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From Washington State Farm Bureau NewsWatch:

August 16:

CHELAN/DOUGLAS COUNTY FARM BUREAU WILL CONTRIBUTE $500 TO RELIEF efforts for farmers in the Klamath Basin whose water was shut off this spring by the federal government. Mark Klicker, Eastern Washington field director for the Washington Farm Bureau, will present the county Farm Bureau's check to Montana's "Convoy of Tears" as it passes through Walla Walla on its way to Klamath Falls, Ore. The convoy of pickup trucks carrying food, animal feed and supplies for the farmers will join up with convoys from Nevada and California on Tuesday. Grant, Lewis, and Franklin county Farm Bureaus have also contributed $500 to relief efforts.

August 15:

THE GRANT COUNTY FARM BUREAU IS CHALLENGING THE OTHER COUNTY FARM Bureaus in Washington to contribute $500 to Klamath Falls, Ore., food banks or a relief fund for Klamath Basin farmers who had their water shut off this spring by government regulators. Thus far, the Lewis County and Franklin County Farm Bureaus have taken up the challenge. Checks may be sent to the Klamath Relief Fund, P.O. Box 5252, Klamath Falls, OR 97601; Klamath-Lake Counties Food Bank, 304 Vandenberg Dr., Suite 41, Klamath Falls, OR 97603; or the Klamath County Farm Bureau, 4240 Highway 39, Klamath Falls, OR 97603.

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