Okanogan County: Fencing in the Rebuild!

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If you have experience running fence lines of 3 to 5 strand barbed wired cattle fencing; wood corner posts; wood H braces for tensioners with metal posts, contact Rosalee Mohney.

By Rosalee Mohney | Photos by Andy O’Donnell

Fencing along land in Okanogan County helps keep livestock inside for overall safety.

When we think of the devastation from the historic Okanogan County fires of recent years, it is easy to overlook a critical aspect of an agriculturally-heavy area. The folks that own and manage the land suffered the loss of miles and miles of fencing, which is critical to their livelihoods. If you are a cattle rancher, fencing is absolutely necessary to keep cattle on their own rangeland and for their own protection.

Much of the fencing has been replaced, but there is still a need for help! If you have had experience running fence lines of 3 to 5 strand barbed wired cattle fencing; wood corner posts; wood H braces for tensioners with metal posts – you are especially needed and your help would be appreciated.


Please consider helping with this for a couple of days or longer. For additional information and questions, please contact Rosalee Mohney at rmohney@comcast.net.

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