FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 15, 2022
Contact: Lyndsey Medsker
Lmedsker@nfudc.org, (202) 557-5328
WASHINGTON – National Farmers Union’s (NFU) 120th Anniversary Convention will bring together members, industry professionals, policymakers, and reporters for educational sessions, award presentations, the organization’s signature grassroots policy adoption process, and an election for its next vice president.
During the three-day event, family farmers and ranchers will have the opportunity to hear from notable speakers on the efforts to fight monopolies in agriculture through the Fairness for Farmers campaign and what we can learn from the pandemic.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack will headline the general session, along with remarks from Senator Jon Tester of Montana, Colorado Governor Jared Polis, and Colorado Agricultural Commissioner Kate Greenberg.
Outside of the general sessions, attendees will have the choice of several breakout sessions that include exploring NFU’s history of fighting for fair markets; engaging the next generation of agriculture leaders; addressing confusion on the carbon markets; and discussing the potential of biofuels.
NFU 120th Anniversary Convention
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack (virtual participation)
Senator Jon Tester of Montana
Colorado Governor Jared Polis
Colorado Agriculture Commissioner Kate Greenberg
Rob Larew, President, National Farmers Union
1750 Welton St
February 27-March 1, 2022
Complimentary registration is available for members of the media. Please contact Lyndsey Medsker at Lmedsker@nfudc.org if you plan to attend.
The most up-to-date convention information, including a tentative agenda, hotel information, and links to streaming video from the event can be found on the NFU website at www.nfu.org/convention.
National Farmers Union advocates on behalf of nearly 200,000 American farm families and their communities. We envision a world in which farm families and their communities are respected, valued, and enjoy economic prosperity and social justice.