Promotion & Education
The goal of the Promotion and Education program is to educate Michigan consumers about agriculture through working with children and schools and coordinating public outreach programs to promote and educate about agriculture. In addition, the Promotion and Education program strives to educate farmers on issues impacting agriculture.
contact Faith KuzakFor more information about this program, visit the Promotion & Education website.
Washington Legislative Seminar
Each year, Farm Bureau organizes face-to-face meetings with hundreds of Farm Bureau leaders and their respective elected officials. These annual "lobbying" missions are a key element in the Farm Bureau grassroots policy development and policy execution process.
contact Rod JohnsonFor more information about this program, visit the Washington Legislative Seminar website.
The Young Farmer program is designed to develop leadership potential for men and women between the ages of 18 and 35.
contact Jason JohnsonFor more information about this program, visit the Young Farmer website.
Young People's Citizenship Seminar
Over two hundred twenty of the top students from Michigan convene each year in late June to learn about world economic and political systems and conduct their own mock election. Sponsored by county Farm Bureaus across the state, the Citizenship Seminar has been conducted for over 35 years and has provided leadership skills for over 5,000 of Michigan's youth.
contact Faith KuzakFor more information about this program, visit the Young People's Citizenship Seminar website.