A family farm in western California has closed for the year due to the wildfire.
The family farm at the base of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is owned by Hartunh Family Farms, which operates more than 4,000 acres of farmland.
Hartuung Family Farm, located near Hwy.
565 and the California-Oregon border, is one of several farms owned by the Hartong Family that are also experiencing a severe fire season.
The closure comes after the Hartsons said they are closing up shop to prepare for the closure.
“This is going to be the last year we’re open,” said Mike Hartung, the Hsons’ farm manager.
“We are going to need a lot of help.”
The Hartson family has been the primary tenant at the farm since 1872.
They are one of the oldest family farmers in the state and have operated the farm for more than 200 years.
“There’s a lot going on here, and a lot will be affected, but the Hetts will be there,” said Chris Hartung.
They’re the people who know what’s best for us.”
Hartuntons daughter, Kim Hartung Hartuck, is also on the Harteduck family farm.
She said she and her husband are looking forward to the new year and the start of a new chapter.
“It’s been a very tough year for us,” said Kim Hartuck.
“The weather was terrible.
There were a lot [of] fires and things that have happened.
It’s been tough, but it’s also a very positive thing.
I’m very happy that I’m able to have a new year, and I’m looking forward.”
Firefighting crews have been working for weeks to contain the fire.
The fire has forced the closure of more than 100 other farms and the closure to all non-essential operations.
Many of the affected farms are owned by local communities that are experiencing significant drought conditions.
Many people are looking for relief in food and other services.
The Hartuns are offering free food to anyone who needs it, and the HARTUNTONS will be providing assistance with the distribution of emergency food.
The Department of Food and Agriculture is also offering free emergency supplies.
In a statement, DFO says there is an abundance of emergency preparedness in the region, including water, food, fuel and other supplies.
DFO is providing a $1,500 food pantry and is distributing emergency food to help people get their needs met.
In addition, the Department of Public Health is providing free, confidential health screenings to people in the affected area, the agency said.
More than 500 people have been relocated to shelters and are being offered housing at the community center in Aliso Viejo, California.