The drought and wildfires in Texas have taken a horrible toll over the past year. Please consider donating to the TOFGA. Thank you! bc
"The Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (TOFGA) today
announced its Disaster Relief Fund to support farmers and ranchers
who have suffered due to the recent wildfires and severe drought.
"Our members are small family farms and ranches that cannot absorb
the losses from these disastrous fires and drought conditions,"
said Sue Beckwith President of TOFGA.
TOFGA urges every Texan to support sustainable family farmers.
"Texas does not have enough farmers who are producing clean and
safe food for our families," said Brad Stufflebeam of Home Sweet
Farm, a farm in Brenham that supplies fresh produce to families in
Houston. "We can't afford to lose any local producers."
Farmers in Iowa are donating certified organic hay to help Texas
farmers. "This is an incredible gift," stated Cameron Molberg,
General Manager of Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill in Elgin. "We
need to raise the money to pay for trucking to get it down here."
To contribute to the Disaster Relief Fund, please visit tofga.org/
Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association is an 501(c)3
educational non-profit organization supporting the people who
produce and provide organic and sustainable food in Texas through
education, production and marketing support.
For more information, please visit tofga.org. If you are a TOFGA
member needing relief, please visit tofga.org/relief and register.
Contact: Sue Beckwith, email@example.com, 512-496-1244"