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Apr 29, 2015
"Preventing Blights, Bugs, and Other Vegetable Crop Plagues through IPM"
May 6, 2015
Understanding PA 490
May 12, 2015
CFBA State Board Meeting
May 14, 2015
DATE CORRECTION: Nationwide/Farm Bureau Member Leader Meeting
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Connecticut Farm Bureau Association.

Farm Bureau is a non-profit, membership organization dedicated to farming and the future of Connecticut agriculture. Farm Bureau advocates and educates on issues that keep farm families producing by focusing on economic viability, land use, labor, taxation and the protection of farmland. Farm Bureau's work is vital to providing safe, locally grown, farm-fresh products and a high quality of life for all Connecticut residents.
Farm Bureau's greatest strength is the many members that give time to make their community a better place to live, raise their families, and provide food, fiber and plants to their neighbors. Farm Bureau provides the opportunity for members to gather at the county level, discuss concerns, and develop ways to address challenges facing the industry.

Connecticut Farm Bureau and the American Farm Bureau Federation were formed in 1919 with the goal to make farming more profitable and the community a better place to live. The first two county Farm Bureaus in Connecticut were Fairfield and Litchfield, formed in 1915, thus beginning a tradition of combined strength where members unite in a way which cound not be accomplished through individual effort.

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CAES Lockwood Lecture April 29: The Natural History Gap and the Citizen
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Connecticut Farm Bureau Association (CFBA) has recognized State Representatives Linda Gentile (D-104) and Jason Rojas (D-9) with Legislators of the Year Awards for their support...