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NC Farm Bureau’s Women’s Program engages women with the training and education they need to become powerful advocates for today’s agriculture.

The program provides women with leadership training, communication skills, and networking to strengthen their ability to encourage positive change in their communities and in the agricultural industry.

The Women’s Program is open to any female NC Farm Bureau member interested in supporting Farm Bureau’s policies, initiatives and agriculture.

Why Join?

  • Educate the community about agriculture and where their food comes from
  • Support charities and nonprofits that are important to you
  • Learn to embrace your contribution to agriculture
  • Inspire others by telling your agriculture story
  • Host and participate in peer-to-peer farm tours
  • Learn by networking with others in different agriculture industries
  • Opportunities to connect with every segment of agriculture
  • Learn why NC is the third most diverse agriculture state
  • Opportunity to serve in positions that make a difference in policy initiatives
  • Represent agriculture and rural communities in public hearings and forums
  • Initiate and build relationships with elected officials
  • Make a difference by telling your agriculture story
  • Guidance on how to become more active in your community
  • Learn how and when to communicate with your elected officials
  • Support Farm Bureau programs such as Farm Safety and Ag in the Classroom
  • Develop tools and skills needed to plan a successful event
  • Opportunities to enhance your public speaking skills with real-life scenarios
  • Learn to hone your message delivery
  • Build a network of friends, professionals, and industry leaders
  • Develop a better understanding of the complexities and the challenges of agriculture
  • Meet like-minded individuals that are passionate about agriculture
  • Engage peers and colleagues at the annual Women’s Conference
  • Gain invaluable professional and personal contacts
  • Engage in balanced community conversations with different industries
  • Engage our youth to help maintain interest in agriculture
  • Share your experiences to help promote agriculture
  • Highlight the role and contribution by women to agriculture
  • Advocate for the importance of agriculture with consumers of all ages

Contacts

Audrey Brown (Director of Field Services)

Meghan Shoaf (Team Leader)

Victoria Lee

Taylor Fish

More Info

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