FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 13, 2024
WEST LAFAYETTE – Yesterday, Indiana Farmers Union (INFU) members and supporters from across the state convened for their 2024 Annual Meeting. At the meeting, members heard agriculture policy updates from state and federal officials, engaged in a food safety discussion through National Farmers Union’s (NFU) Local Food Safety Collaborative, and developed the grassroots policy priorities for INFU for 2024.
During the policy deliberation process, INFU members identified several priorities for 2024, including:
- Confronting pressures on land and resources
- Building a competitive and resilient market
- Supporting vibrant rural communities
In March, INFU members will participate in National Farmers Union’s National Convention in Scottsdale, Arizona where they will have the opportunity to share these policy priorities with Farmers Union members from across the country.
About Indiana Farmers Union:
Indiana Farmers Union advocates for the wellbeing of family farmers, ranchers, and their communities. National Farmers Union advocates on behalf of more than 220,000 American farm families. We envision a world in which farm families and their communities are respected, valued, and enjoy economic prosperity and social justice.