Join Washington County Farm Bureau
County Dues: $40
Visit Washington County Farm Bureau to join Farm Bureau in person. For questions or to learn more, call 918-336-1355.
You can pay your membership dues at your county office by check, cash or credit card.
Join Washington County Farm Bureau online using our online membership portal. When you join online, you can pay your membership dues with a credit card using our secure online portal. When joining online, a $2 convenience fee is charged.
Washington County Farm Bureau board of directors
Macy Strom • Copan
Nellie Morgan • Ramona
Norita Martin • Copan
Randy Pirtle • Copan
Greg Reynolds • Bartlesville
Steve Snelson • Wann
Mary Jane Steeler •
Washington County is found in northeast Oklahoma, with the population nearing 52,000. Washington County was created on July 16, 1907, from Cherokee lands and is named after President George Washington. It is the smallest county in Oklahoma with 424.15 square miles in total area. Over 25% of the population of Washington County lives rurally.
The Washington County Farm Bureau is very involved in youth, agriculture, political and civic activities in the county. They sponsor many awards and educational programs for area schools and local 4-H and FFA members. Other public service activities include fire safety and prevention, defensive driving, bus and bicycle safety, tractor operations and safety, the commodity trailer and ATV training.
As of 2020, Washington County Farm Bureau has 796 members with 194 voting members.
WCFB annually hosts a legislative breakfast during the Oklahoma Legislative Session. Each fall, the WCFB also hosts a membership dinner featuring a homecooked ranch hand dinner with home, farm and ranch safety equipment as door prizes. All seven county board members currently serve their county on agriculture boards such as livestock committees, fair boards, local, state and national Cattlemen & Cattlewomen groups, state and national commodity committees, rural fire departments, Extension Service committees and more. All are actively involved and self-employed in production agriculture and other private business throughout the county.
Although there are small industries throughout the county, there are large industrial parks in Dewey and Bartlesville. There are also three higher education opportunities in Washington County; Rogers State College, Oklahoma Wesleyan University and the Tri County Technology Center.
Washington County is home to Phillips Petroleum Company and The Voice of the Martyrs. Things to do and see in the county include The Price Tower, the only skyscraper designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Frank Phillips Home and the Phillips 66 Museum. A museum in Dewey features Tom Mix, a cowboy, sheriff and cowboy actor. Just outside of Bartlesville is the Woolaroc Museum and wildlife sanctuary, along with their Mountain Man Retreat.