Flood Plan Components: Get permission to dig

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Flood Plan Components

Get Permission to Dig

Open ground lies around many agricultural facilities. The soil from those areas could be useful to fill sandbags or to build a temporary dike to protect buildings.

But you should always receive written permission from the landowner before a flood that will allow you to use the field if it ever becomes necessary. Before any flooding, negotiate compensation and identify any buried utilities or tile in the area.

 


 

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