American Farmers & Ranchers/Oklahoma Farmers Union (AFR/OFU) hosted its 2015 Leadership Summit July 26 – August 1. More than 160 students participated in leadership development activities that will benefit them far into the future.
This year marks the second year for the summit to be held at Big Cedars Camp near Wanette, Okla. The central location has made the AFR/OFU Leadership Summit equally accessible to both sides of Oklahoma.
American Farmers & Ranchers announced its 2015-2016 Youth Advisory Council at the organization’s annual Senior Leadership Summit Reception July 30, 2015.
The Council consists of high school juniors and seniors representing AFR youth from across the state. Members of the 2015-2016 Council are Madi Baughman, Lone Grove; Grant Wilber, Cherokee; Ashley Tucker, Fairview; Macee Hammack, Leedey; and Guess Leonard, Claremore.
AFR is now allowing single-wide manufactured homes built in 1995 or later to be written as the primary dwelling on Farm & Ranch policies.
Oklahoma's farmers and ranchers are energized and excited about the Right To Farm amendment. If passed, Oklahoma will join a growing list of states, including Missouri and North Dakota, that are taking steps to protect the hard working families that grow our food and our economy. However, we know people have questions about what a Right To Farm amendment will do, and why it's needed.
Show your support for Oklahoma's family farmers by donating, volunteering, and getting the word out at http://www.oklahomarighttofarm.com/
Spend the day with LEAD at the largest private foundation in Oklahoma as we tour the campus, plant science research programs and more.
Regsitration is limited to the first 50 participants.
Help AFR donate 50,0000 meals in 2015 with the "Drive Away Hunger" food drive August 1st through September 30th. Throughout August, we will be supporting the "Back to School Milk Drive" and "Plant A Row" program, which help Oklahoma families in need. There will also be a competition for AFR locals.
July 18th at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, 2 S Mickey Mantle Dr, Oklahoma City
The American Farmers & Ranchers Women’s Cooperative has established a goal for AFR Members to donate 50,000 meals to hungry Oklahomans throughout 2015. As part of this initiative we have teamed up with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma to help promote the Invest an Acre and the Plant A Row campaigns.
From May 1-June 30 AFR is encouraging our members to donate to the Invest an Acre or the Plant A Row campaign to help end hunger in Oklahoma.
Registration is now open for the 2015 AFR Women's Conference on August 5th, 2015. It will be followed by the Oklahoma Women in Ag Conference on August 6th-7th.