Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation’s Promotion and Education Committee is hosting a one-day Leadership Boot Camp on October 28 at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Fond du Lac.
The topic for this year’s Leadership Boot Camp is ‘Storytelling Strategies’. Attendees will learn effective consumer outreach tactics, hear a panel discussion about sustainable storytelling successes and discover new avenues to share the state’s agricultural story with WFBF’s consumer facing website, Gather Wisconsin.
“Leadership Boot Camp offers the opportunity to network with members from across the state,” said WFBF Promotion and Education Committee chair Brenda Dowiasch. “I’m looking forward to the guest speakers and panel discussion during the program on Saturday. You are not going to want to miss out on this great event.”
Preceding the Leadership Boot Camp, Wisconsin Ag in the Classroom will be hosting a Volunteer Rally on October 27. This event will be a fast-paced workshop filled with new resources, hands-on activities and plenty of idea sharing. Additionally, there will be an opportunity to attend a tour and enjoy dinner at LaClare Family Creamery.
The Volunteer Rally and Leadership Boot Camp are open to Farm Bureau members, including collegiate members. Registration is $30 for both days and $20 for one day only. Registration includes the training and lunch. There is an additional $15 registration fee for the LaClare Family Creamery tour and dinner. The registration deadline is October 16.
For more information about the Leadership Boot Camp, visit: https://wfbf.com/leadership-boot-camp.
For more information about the Ag in the Classroom Volunteer Rally, visit: https://www.wisagclassroom.org/events-activities/training-workshops/.
To register, visit: bit.ly/FallWorkshops2023.
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.
The Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation’s Ag in the Classroom program is designed to help K-12 students understand the importance of agriculture. The program is coordinated by the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Foundation in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, with funding from the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Foundation, other agricultural groups and a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.