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Why Agriculture Matters

The Agriculture in the Classroom Program provides free educational programming and resources to educators in Cook County.

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Legislative Priorities

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Personal Hygiene Drive
02/16/2024 @ 8:05 am

New in 2024, Young Leaders Host a Hygiene Product Drive as part of Food Checkout Day!

Planting Seeds
02/06/2024 @ 8:30 am | By Katrina Milton, Director of Ag Literacy

Each January, I try not to set a new year’s resolution because of the high likelihood of failing. According to Time Magazine, 80% of people fail to keep up their new year's resolutions by February. Rather than set a goal that will probably fail, I decided a new approach: do something new each month.

2024 Cook County Farm Bureau® Foundation “Gala” SPONSORSHIPS
02/05/2024 @ 1:30 pm

Join the Friends of the Cook County Farm Bureau Foundation in support of the 2024 Gala to fund ag career related scholarships, Ag in the Classroom programming, an internship, and ag experiences for area youth in urban areas of Chicagoland.

How Farm Bureau Served YOU in January
02/05/2024 @ 11:30 am

Provided Farm Bureau members with virtual gatherings, highlighting member programs, member benefits, and the website during Membership Monday.

Manifolds, Manolos, and Manure
02/05/2024 @ 9:00 am | By Bona Heinsohn, CAE CCFB Director of Gov. Affairs and Public Relations

Last year I tried to set some goals. I wrote them down. I tracked one or two of them. And to my surprise I reached my goal of reading 24 books.
In a moment of frivolity, I shared my achievement with my younger cousins. They were less than impressed. And their year-end reading totals schooled my barely finished before the New Year’s ball drop total of 24.
Now just a handful of days into 2024, I think it may be time to increase my reading goal. My non-overwhelming total includes professional, self-development, prospective book club reads, and personal reading. Here are some of the titles I have on my to be read list just waiting for their time to shine.

Understanding Leadership Roles: Sheriff
02/04/2024 @ 2:20 pm | By Source: LINK December 2023 and originally published in Inside the Courthouse

The sheriff is the primary law enforcement officer in the county. As the conservator of the peace, the sheriff strives to prevent crime and maintain safety and order of citizens in the county. Although the sheriff may enforce laws within the entire county, by professional courtesy, they do not do so within municipalities, which have their own law enforcement agency. As an "arm" of the judiciary, the sheriff is responsible for the service of civil documents by order of the court, such as subpoenas, summonses and judgments.

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