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Flood & Storm Recovery Resources for Farmers

On July 9 and 10, New England and parts of New York experienced intense rain that led to devastating flooding.

Hardest hit was Vermont, where many farmers face catastrophic losses.  

As farmers across the region begin the process of recovery, we’re here to help connect you to resources. Below you’ll find resources by state. For additional help, reach out to your state department of agriculture, or your local United Way by dialing 211.

If you know of a resource not listed here, please email us at agr.dairyinnovation@vermont.gov. 

Storm & Flood Recovery Resources by State: 


Fill out the Vermont Agency of Agriculture’s Severe Weather and Flooding Loss & Damage Survey

Find a compilation of resources at the Vermont Agency of Agriculture website: Vermont 2023 Flooding Disaster Response and Recovery

UVM Extension: Disaster & Flood Recovery Resources

Vermont 211


Connecticut Disaster Relief Resources

Connecticut 211


United Way: Massachusetts Farm Resiliency Fund

2023 Agricultural Flooding Guidance and Resources

Massachusetts 211


Maine 211

Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry

New Hampshire: 

NH Department of Agriculture homepage has information for produce safety.

NOFA-NH is collecting information on flood impact to identify resources. Fill out the NOFA-NH impact form here.

New Hampshire 211

New York: 

NYS Ag Emergency Management

General Flood Resources: NYS Flood Resiliency Related Grants

New York 211


Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

Pennsylvania 211

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