Five counties will be selected to display their outstanding centennial program/activity during the WFBF 100th Annual Meeting Trade Show on December, 7-8, at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. Those counties with a winning entry will receive $500 toward expenses to participate in the WFBF Annual Meeting Trade Show. Complimentary exhibit space will be provided for county Farm Bureau programs selected as Centennial Activity Award winners.
Click here for the Centennial Activity Award rules and entry form
County Farm Bureau applications must be received at the Wisconsin Farm Bureau office no later than October 1, 2019.
American Farm Bureau Federation County Activities of Excellence
The American Farm Bureau Federation will again recognize top county Farm Bureau programs and activities through the 2020 County Activities of Excellence Program during the 2020 AFBF Annual Convention January 17-22 in Austin, Texas.
The AFBF CAE Awards are designed to provide national recognition for unique volunteer-driven programming at the local level. County Farm Bureaus may enter an outstanding or unique activity in one of the following areas:
• Education and Ag Promotion
• Member Services
• Public Relations and Information
• Leadership Development
• Policy Implementation
Up to 24 county Farm Bureaus and up to four multi-county collaborative activities from across the nation will be selected to present a display of their winning activity during the AFBF Annual Convention Tradeshow. Winning counties will receive $2,250 toward expenses incurred to participate in the CAE program at the annual convention and four, free registrations for the AFBF Annual Convention.
County Farm Bureaus must enter the competition by completing an online application. No paper or PDF applications will be accepted. County Farm Bureaus wanting to enter can access the award information, application and CAE archives here.