- A nonprofit organization offering legislative advocacy on behalf of Connecticut’s agricultural workers
- Resources and member benefits
- For new and established agricultural businesses
A statewide nonprofit organization with a volunteer board of directors, the Connecticut Farm Bureau works with eight county bureaus to promote and advocate for agricultural enterprises in the state. CFB’s activities include legislative advocacy, networking opportunities, and member programs. It was established in 1919, four years after the first county farm bureaus were established in Fairfield and Litchfield Counties.
Who’s it for?
New and established agricultural businesses.