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Local farming community feels impacts of COVID-19 restrictions

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Washington dairy farmers are being told to prepare their workforce for the possibility of a statewide lockdown. Washington State Dairy Federation Executive Director Dan Wood tells Dillon his organization is advising farmers to prepare letters that employees can carry to verify their travel is legall
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Washington dairy farmers are being told to prepare their workforce for the possibility of a statewide lockdown. Washington State Dairy Federation Executive Director Dan Wood tells Dillon his organization is advising farmers to prepare letters that employees can carry to verify their travel is legally allowed should a "shelter in place" order go into effect in the state. Recent federal memos designate farm employees among "essential critical infrastructure workers," but some farmers have expressed concern that workers may not feel confident traveling to and from farms if the state puts a full lockdown in place. Dillon also talks with Sustainable Connections' Food and Farming Program Director Sara Southerland about her group's efforts to connect small farmers with consumers in the face of COVID-19 restrictions. And Aneka Sweeney with the Whatcom Conservation District checks in with an update about changing plans for the district's upcoming events.
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