msn.com 18 Sep, 2020 01:45 am

ADAI launches Hurricane Sally Damage Assessment Survey

The Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries (ADAI) is launching a damage assessment survey for producers who have experienced agricultural damage from Hurricane Sally. According to ADAI, this information could be helpful to federal and state leaders in the wake of the hurricane. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who experienced significant damage during this powerful hurricane,” said Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries...

Previous Next WZDX Huntsville p p The Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries (ADAI) is launching a damage assessment survey for producers who have experienced agricultural damage from Hurricane Sally.“Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who experienced significant damage during this powerful hurricane,” said Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries Rick Pate.“Alabama farmers have already faced economic hardships this year due to market instability, trade concerns and the coronavirus pandemic.” Click here to complete the agriculture damage survey.

According to ADAI, this information could be helpful to federal and state leaders in the wake of the hurricane.IN OTHER NEWS:  Crews from Huntsville Utilities are heading to the Gulf Coast

Read full story at msn.com