Winter Storm - Rural Sheridan County, N. D. , September 23, 2010 -- Rather than replacing a series of damaged power lines (left), Verendrye Electric Cooperative installed solar panels (far right) to power a livestock well.  The cost-effective project received funding from FEMA's Public Assistance program, which helps local governments and certain private non-profits, like Verendrye Electric, repair or replace damaged infrastructure. Brian Hvinden/FEMA

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Winter Storm - Rural Sheridan County, N. D. , September 23, 2010 -- Rather than replacing a series of damaged power lines (left), Verendrye Electric Cooperative installed solar panels (far right) to power a livestock well. The cost-effective project received funding from FEMA's Public Assistance program, which helps local governments and certain private non-profits, like Verendrye Electric, repair or replace damaged infrastructure. Brian Hvinden/FEMA

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Title: Solar panels installed at a livestock well in North Dakota

Production Date: 09/23/2010

Caption: Rural Sheridan County, N. D. , September 23, 2010 -- Rather than replacing a series of damaged power lines (left), Verendrye Electric Cooperative installed solar panels (far right) to power a livestock well. The cost-effective project received funding from FEMA's Public Assistance program, which helps local governments and certain private non-profits, like Verendrye Electric, repair or replace damaged infrastructure. Brian Hvinden/FEMA

Photographer Name: Brian Hvinden

City/State: Rural Sheridan County, ND

Disasters: North Dakota Severe Winter Storm (DR-1901)

Disaster Types: Winter Storm

Categories: Mitigation ^ Public Assistance
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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