Community Councils

Councils are groups that meet regularly to develop camaraderie and community while discussing farm and family topics. The council program began in in 1936 and is unique to Ohio.

Ohio Farm Bureau Community Council

Spring 2016 Community Council Discussion Packet

Spring is here. It’s that time of year when everyone around the farm is getting equipment ready to run, field work will soon be at fever pitch and the only seat many folks want to occupy is a tractor seat. When…

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Community Councils

Winter Community Council Discussion Packet

Winter is here, and it is time to sit around the hot stove or fireplace for some lively discussion at several Farm Bureau Community Council meetings. Get information for your Council Meetings and download the full Discussion Packet.

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Fall Community Council Discussion Packet

Fall is here, and winter is not far behind. As your family and friends complete harvest and get ready for the holiday season, take some time now to plan for lively discussion at several Farm Bureau Community Council meetings. This packet has…

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What are Community Councils?

Farm Bureau’s greatest strength lies in its grassroots approach to policy-making and problem solving, giving a voice to agriculture and rural communities. Councils are groups that meet regularly to develop camaraderie and community while discussing farm and family topics. The…

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Chris Rogers

A Community Advocate

Heritage connects Chris Rogers to his part of southern Ohio, where a culture had been cultivated in tobacco fields dispersed among hillside pastures.

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A Social Network

The regular gathering of a few working class neighbors around their kitchen tables wasn’t intended to be a radical act.

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