OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Farm Bureau members ages 35-50 are invited to attend the OKFB Generation Bridge Summer Series, which features three opportunities for members to gather in July and August.
OKFB’s new Generation Bridge program targets OKFB members who are in the middle of their agriculture careers and want to expand their agricultural knowledge, connections and leadership experience.
The three events – July 28 in Tulsa, August 12 in Enid, and August 26 in Oklahoma City – will provide members with the opportunity to enjoy conversations, make connections and create community with like-minded producers.
Generation Bridge members will enjoy a night at the Tulsa Drillers Stadium, located in downtown Tulsa, Thursday, July 28, to reconnect and recharge with fellow Farm Bureau members.
Enid Brewing Company will host members Friday, August 12 at 6 p.m. for an evening of learning about adding value to agricultural products and the current issues facing agriculture.
Members can finish out the summer by attending the final Summer Series event at Remington Park in Oklahoma City Friday, August 26 to hear about ways to involve people in agriculture and ways to engage with consumers.
All events are free to Farm Bureau members ages 35-50. Fill out the online form to register here. Lodging will not be provided, but members can take advantage of exclusive discounts from OKFB member benefit partners, which can be found at okfarmbureau.org/benefits.
For more information, contact Holly Carroll at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (405) 523-2300.
–Oklahoma Farm Bureau