Virginia Farm Bureau Women's Program

The Farm Bureau Women’s Program is an integral part of the Farm Bureau organization. The Women's program embraces: The agriculture industry through education to strengthen the knowledge of agriculture in local communities, being a strong voice for Virginia farmers, setting examples of community stewardship with outreach projects and political involvement by advocating for Farm Bureau policies

If you are interested in receiving more information about the Women’s Program, please contact your local county Farm Bureau office or Angela Haskovec, Sr. Program Coordinator at or 804-290-1031.

District Meeting Dates 2017

Region Date Location
Southeast August 17 Cypress Cove Country Club, Franklin
Capital & Eastern August 22 Meadow Event Park, Doswell
Northern August 26 Luigi’s Italian Restaurant, Culpeper
Southside September 9 Charley's Waterfront Restaurant, Farmville
Valley September 16 Valley Pike Farm Market, Weyers Cave
Southwest September 21 Southwest Higher Education Center, Abingdon
Midwest October 5 Shively Electric, Rocky Mount
Central October 21 Belmont Ruritan, Spotsylvania
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The Women’s Program newsletter can provide you with current and upcoming events, changes in the Goals & Initiatives and county highlights. Please contact Angela Haskovec if you would like to receive the newsletter at your home.

Leadership Recognition & Awards

Farm Woman of the Year

The purpose of this award is to recognize a farm woman for contributions to her farm business, related agriculture and community activities, leadership and community involvement. A candidate must first be nominated prior to completing an application.

Lady Leader, 'Proudly Promoting Agriculture'

The Lady Leader program identifies women who can effectively articulate and share the values of agriculture in today’s world and provides these spokespersons with opportunities to promote farming, agribusiness and Farm Bureau.

Virginia Farm Bureau Ambassador

The purpose of this contest is to recognize young adults for their interest and achievements in agriculture and provide an opportunity to serve as an ambassador for agriculture and Farm Bureau. Eligible applicants must be a member of Farm Bureau between the ages of 18 and 25.

Become a member of Virginia Farm Bureau and help support agricultural programs in your community