Mother Nature In Charge: Devils Lake Life Stories





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Published on Apr 17, 2012

Devils Lake area residents' lives and homes have been torn apart by the expanding lake that has engulfed the basin since hard rains began in 1993. Mother Nature In Charge: Devils Lake Life Stories examines the plight of the area's frustrated residents including: horse farm owner Tammy Tollefson, whose only access in and out of her property is a duck boat; Dan Wester, a farmer who has already had to burn one farm to the ground and is trying to keep his operation above water, so to speak; Harriet Horner-Larson now living in Fordville, who has been forces to raze two houses because of raging waters and unlivable conditions; and miles away in Churches Ferry, mayor Pauld Christenson is nearly the last man standing as the tiny town is on the verge of de-consolidating.

Production funding has been provided by Ramsey National Bank & Trust Company, Bergstrom Cars, Nodak Electric Cooperative, Devils Lake Basin Joint Water Resource Board, and by the members of Prairie Public.

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