Edmonson County Farm Bureau Key Programs - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Edmonson County Farm Bureau Key Programs

 

Ag in the Classroom
The Edmonson County Farm Bureau provides a packet of information made available in each school library. 

Farm Safety Day
All fifth graders in Edmonson County participate in the Farm Safety Day Camp. 

Food Check-Out Day
Edmonson County Farm Bureau donates to a local food bank in recognition of Food Check-Out Day. 

Outstanding Youth and Variety
These contests are held annually in conjunction with the Annual Meeting.

Roadside Farm Markets
Mammoth Cave Transplants - click here for more information

Scholarship
The Edmonson County Farm Bureau offers a $1,000 scholarship annually to a senior in the Edmonson County School System who is a member of Farm Bureau. Applications are available at the counselors office at Edmonson County High School and at the Farm Bureau office on Jackson Street.

 

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