Engaging in the election process and demonstrating that engagement to candidates is important for all citizens, but it’s particularly important for farmers, who represent less than 2% of the population.
Indiana Farm Bureau is offering a couple of ways for members to get involved:
Sale of the signs will kick off on Aug. 27 at INFB’s annual delegate session. You can get more information by contacting your regional manager.
Some of the meetings have been tentatively scheduled for August and September. For more information, contact your regional manager.
“It isn’t just about what happens in the farm field,” Hall added. “It’s about rural communities – about creating the kind of place people want to stay in or come back to.”
Contact information for all INFB’s regional managers can be found at www.infb.org/about/staff/field-operations.