It’s time to mark your calendars for the 2020 Nevada Farm Bureau Annual Meeting. This year marks the 101stAnnual Meeting and this year’s festivities will take place in Ely, Nevada November 19th through the 21st.
The Nevada Farm Bureau Annual meeting is an exciting time for members to come together and grow though educational breakout sessions. One of the primary purposes of the annual meeting is working on Farm Bureau policy recommendations, deletions and or amendments. This is especially important as we head into a legislative year.
The Nevada Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R) committee will be hosting the Annual Discussion Meet. It will be a great competition with one lucky winner taking home a belt buckle, cash prize and trip to the American Farm Bureau Annual Meeting to compete in the National YF&R Discussion Meet.
The Nevada Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee will be sponsoring a silent auction to raise money for agriculture promotion and education. County Farm Bureaus are encouraged to donate items for the silent auction. All proceeds go to the Women’s Leadership Committee, Young Farmers & Ranchers and the Heritage Foundation.
For more information about the silent auction, or to contribute please free to contact Brieanna Valdez at firstname.lastname@example.org
Early registration will open in September so make sure to follow our Facebook page, so you don’t miss out. Registering early is very important to receive the discounted conference registration rate.
For any of your registration questions please feel free to contact Brittney Money at email@example.com or call 775-674-4000.
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