site features and extensive Frequently Asked Questions database for legal, finance, crisis and disaster, and personal health issues. The web site also features a live chat service where one can connect with a stress counselor and talk one-on-one in a secure environment. All services are available 24/7 at no charge. The Iowa Concern Hotline is also connected to the IA Farmlink program for new and retiring farmers, and to the Beginning Farmer Center, Sowing the Seeds of Hope, and Agriwellness to strengthen their range of services.

(800) 447-1985

Iowa Mediation Service

Iowa law provides for several types of rural mediation, including farmer-creditor, farm nuisance, and care and feeding contracts. These types of mediation are mandatory under the Iowa Code 654. In each case, the requesting party makes a formal application to Iowa Mediation Service, providing contact information and details of the dispute when appropriate. Our receipt of the request starts a 42-day period, 21 days during which the responding party has a chance to decide on mediation, and if mediation is desired, a further 21 days for Iowa Mediation Service to schedule a session.

(515) 331-8081

info@iowamediationservice.com

Kansas
Kansas Agricultural Mediation Services

Kansas Agricultural Mediation Services is here to assist you with your agricultural questions. We have been providing Kansas producers with legal, financial and mediation services for over 25 years.

(800) 321-3276

kams@ksu.edu

Kentucky
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Louisiana
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Maine
Maine Statewide Crisis & Suicide Prevention Hotline

If you are concerned about yourself or somebody else, call the Maine Statewide Crisis Hotline to be connected to your closest crisis center.

(888) 568-1112

Maryland
Maryland Agricultural Conflict Resolution Service

​Maryland Agricultural Conflict Resolution Service is the official US Department of Agriculture (USDA)-certified agricultural mediation program for Maryland, offering confidential assistance to help resolve agriculture related issues in a productive environment.

(800) 492-5590

kay-megan.washington1@maryland.gov

Massachusetts
Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration

Since 2002, MOPC has been providing a range of services for agricultural issues through its USDA-sponsored MA Agricultural Mediation Program. The AgMed Program helps resolve disputes, involving farm loans, price support payments, wetland determinations, conservation compliance, and conservation. The program promotes the use of mediation as a tool to prevent or minimize escalation of conflicts and to resolve conflicts at the earliest possible stage. In partnership with the MA Dept. of Agriculture (DAR) and other agricultural organizations, MOPC provides outreach and mediation services, conflict resolution training and support to municipal Agricultural Commissions appointed as town standing committees to help sustain the community’s farm businesses and farmlands. MOPC teaches commissioners how to prevent and manage conflict effectively, and provides access to professional mediators if they are not able to resolve the conflicts themselves.

(888) 869-1898

mopc@umb.edu

Michigan
Michigan Agricultural Mediation Program

The Michigan Agricultural Mediation Program (MAMP) helps resolve disputes between producers and their lenders, creditors or the USDA agencies with which they work.

(517) 334-0034

info@drcwm.org

Minnesota
Minnesota FirstLink 211

The FirstLink 211 Helpline is a simple, easy to remember, free number that connects callers to information about health and human services. 2-1-1 callers in North Dakota and Clay County, Minnesota, will be connected to FirstLink 2-1-1 Helpline, which provides confidential listening and support in addition to information and referral. Call specialists are also trained in crisis intervention, including suicide intervention.

(701) 235-7335

Farmer-Lender Mediation

Mediation is the use of a trained neutral facilitator —a mediator—to assist in the negotiations of parties in a dispute. Mediation is an informal and confidential process that generally requires less cost and time than adversarial court litigation.

(218) 935-5785

preis002@umn.edu

Farm and Rural Hotline

A new Farm & Rural Helpline is now available to Minnesota farmers and rural residents. The service, funded by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA), is free, confidential, and open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

(833) 600-2670

Mississippi
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Missouri
Missouri Agricultural Mediation Services

The Missouri Agricultural Mediation Program assists farmers and ranchers, their creditors and others directly affected in resolving disputes. This service helps in reducing participants’ costs associated with administrative appeals and litigation. Mediation services for agricultural related issues are available to all farmers and ranchers. Situations including tenant/landlord, borrower/lender and neighbor/neighbor may be settled using mediation as a form of dispute resolution. All U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) program participants who have disputes with USDA agencies may utilize mediation to help solve the dispute.

(701) 235-7335

Montana
Montana Department of Agriculture Mediation

Mediation is a process that helps disputing parties come together and have an open, honest and confidential discussion about the issues. A trained mediator helps the parties explore options that are available to them and find an end to the conflict through mutually agreed upon solutions. The mediator does not act as a judge, deciding who is right or wrong. The parties themselves control the result of the mediation and any agreement that is developed. Mediation is another tool to help agricultural producers and natural resource managers make wise decisions.

(406) 444-3144

Ag.mediation@mt.gov

Nebraska
Center for Rural Affairs

The Center for Rural Affairs is a nationally recognized policy analysis and advocacy organization focused on the upper Midwest and Great Plains. Among its several programs, the Center offers a Sustainable Options Hotline that provides information to organic and sustainable farmers and ranchers, including those beginners looking to get started in farming or ranching, on how they can use farm bill programs for their operations. The hotline is part of the Center’s larger mission to establish strong rural communities, social and economic justice, environmental stewardship and genuine opportunity for all.

(402) 687-2100

Nebraska Rural Response Hotline

Interchurch Ministries of NE is the state’s ecumenical organization which houses the Farm Crisis Response Council that oversees the Nebraska Rural Response Hotline. The hotline provides phone counseling vouchers for one-on-one counseling, financial, and/or legal advice. The Hotline offers estate and transition planning workshops. We also assist beginning farmer/ranchers and retiring farmer/ranchers on programs available to them. The hotline also does outreach to farm youth about stress reduction and farm safety.

(800) 464-0258

Nebraska Negotiations Program

The Negotiations Program uses mediation as an effective means to resolve agricultural disputes. The mediation process maintains confidentiality, fosters positive relationships, allows you a voice in the solution, and is cost effective.

(800) 446-4071

karla.bahm@nebraska.gov

Nevada
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

New Hampshire
The New Hampshire Agricultural Mediation Program

The New Hampshire Agricultural Mediation Program (NHAMP) is the official United States Department of Agriculture certified agricultural mediation program for New Hampshire. NHAMP provides free mediation services to the agricultural community to help resolve disputes before they end up in court.

(802) 583-1100

matts@emcenter.org

New Jersey
New Jersey Agricultural Mediation

Farmers, neighbors, and muncipalities may use the free Agricultural Mediation Program to help resolve Right to Farm-related issues. In the event of a Right to Farm dispute, mediation may be used as an alternative to the formal complaint and public hearing process outlined in the Right to Farm Act. Parties interested in mediation are encouraged to request mediation early on, such as before any formal public hearings have begun or even before a formal complaint has been filed.

(609) 984-2504

sadc@ag.state.nj.us

New Mexico
New Mexico Agricultural Mediation Program

The New Mexico Agricultural Mediation Program (NMAMP) mediates agricultural disputes between farmers and ranchers and USDA throughout the State of New Mexico. The program is administered by the Cooperative Extension Service at New Mexico State University and has been certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

(800) 289-6577

emw@nmsu.edu

New York
New York FarmNet

The NY FarmNet has many resources available for farmers who call their 24/7 hotline. These include a resource library, referral network, on farm consultants, workshops, and a website. On-farm consultants help provide free and confidential solutions to a range of issues involving finances, farm changes, disaster, stress, family communication and conflict. NYFarmNet also does commodity work with dairy, tree fruit and grapes.

(800) 547-FARM / (800) 547-3276

NYS Agricultural Mediation Program

The New York State Agricultural Mediation Program (NYSAMP) provides the agricultural community with the opportunity to communicate clearly and negotiate effectively in order to find fair and workable solutions to challenges they face. Decisions are made by the people directly involved, and not by mediators or outside authorities. Mediation through NYSAMP is completely confidential. Consultations to discuss mediation and whether it might be useful in a specific situation are also confidential. NYSAMP partners with affiliated mediation centers in order to provide services to agricultural producers in every county of New York State.

(866) 669-7267

claudia@nysdra.org

North Carolina
North Carolina Agricultural Mediation Program

For almost a decade, the North Carolina Agricultural Mediation Program (NCAMP) has been working with North Carolina residents to resolve disputes with the US Department of Agriculture.

(336) 303-0466

ncampoutreach@bellsouth.net

North Dakota
North Dakota FirstLink 211

The FirstLink 211 Helpline is a simple, easy to remember, free number that connects callers to information about health and human services. 2-1-1 callers in North Dakota and Clay County, Minnesota, will be connected to FirstLink 2-1-1 Helpline, which provides confidential listening and support in addition to information and referral. Call specialists are also trained in crisis intervention, including suicide intervention.

(701) 235-7335

North Dakota Mediation Service

A program of the North Dakota Department of Agriculture, the North Dakota Mediation Ser­vice (formerly the North Dakota Agricultural Mediation Service), was established in 1984 to help financially distressed farmers and ranch­ers through assistance with credit and financial matters and resolving disputes.

(701) 328-4158

ndms@nd.gov

Ohio
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Oklahoma
Oklahoma Agricultural Mediation Program

OAMP, Inc. has been helping people in agriculture resolve conflicts since 1987. Since becoming the first USDA-certified mediation provider for the state of Oklahoma, our professional mediators have helped thousands of farmers, ranchers and federal agencies work together to reach realistic, durable solutions to the challenges they face. I know how costly and stressful it is to leave the decision about one’s future in the hands of someone else, as would be the case in court or at a hearing. I am privileged to be part of a program that helps people talk about what really matters so they can reach their own solutions in mediation.

(800) 248-5465

mediation@ag.ok.gov

Oregon
Oregon Agricultural Mediation Program

Mediation is a useful tool to address difficult conflicts by bringing all the parties together, facilitating discussions, allowing meaningful dialogue to occur, and acting as a neutral third party with no decision making authority. If the mediation is successful, the parties negotiate a settlement agreement. Mediation can be a lower-cost and less stressful alternative to the court system.

(503) 986-4558

kwalker@oda.state.or.us

Pennsylvania
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Rhode Island
Rhode Island Agricultural Mediation Program

Mediation is a useful tool to address difficult conflicts by bringing all the parties together, facilitating discussions, allowing meaningful dialogue to occur, and acting as a neutral third party with no decision making authority. If the mediation is successful, the parties negotiate a settlement agreement. Mediation can be a lower-cost and less stressful alternative to the court system.

(855) 343 0072

info@cmcri.org

South Carolina
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

South Dakota
South Dakota Ag Finance Counseling

Ag Finance Counselors are available to both debtors and creditors involved in mediation. Counselors work closely with all parties to prepare them for mediation; including negotiation and restructuring of loans. They assess the situation while providing resources and options for a favorable outcome for all parties.

This service is provided free of charge to farmers and ranchers in South Dakota that are involved in voluntary or mandatory mediation. This program started in October 1984 and has assisted over 4,600 farmers and ranchers.

All information is strictly confidential.

(605) 280-4745

terri.labrie@state.sd.us

South Dakota Agricultural Mediation

The Farm Loan Mediation program was established in 1988 by the South Dakota legislature. Mediation helps agricultural creditors and debtors by bringing them together with a neutral person, called a mediator, who assists in resolving their financial disputes in a confidential setting. The goal of mediation is getting the borrower and lender to work together, discuss options and find the best solution for all involved. Mediation can be instrumental in avoiding litigation and resolving disputes.

(605) 280-4745

terri.labrie@state.sd.us

Tennessee
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Texas
Texas Rural Mediation Services

Texas Rural Mediation Services (TRMS) was established to address disputes among and between consumers, peers, businesses, agriculture producers, ranchers, creditors and various USDA agencies. In 2000, Governor George Bush appointed, and in 2004 Governor Perry reaffirmed, the Texas Dispute Resolution System to administer the USDA Mediation Program for Texas.

(866) 329-3522

drc@co.lubbock.tx.us

Utah
Utah Agricultural Mediation Program

The Utah Agricultural Medication Program (UAMP) mediates agricultural disputes between farmers and ranchers and USDA throughout the State of Utah. The program is administered by the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food and has been certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

(801) 538-4976

mure@utah.gov

Vermont
Vermont Farm First Hotline

Farm First (a 24/7 hotline) provides confidential help with any personal or work-related issue. We know that if left unaddressed, stress correlates with chronic health, safety, family and business problems. Consulting with a Farm First counselor or resource specialist (located statewide) can help you resolve problems before they mushroom into debilitating situations.

(877) 493-6216

The Vermont Agricultural Mediation Program

The Vermont Agricultural Mediation Program (VTAMP) is the official United States Department of Agriculture certified agricultural mediation program for Vermont. VTAMP provides free mediation services to the agricultural community to help resolve disputes before they end up in court.

(802) 583-1100

matts@emcenter.org

Virginia
Virginia Agricultural Mediation Program

Farming and debt often go hand in hand. The need for large investments in land and equipment requires most farmers to carry substantial debt. Sometimes debt load can lead to farm foreclosures, monetary penalties and major lifestyle changes. With these potential consequences, conflict and disputes are inevitable.

Randolph FarmWhen agriculture producers are involved in conflict, the added stress can prevent them from effectively managing their operation, particularly if the dispute concerns a financial issue.

The USDA Certified Virginia Agricultural Mediation Program (VAMP) offers a process to assist agricultural producers and other persons directly affected by the actions of the USDA to resolve disputes, thereby reducing participants’ costs associated with administrative appeals, litigation and bankruptcy.

(804) 524-5470

wjohnson@vsu.edu

Washington
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

West Virginia
Farm Aid Hotline

If you need to talk to someone directly, Farm Aid is here to listen and connect you to helpful resources in your area. You can call the farmer hotline and speak with the Farm Aid Farm Advocate Jennie and other Farm Aid staffers Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time.

(800) FARM-AID / (800) 327-6243

Wisconsin
Wisconsin Farm Center Helpline

The Wisconsin Farm Center offers a convenient resource for farmers and their families. Their services include business analysis, technical assistance, farm mediation, information and referrals and personal consultations. This office can also provide information for the Farm Link program, assistance with rural electric and power issues, as well as employment and training assistance. Best way to reach assistance is to call the hotline number listed.

(800) 942-2474

DATCP Farm Mediation

The goal of mediation is to help resolve issues by bridging the conflict gap to encourage communication. Mediation involves a neutral individual who helps facilitate negotiation and understanding between conflicting parties.​

(800) 942-2474

farmcenter@wi.gov​​

Wyoming
Wyoming Department of Agriculture Mediation Program

The Wyoming Agricultural & Natural Resource Mediation Program offers a process to assist Wyoming citizens in resolving their disputes in a way that is voluntary, confidential, low-cost and time-saving.

(888) 996-9278

lucy.pauley@wyo.gov


Drought Response Info

 


Due to an abnormally hot and dry summer, farmers in the high plains
and upper midwest are facing drought conditions and possible crop failures.

 

Minnesota

 

Minnesota Department
of Agriculture
Drought Response
Program

 

Montana

 

Montana Department
of Agriculture
Drought Management
Program

 

North Dakota

 

North Dakota
Department of Agriculture Drought
Hotline Map

 

South Dakota

 

South Dakota
Governor’s
Drought
Task Force


Report conditions in your area to the
National Drought Mitigation Center

USDA Drought Programs
and Assistance