Over 1,500 farmers and their families, representing every county in Illinois, will gather at the Palmer House in Chicago to represent the state’s agriculture industry. Learn more about the annual event here.
The USDA Census of Agriculture is a once-every-five-years survey that aims to capture U.S. farms and the people who operate them. If $1,000 or more of agricultural products are raised or sold, whether…
If you want to improve yourself and your role in agriculture, ALOT is for you. Established in 1979, more than 1,000 participants have graduated from the program. The five main areas of study include: Communication, Political Process, Agriculture Economics, Global Issues and Leadership.
Collegiate Farm Bureau unites students as the voice of agriculture on their campuses and in their communities, empowering them to be powerful assets for the agriculture industry.
Find out how you can take back your influence in Washington and Springfield, where politicians and regulators are making decisions about the way you farm. Get all the resources you need to become a strong agricultural advocate.
The IAA Foundation works to fund education, research and charitable activities that benefit Illinois farm families and agriculture.
IAITC seeks to improve agricultural literacy, awareness, knowledge and appreciation among PreK-12 teachers and their students.
What happens when you put together a bunch of farmers and agribusiness professionals, 18-35 years old? You get a group of new friends who explore new opportunities for their industry and make a difference through community and statewide events. Find out how you can get involved.