Marin farmland trust allots $250K for drought aid

May 20, 2021

The Marin Agricultural Land Trust has allocated $250,000 for a grants program to help Marin County farmers and ranchers adapt to the drought. Thane Kreiner, trust’s new chief executive, said the organization created the initiative — called Drought Resilience and Water Security, or DRAWS — in response to pleas for help from members of the agricultural community.

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