Tennessee Farm Bureau’s greatest strength is in its grassroots efforts. To accomplish legislative, regulatory and policy objectives, members must be informed and active. The Public Policy Division voices the concerns of agriculture to lawmakers at the state and national levels while serving as advocates for agriculture. However, the best legislative influence comes from informed, concerned farm families communicating their beliefs to their elected representatives.
Policy & Action
It is important to stay informed on current state, national, and regulatory news affecting agriculture so you can better advocate to those who represent you in Nashville and Washington.
As a Farm Bureau member, there are several ways to be involved with our policy process. Whether it’s encouraging your friends and neighbors to vote or attending a local Farm Bureau meeting, our volunteer leaders are vital to what we do.