Like many big events, the Kansas Farm Bureau 2020 Annual Meeting is moving online. That’s bad new for those of us who enjoy connecting with long-lost farm friends during the meeting. But it’s good news for everyone who has wanted to – and tried – to attend the meting but can’t seem to get away from the farm.
Registration is now open for the Kansas Farm Bureau 2020 Annual Meeting. Only members are allowed to attend – but you can become a member today! There is A LOT of content in the 2-day event, including opening remarks from everyone’s favorite, Vance Crowe, and breakout sessions that cover a variety of topics including managing farm stress, federal farm programs and local food hubs and food processing. I guarantee you will find a session that speaks to you.
I have been attending KFB annual meetings for nearly a decade and made great friends, lasting memories and learned a whole lot about Kansas’ diverse agriculture industry. It’s a rare opportunity that so many great farmers and ranchers step away from their farms to gather. But decisions made at the KFB annual meeting so a long way in shaping the organization and its path forward.
I encourage you to join us this year. A few details and tips for registration can be found below.
- Members can register themselves at www.kfb.org/annualmeeting. Registration is required to access all of the sessions happening on Thursday and Friday.
- All of the content is FREE to members who register and will be up 30 days after annual meeting is over.
- There is a helpful video and a PDF of instructions on the registration screen to answer any questions you may have.