ISG Schedules Annual Policy Session and Meeting
Illinois Soybean Growers members are invited to attend the ISG Policy Session Feb. 8, 2018 at the ISA office in Bloomington from 8 a.m.–11 a.m. The purpose of the session is to allow ISG members and the board to review current ASA Resolutions for changes and amendments that will be presented at Commodity Classic in Anaheim, California in February 27- March 1. The resolutions are available for viewing here. You also may contact Andrew Larson at 309-808-3612 and he will email you the file. The ISG annual meeting will be held following the resolutions. The purpose is to provide reports on association activities, approve the acts and deeds of the directors and staff, and to transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting. Contact Dustin Scott at 309-808-3603 by Feb. 1, if you plan to attend.
Be a Force for American Agriculture
One of the core resources that make our country great is the ability to produce our own food and fuel. Yet every year, thousands of family farmers are pushed off their land due to new taxes, regulations and legislative pressures.
Anti-ag activists are damaging – if not destroying – American agriculture. How do you stop them from putting obstacles in your way? How do you keep Capitol Hill from impacting the income you use to support your family?
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By becoming a policy member of Illinois Soybean Growers, you activate your power to keep positive legislation in place and motivate leaders to add new policies that ensure your freedom to farm. Plus you get some great membership benefits, like invitations to legislative events and discounts to key summits.
Join us in educating people on the facts and importance of American agriculture. Help us be the people that government officials in Springfield and Washington, D.C. stop and listen to. Be a driving force for change in American agriculture. The more members we add… the louder our voice becomes.