Insight from Kansas Farm Bureau
Preaching to the Congregation
We know as farmers and ranchers we are the best caretakers of all God has entrusted us with. We have to share correct and factual information about what we do with others.
The Rewards of Adventure
Diversity is important because different experiences and perspectives can lead to innovation. In rural America, we need that innovation to keep our communities alive and thriving.
The Next Rural Migration
With population flowing to cities and suburban areas, it's even more important to share the story of agriculture to help people understand how food is grown and where it comes from.
Kids on the Bus
I hope my two children continue to look forward to going to school every morning – even if it’s mainly because they get to traverse the bumpy rural dirt roads on a big yellow bus.
Grateful for Gatherings
Attending several Farm Bureau events in person recently reminded me just how much I've been missing people these last 18 months.
Just like with product reviews, the opinions and observations of people living in a place are likely to be the deciding factor for someone to visit, move to or start a business there.
Map Dots and Beyond
Maps are fantastic tools for charting a course in the future, they’re also excellent for telling you where you are and where you’ve been.
We will still collapse into bed at night after exhausting days trying to take full advantage of all that the summer days allow us to absorb.
Ending Hunger at Home
We're rolling out Phase 2 of our campaign to End Hunger in Kansas. It all starts with county Farm Bureaus and local agents who are partnering on projects that will help us solve a problem right here at home.