National Grange President Ed Luttrell lets you know what he thinks is the most important holiday in February and why every member needs to do their part to grow the Grange … [Read More...]
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Wednesday, Jan. 29, the House passed the five-year comprehensive Farm Bill package proposed by the bipartisan Farm Bill conference committee on Monday, Jan. 27. The Farm Bill now goes to the Senate for a full vote and then to President Obama for his signature, a process that legislators and agricultural groups hope to see completed no later than next week. Now two years … [Read More...]
WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 28, 2014) -- National Grange President Edward L. Luttrell, on Tuesday evening, reacted to President Barack Obama's fifth State of the Union Address, saying "this President has overstepped the authority provided to the office by the Constitution, and tonight he presented a platform that runs in many ways in direct opposition to fundamental principles of our democratic … [Read More...]
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Grange is beginning a large project focused on preserving the organization's 146-year history and is seeking volunteers to assist. "We are scanning, photographing and otherwise capturing many of the vast collection of our records in an effort to make sure this history isn't lost," National Grange Communications Director Amanda Leigh Brozana said. "It's a huge … [Read More...]
The National Grange Fair Program offers Junior Grange and Grange Youth members the opportunity to exhibit at County Fairs and Expositions within a State that has recognized and approved the National Grange Fair Program. The mission of the National Grange Fair Program Leadership is to maximize the potential of our Junior Grange members and Grange Youth by providing guidance as they develop a greater understanding and appreciation for our agricultural abundance, as well as creating and developing individual skills.
Through the leader’s planning, teaching, and encouragement of these young people in their hands-on projects, and the cooperative and competitive experience of exhibiting at fairs they will become more responsible, self-directed, and successful citizens in our society.