Please Donate Now to #LakeCountyRising – Valley Fire Relief Fund
We are saddened by the terrible fire and losses in the Lake County community, and our thoughts go out to all who have lost so much in the Valley Fire. Please give what you can to help provide relief to victims of the Valley Fire and other 2015 fires that have devastated much of the region. Your generous donation will be used to support rebuilding efforts focused on livelihood, housing, and community needs.
Lake County Wine Alliance
P.O. Box 530
Kelseyville, CA 95451
Download a one-page information sheet on #LakeCountyRising that you can email or print (PDF).
Download our FAQs for answers to frequently asked questions.
Read the press release for more information about the #LakeCountyRising campaign to help rebuilding efforts.
USDA Offers Help to Fire-Affected Farmers and Ranchers: news release from USDA.
USDA Tree Assistance Program (TAP) provides financial assistance to qualifying growers for vines damaged by natural disasters.
USDA Rural Development can assist with housing for those with damaged residential property.
USDA Risk Management Agency provides federal crop insurance. Farmers should contact their crop insurance agent to discuss losses.
News & Information
Press Release: #LakeCountyRising Issues First Distribution Checks
Press Release: Beckstoffer Vineyards Contributes $50k to #LakeCountyRising
Video: Peter Molnar from Obsidian Ridge Winery talking about the #ValleyFire and the 2015 harvest: “We feel very grateful for this vintage. It will be one we will not forget for a long time.”
This fundraising effort is led by the Lake County Winegrape Commission, the Lake County Winery Association, and the Lake County Wine Alliance.
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