Farmer helps post-Harvey

Farmer Jason Culver, owner of Farmscapes Land Management, drove a trailer-load of hay to Texas following Hurricane Harvey earlier this month. Culver’s trip was financed by local businesses and individuals. Photo submitted

MILLERTON — Pine Plains native Jason Culver, owner of Farmscapes Land Management in Millerton, which primarily provides agricultural fencing for livestock, delivered a trailer-load of much-needed hay and grain to farmers in Texas following Hurricane Harvey.  Culver left early Tuesday, Sept. 5, and  arrived in Texas overnight Thursday, Sept. 7.  He just returned to New York last week.

Culver’s mission was supported by many local individuals and businesses, including the Bank of Millbrook, which helped to offset the fuel costs for the trip.

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