Remembering the NE Louisiana Flood of 2016

The 2016 harvest season is over for the most part, but this growing season certainly did NOT start out the way anyone ever wanted.  The rains came down and just would not stop for a very long time.

Here are just some of the images captured by Tammi Arender of the LSU AgCenter of those devastating floodwaters in northeast Louisiana.

Farmer Chris Johnson looks at his corn crop underwater in Monroe, eastern Ouachita Parish. A combine and other implements stranded in standing water off highway 165, north in Ouachita Parish. A combine and other implements stranded in standing water off highway 165, north in Ouachita Parish. 

Farmer Chris Johnson looks at his corn crop underwater in Monroe, eastern Ouachita Parish. A combine and other implements stranded in standing water off highway 165, north in Ouachita Parish. A combine and other implements stranded in standing water off highway 165, north in Ouachita Parish. 

A combine and other implements stranded in standing water off highway 165, north in Ouachita Parish. Hay bale in a flooded pasture in western West Carroll Parish

A combine and other implements stranded in standing water off highway 165, north in Ouachita Parish. Hay bale in a flooded pasture in western West Carroll Parish

Hay bale in a flooded pasture in western West Carroll Parish

Hay bale in a flooded pasture in western West Carroll Parish