FISHERS, IN – Base Camp Leasing is proud to support Farm Rescue, an organization that provides assistance to farm and ranch families in Mid Western States and has assisted over 800 families in crisis since 2006. The support that BCL provides will help farming communities and families in need in 2022.

“Base Camp Leasing can provide farm and ranch families with additional annual income. We’re excited to support Farm Rescue and help with their mission to help sustain these farms and ranches.” JT Kreager, CEO Base Camp Leasing.

“Farm Rescue and other community-focused nonprofits, rely on local sponsor and donor support to fund operational and outreach programs. This funding is vital to serving the important missions that help sustain our local communities. Farm Rescue provides a hand-up, rather than a hand-out to the farm and ranch families we serve. The positive impact created by this synergy is far-reaching as a humanitarian mission. It is simply the right thing to do in support of all humankind! We are grateful to have such a partnership with Base Camp Leasing”

Tim Sullivan, Sr Development Officer.

About Farm Rescue:  The mission of Farm Rescue is to help family farms and ranches bridge crises so they have an opportunity to continue viable operations. Farm Rescue provides planting, haying, harvesting and livestock feeding assistance to farm and ranch families that have experienced a major injury, illness or natural disaster. They have assisted over 800 farm and ranch families since their inception in 2005! Farm Rescue gives families a chance to continue their livelihood by providing the necessary equipment and manpower (free of charge) to get the job done. Click here to donate to Farm Rescue.

About Base Camp Leasing:  Base Camp Leasing was established in 1999 and developed a mutually beneficial business model to serve both landowners and hunters alike. Base Camp Leasing has led the way in the hunting lease industry and continues to expand into new states. Base Camp Leasing is “Powered by the American Landowner”, where we see first-hand the joy, memories, and trusted relationships between our landowners and hunters.