We need to support candidates who value our industry. We cannot ignore politics, if we do, we do it at our peril.
It’s better to involve someone in in the discussion than just telling them something. Understand why they believe what they do and figure out where that belief came from.
Montana Farm Bureau Foundation is offering $100,000 in grants for individuals or companies that want to contribute to economic development throughout in rural Montana.
YALC is a collaborative effort between nine of Montana’s agricultural organizations, offering attendees a chance to discuss current ag issues, take part in various workshops, meet with industry leaders, and network with fellow young people who love Montana agriculture.
Many of the same issues that farmers faced in Montana in 1919 are almost identical to the ones we are facing in 2019.
Right this very minute you might be rolling your eyes at me for talking about back to school. But August is back-to-school month.
County Farm Bureaus throughout Montana will soon meet for their annual meetings. One of the most important aspects of these meetings will be discussions on policy resolutions for which our grassroots farmer and rancher members believe MFBF should take a stance.
The MFBF Annual Convention is just around the corner. In addition to the high quality speakers and educational opportunities you’re used to seeing; we’ll also be celebration our Centennial.
Because, “reinforcing and strengthening member county farm bureaus” is part of the mission of the MFBF, we also focused the gathering on membership.
We have some phenomenal educators across the Big Sky State who teach students about agriculture in innovative and original ways.