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Join the Kansas Farmers Union Board of Directors as it holds its quarterly meeting and reviews proposed bylaw changes prior to the General Session. During the General Session, members nominate board candidates and national convention delegates, receive a report on organization finances, and begin drafting 2015 KFU Policy. KFU has a rich history of working to protect and promote the interests of family farmers and ranchers by taking a leadership role in advocating for farming, ranching and agricultural interests across the state. Each year, members review past policy, propose and debate new issues, and adopt policy for the coming year. Following dinner, evening activities include a presentation on the Kansas State Budget by Duane Goossen, Senior Fellow for the Kansas Center for Economic Growth, as well as an early KFU history lesson with National Farmers Union Honorary Historian Tom Giessel.

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KFU staff will be located in the pre-convene area for check-in and registration.

The KFU Board will hold a meeting and review proposed bylaw changes.

Call to Order
Distribution of Credentials
Officer and NFU Delegate Nominations
Royce Jannsen, KFU’s CPA presenting the Financial Report
Consideration and adoption of policy and bylaws begins

Recent unprecedented and unaffordable Kansas tax changes have severely undermined the state’s ability to make essential investments in neighborhood schools, strong roads and important supports for vulnerable, hard-working Kansans. Duane Goossen, Senior Fellow with the Kansas Center for Economic Growth, will talk about impacts on Kansas’ budget and expectations for the short and long-term.
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2015 Convention: Cultivating Healthy Rural Communities

Exceptional speakers and expansive ideas as to what agriculture and rural life can be!
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