The Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation hosted a Right to Farm Training for the Oklahoma Agri-Women June 23 at the OKFB home office in Oklahoma City.
Members of Oklahoma Agri-Women were instructed on a variety of talking points when advocating for State Question 777. The training also addressed several media tips, including social media.
Oklahoma Agri-Women is a state affiliate of American Agri-Women, which is the nation’s largest coalition of farm, ranch and agribusiness women with more than 50 state, commodity and agribusiness affiliate organizations throughout the country.
The purpose of Oklahoma Agri-Women includes three parts: to unite women in all segments of the Oklahoma food, fiber and agriculture industry having mutual concerns; to keep Oklahoma Agri-Women members informed of legislation that is of concern to Oklahoma’s agriculture industry while remaining nonpartisan; and to educate consumers, elected officials and the general public about the importance of agriculture to Oklahoma’s economy and environment.