Join Us: 2014 Kansas Farmers Union State Convention
Dates and Location
Convention: Thursday, December 4 – Friday, December 5
Kansas Beginning Farmers Coalition Day: Saturday, December 6
Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan
530 Richards Drive
Manhattan, KS 66502
Registration and Lodging
Friday: Lunch $25, Banquet $25
Saturday: $10 for Beginning Farmers, $20 for others
Complimentary childcare available on Saturday!
Registration Deadline: Monday, December 1
Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan has a block of rooms at a rate of $75 per night plus tax. Book before Wednesday, Nov. 26 to lock in your rate. When calling the reservations department please let them know you are with the Kansas Farmers Union: (785) 539-5311.
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KFU’s board is composed of eight members. The state’s North & South Districts are each represented by three members. The President and Vice President are elected annually.
In addition to the main KFU State Office in McPherson, Kansas Farmers Union also has four staff members that work from home-based offices.
The Kansas Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union, founded early in the last century, has made significant and varied contributions to agriculture and family farming in our state.
The key to the success and credibility of the NFU organization has been Farmers Union’s grassroots structure in which policy positions are initiated locally.