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Retro/Safety Winter Workshops for 2013-14

Required Safety Workshops for Retro/Safety Members

WFB Retro/Safety members are required to attend at least one workshop
per year. Please check the locations to see which one is closest to you.
You can attend more than one workshop, and multiple attendees from one
company can attend a workshop.

All meetings will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Learn More »

News Releases 2013

December 13, 2013

Contacts: Brett Davis, Public Relations Specialist (360-357-9975 Ext. 124)

Washington Farm Bureau cites study in renewed call for timely approval of export terminals Report confirms statewide support for port expansions

LACEY - Washington Farm Bureau today renewed its call for timely approval of proposed export terminals today, citing results of a survey showing statewide support for the Longview project.

The poll, Seattle’s Got Attitude, conducted by G2 Public Strategies, a joint venture between Gallatin Public Affairs and GS Strategy Group, and released at a Downtown Seattle Association roundtable today, found that 56 percent of Washingtonians support the terminal, with strong support in Eastern Washington. Learn More »

WFB Annual Meeting 2014

Washington Farm Bureau's Annual Meeting will be held in November 2014. As we get closer to the event, we will post more information. Please check back later for more details.

Legislative Awards

Legislative Awards

Legislator of the Year

Each year since 1995, the Washington Farm Bureau Board of Directors
awards one or more state legislators with the honor of being the
organization's Legislator of the Year. A legislator's vote record and
outstanding actions to help strengthen family farms are key criteria for
receiving this award. Past recipients are listed below:

1995 Sen. Jim Hargrove

1995 Sen. Brad Owen

1995 Rep. Gary Chandler

1996 Sen. Ann Anderson

1996 Rep. Dave Mastin

1997 Sen. Irv Newhouse

1997 Rep. Cathy McMorris

1998 Sen. Ray Schow

1998 Rep. Kelli Linville

1999 Rep. Clyde Ballard

2000 Sen. Bob Morton

2001 Sen. Tim Sheldon

2001 Rep. Bill Grant  

2001 Rep. Gary Chandler

2002 Sen. Mike Hewitt Learn More »

WFB Legal Foundation

Help ensure a solid future for farming and ranching in Washington by contributing today.

Washington Farm Bureau created the WFB Legal
Foundation to engage in research and education projects to determine the legal rights Learn More »

Why Farm Bureau Opposes I-522

The primary goal for Washington farmers is to grow safe and healthy food. With more than 250 crops grown across the state, consumers are provided with a full spectrum of choices, including organic and conventionally grown crops.

In November, voters will be asked to decide whether some of the food sold in Washington should be specially labeled if it contains genetically engineered (GE) food products. On its face, this may seem like a reasonable thing to do. We all want to feed our families food that is safe and healthy. But would the passage of Initiative 522 actually accomplish that goal? There are five significant reasons that we believe I-522 falls short. Learn More »

Government Relations

Washington Farm Bureau is the legislative and regulatory watchdog for farmers and ranchers in Washington state.

Farm Bureau is actively involved in both legislative and regulatory activities on behalf of family farmers at the county, state, and national levels. Our mission is to ensure that farmers and ranchers can continue to do what they do best, feed the world, while also complying with the complex laws passed by elected officials and implemented by governments at all levels. Farm Bureau works to ensure that the farmer’s voice is heard.    

Services to Farm Bureau members include: Learn More »

Political Action Committee

Please help make a difference in the 2014 elections by donating today!
Thank you for your support. 

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Office Depot


Office Depot


The Washington Farm Bureau discount program is not a "daily deals" site. We have permanently negotiated amazing rates with national vendors such as Office Depot®. Learn More »

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