Time to Take Action
Our Klamath Basin Water Crisis
Upholding rural Americans' rights to grow food,
own property, and caretake our wildlife and natural resources.

Michael Martin Murphey

Paragon Foundation presents Michael Martin Murphey, "singing cowboy poet", and 2004 Inductee into The Western Music Hall of Fame will be in Klamath Falls Sunday February 13th for a Klamath Basin Farmers benefit concert at the Ross Ragland Theater.  The matinee performance starts at 3 pm and tickets are $37.00, $32.00 and $25.00.  Call the Ross Ragland box office for more information and tickets - (541) 884-LIVE.


Murphey, a lover of the outdoors, has a strong commitment to issues regarding farmers and ranchers, open space, and management of natural resources.  In an email to the Klamath Basin, Murphey stated:  "I consider the Klamath Basin issue one of the most critical in the nation for ranchers, farmers, and all people who revere private property rights and their right to public access."


Call the Ross Ragland today for tickets and help support the Klamath Basin farmers and ranchers!


And stay tuned...there may be a dinner with Michael on Sunday...it's still in the planning.


February 13 -- CALL
(541) 884-LIVE
Ross Ragland Annex 6pm after concert, $30 each...visit and have dinner with Michael Murphey
Proceeds will benefit the Klamath Basin water crisis. Michael would like to visit with the Klamath Basin Community members.







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