Farm, ranch and industry groups continue efforts to help affected livestock producers impacted by the Anderson Creek fire.
This page is for those impacted and those willing to help by connecting those donating supplies like fencing and building materials and labor to those in need.
"We know people are anxious to jump in and help," Rich Felts, President of Kansas Farm Bureau, says. "Neighbors help neighbors in our state, and we are blessed. This will be a long-term project, and the goal of this site is to aid in the recovery process."
To make a monetary contribution to the KFB Foundation for Fire Relief
- Jennifer Theurer, Comanche County
- Zel Polf, Barber County
- Nancy Brown, Kansas Farm Bureau
- Serita Blankenship, Kansas Farm Bureau
K-State Research and Ext - Wildfire effects on various grasses
Producers might not know exactly how grasses will be impacted by wildfires until the next growing season, but a K-State Research and Extension range management specialist has guidelines that may help producers make the best management decisions possible.