Board & Committees

Grassroots Members Lead our Efforts

Tulare County Farm Bureau is organized by various committees that focus on issues, events, programs, and internal operations of the organization. For more information on any of the committees, click below.


Executive Committee

The committee is charged with oversight of the board’s activities and events, and meets monthly with the Executive Director of the organization to manage and govern the finances and programs of the Farm Bureau.

Finance Committee

The committee, appointed by the President, is responsible for helping to maintain the fiscal integrity of the Tulare County Farm Bureau by working to manage the corporation’s investments. Quarterly meetings are held.

Fundraiser Committee

The Fundraiser Committee’s role is to generate funds for the TCFB Education and Scholarship Fund, a separate 501(c)3 charitable trust established in 1988 to fund scholarships and educational programs of the Farm Bureau.

Land Use Committee

This committee is an ad hoc group of stakeholders that meet occasionally to discuss important land use related policy topics that may guide Farm Bureau in setting policy objectives around land use development and permitting.

Livestockyards Committee

The committee is charged with managing the tenant relationship on the Farm Bureau’s property, and ensuring the operation of a viable livestock market for local cattle producers.

Marketing Committee

The committee is responsible for helping to implement membership recruitment and retention goals and develop ideas to improve the visibility of Farm Bureau through effective marketing channels and social media.

Nominating Committee

The committee meets each spring to identify, qualify, and nominate prospective members to the Board of Directors for the 15 District Seats and Officer Positions.

Scholarship Committee

The committee meets each spring to select and interview student applicants for scholarship consideration. Committee members also attend the Academic Award Nights to hand out the funds.

Rural Health & Safety Committee

Each county Farm Bureau conducts various safety trainings, compliance workshops, and hosts events to support Rural Health and Safety efforts with our members.

YF&R Committee

The Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee is a committee for young agricultural professionals ages 18-35 to participate in business and social networking, competitive events, and develop leadership skills.

Education and Scholarship Trustees

The trustees are a separate appointed Board to serve as the trustees to the Farm Bureau’s 501c3 Educational and Scholarship Charitable Trust.

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