It’s the home of more than 1 out of 10 Americans. All by itself, it’s one of the ten biggest economies in the world. It’s the source of much of America’s fresh produce.

And it has a fatal flaw that could render it largely inhabitable for three to five years: poorly built, badly maintained levees.

Part Three of a three-part series.


Faulty levees in Washington DC?
California’s levees are even worse