Gov. Walker seeks disaster declarations amid maple syrup, fruit tree losses

If granted, Wisconsin farmers could qualify for federal aid. "The hot conditions in March followed by a cold, wet April damaged many crops including Door County cherries and northern Wisconsin's maple syrup harvest," Gov. Scott Walker said.
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If granted, Wisconsin farmers could qualify for federal aid. "The hot conditions in March followed by a cold, wet April damaged many crops including Door County cherries and northern Wisconsin's maple syrup harvest," Gov. Scott Walker said.

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