Indiana Farm Bureau believes that when we help educate farmers and ag professionals, we make them more successful. That’s why we periodically offer seminars on a variety of topics, including estate and succession planning, campaign management, candidate surfacing and drainage.
When these events occur, further information will be available on INFB's events page.
This program, hosted by the Indiana Agricultural Law Foundation, is a day-long seminar typically held in July each year. The purpose of the program is to give farm families as well as attorneys a better understanding of the importance of estate and succession planning.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits are typically offered to attorneys who attend.
Drainage School, Indiana Farm Bureau’s seminar on drainage laws and regulations, is typically held in August each year at INFB’s headquarters.
The seminar is open to farmers, public officials, agency personnel, attorneys and the general public. Continuing education credits are typically offered for attorneys and surveyors.
Campaign school, a two-day interactive workshop for veteran office holders, first-time campaigners and anyone interested in political and issue campaigns, is an INFB event that occurs at various times.
The event provides hands-on instruction about messaging, media interviews, budgets, organization and strategy. It is taught by instructors who have either run for public office or have worked on local, state or federal campaigns.