by Dan Cassidy
Judging from editorials in the Upper Missouri River Basin following the Great Flood of 2011, you would think major changes are in order. They argue last year’s event was a call to action; an affirmation of their long-held belief the system is broken.
These pundits don’t envision a system of strong levees, river commerce and production agriculture. They see the Great Flood of 2011 as further proof