Farm Bureau’s Legislative Advocacy Training Goes Virtual

Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation’s Promotion and Education Committee’s Leadership Boot Camp on November 14 will now be hosted virtually. WFBF’s governmental relations team will lead the training focused on engaging in legislative advocacy at the local level. 

“We are excited to offer the same high-quality content without the need to travel and while keeping everyone’s health and safety in mind.” said Darby Sampson, WFBF’s Promotion and Education Committee chair. “I encourage Farm Bureau members to attend this Leadership Boot Camp to learn how each of us can best make an impact on legislative issues.”

The training will begin with information on local affairs and how to monitor activities at the town and county level. Training will continue with tips for contacting elected officials and how members can best make an impact on local, state and federal legislation.

The Leadership Boot Camp is free of charge and open to all Farm Bureau members. The registration deadline is November 11.

For more information, or to register, visit

Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation is the state’s largest general farm organization and is made up of 61 county Farm Bureaus. WFBF represents farms of every size, commodity and management style.