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Oregon Wildfire Resources


Small Farms, Local Food and Wildfires

Southern Oregon Mutual Aid 

Facebook Group – Animal evacuation and assistance group 

Free Uhaul Storage  

Oregon Wildfire Resources  

Willamette Valley Wildfire Updates and Resources

PNW Animal Natural Disaster/Fire Evacuation Resource Group

Wildfires, Smoke and Livestock

Caring for Livestock Before Disaster 

Caring for Livestock During Disaster 

Caring for Livestock After Disaster 

Wildfire Preparedness for Horse Owners 

Assessing and Caring for Cattle after Wildfires from Texas A&M 

Pets and Wildfire Smoke

Disaster Preparedness for Farm Animals 

Oregon Food and Beverage Wildfire Recovery Coordination 

Apply For The USDA Farm Service Agency Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP)

ODA Animal Track to register your missing livestock or pets



Unete Immigrant Fire Relief Fund to support agricultural workers

GoFundMe – Small Farms Affected By Wildfires 

Pacific NW Wildfire Animal Rescue  

GoFundMe – Santiam Fire 

Our Family Farms – Donate to shelter farm workers affected by the fires

Equitable Giving Circle  – Collecting N95 masks and respirators for farmers ( Drop off donations at Arrow Coffee 4943 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland)

Rogue Valley Relief Fund

United Way of Lane County Wildfire Relief Fund


***Oregon Department of Agriculture is providing  a limited supply  of KN95 NIOSH approved masks for agriculture workers who are having to work out in the smoke at this time (and for COVID protection).  The masks that were distributed previously are a looser fit design and may not be as effective for smoke as NIOSH certified masks. Currently there is a limited supply of masks being distributed by County Extension offices who are in impacted areas (so not all counties).  The best way for people to find out if there are any available is to call their County Extension office.  Some counties have distributed to partner organizations already.***

Here is the information we have gathered so far:

CROOK COUNTY Extension Office – 

498 SE Lynn Blvd, Prineville Hours for pick up: M-F. 8 am – 12 pm, 1 pm – 5 pm You can also call to arrange a pick up time. 541-447-6228 

DESCHUTES COUNTY Extension Service –

3800 SW Airport Way Building #4, Redmond Hours for pick-up: M-F 8:30 am – 4:30 pm You can also call to arrange pick up time. 541-548-6088 

JEFFERSON COUNTY – Central Oregon Ag Research and Extension Center 

Please call the Jefferson County Extension Office for a list of locations. 541-475-7107 


Please call the Warm Springs Extension Office for pick up information. 541-553-3238


The Lane County Extension main line  (541) 344-5859 .  While the office is closed, they will arrange a pick up time with you.  Please leave the number of farm workers, the time frames you could come by (before 5pm), and your phone number


Please contact


Call the main Benton County Extension Office: 541-713-5011.

If possible, reduce outdoor physical activity during work. If you need to work outdoors, wear a mask that filters at least 95% of airborne particles (N95/KN95 masks).   Cloth masks will not offer adequate protection.  A tight fit is important for protection from smoke and particulates.  Facial hair can interfere with effectiveness.   Even after the smoke lifts this level of protection is required as ash and particulates will remain.