In Your Community
In Your Community
The effects of our local farmers and ranchers can be seen in all of our communities. From urban farms in Sacramento, to strawberry stands in Folsom, and the downtown Farmers Market, we are touched by what is grown and raised right here. Family farmers continue to face economic and urban pressures and many are forced to leave the land. When family farms leave the land, the quality of our food, the health of our soil and water, and the strength of our local economy are at stake. You can help with putting the food on your fork by joining our farm community. Join today as an Associate Member!
On Your Farm
On Your Farm
Farm Bureau works to protect and promote agricultural interests throughout Sacramento County and to find solutions to the problems of the farm, the farm home, and the rural community. We strive to protect and improve the ability of farmers and ranchers engaged in production agriculture to provide a reliable supply of food and fiber through responsible stewardship of California’s resources.
If you are a farmer, rancher, or landowner you need to join Farm Bureau, as Farm Bureau represents your voice at the table. “If you’re not at the table, you’re going to be on the menu!” Don’t be on the menu! Join Farm Bureau today as an Agricultural Member.
Live on small acreage in our rural communities of Rio Linda, Elverta, Wilton, Sloughhouse, Rancho Murieta, Elk Grove, Franklin, Galt, and Herald? We have a membership that fits your needs. Farm Bureau works hard to protect our rural landscapes and rural residential areas of Sacramento County. From protecting you from over regulation of septic systems, your rights to own and maintain your well, to protecting our rural lifestyle with County Zoning and General Plan amendments. Farm Bureau and its staff is working on your behalf everyday. If we join together, we can make a big difference. Join Farm Bureau as a Rural Residential Member.
Our membership is extremely diverse.Farmers, ranchers, and landowners benefit from Farm Bureau by unifying their voice on local, state, and national issues. Your agricultural membership is working everyday with over 100 lobbyist, attorneys, and technical staff at the local, state, and national levels; working for you, representing the issues that are important to your bottom line.
You do not have to be a farmer or rancher to be a member of Farm Bureau. If you believe that food is important, and you care about food quality and where it comes from, you should join Farm Bureau as an associate member. By joining, you show that you care about the land, water, the environment, and locally grown food. We offer amazing benefits. Join today to start showing your support and start saving!
We also have a membership level for businesses and young people between the ages of 16 and 24 years. Check out the How to Join/Renew for more details.
Your membership entitles you to a wide variety of member benefits and discount programs. Start shopping today and learn how to save money with your Farm Bureau membership.
Join to start showing your support and start saving!
How to Join/Renew
Whether you grow cherries that are shipped to Japan, squash for the Farmers Market, or are one of the 1.5 million Sacramento County consumers of the food, fiber, or foliage we produce, you have a stake in the future of Sacramento’s farms and ranches.
With more than 150 different commodities produced in Sacramento County, Farm Bureau is committed to helping consumers understand where their food comes from, the challenges associated with producing a safe, affordable food supply, and ensuring consumer confidence in California-grown products.
Sacramento County Farm Bureau has SEVEN MEMBERSHIP LEVELS: