After migrating birds ate 10 acres of broccoli, cauliflower and kale in February, Patty McManus-Huber, promotions coordinator for Nash’s Organic Produce, started an online gofundme account to help offset some of their losses expected this spring. They’ve set a $20,000 goal. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

After migrating birds ate 10 acres of broccoli, cauliflower and kale in February, Patty McManus-Huber, promotions coordinator for Nash’s Organic Produce, started an online gofundme account to help offset some of their losses expected this spring. They’ve set a $20,000 goal. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Nash’s Organic Produce starts online campaign after birds eat spring crops

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