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Topic - Scott Olson
"I'd like to pass my land and my heritage down to my children," Olson said. "With the direction this river is going, if it continues to be an ongoing flood over the years, I won't have much to pass down to them."
Olson said he joined the lawsuit and helped recruit farmers his family had sold farm equipment to over the years because he wants the land to remain productive farmland.