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Policy development resources now available!

Calhoun County Farm Bureau leaders Andrea Boughton and Thomas Piepkow review policies together during the 2021 State Annual Meeting delegate session. Image credit: Michigan Farm Bureau
Date Posted: May 31, 2022

County Farm Bureau policy development teams are digging into their annual process of crafting resolutions that become the policy guiding Michigan Farm Bureau’s legislative and regulatory work year-round. Several resources are available to help members engage.

Emerging issue briefs: To help members get discussion and ideas flowing, Farm Bureau staff prepare briefs on developing and evolving issues impacting the agriculture sector. Briefs this year include:

Review policy additions, changes or deletions recommended by state-level advisory committees:

Current policy: The 2022 MFB and AFBF policy books are available to explore, search and download as counties consider new language, amendments to existing language or proposed deletions.

Submit your ideas: Use this form to submit ideas or amendments throughout the year.

Policy development process: Once compiled, hundreds of resolutions from Michigan’s 65 county Farm Bureaus will be considered by a 21-member state-level policy development committee. The final slate of policies is then considered by voting delegates at MFB’s annual meeting, Nov. 29-30 in Grand Rapids.

Contact your county Farm Bureau to learn more about participating in local policy development activities.

 

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Nicole Sevrey

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