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Ag Ambassadors



The AG Ambassador program provides five couples, one from each Idaho Farm Bureau district, the opportunity to go back to Washington D.C. in March to meet with congressional leaders and discuss issues relating to their operations and Idaho agriculture. This trip usually occurs in March. In February, Ag Ambassadors are prepared for their legislative visits with advocacy training.

In 2017 one couple from each IFBF district may be granted a scholarship for airfare and 5 nights lodging only, not to exceed

$3,000, to attend the Ag Ambassadors tour, March 6-11, 2018. Please note the following rules:
1.Only one application may be submitted from each county.
2.The application must be completed and in the IFBF Home Office by Nov. 1, 2017.
3.The application will be judged on merit and need. There will be a committee of judges that includes the state
directors from the applicant’s district.
4.Notification will be made to the winners at the IFBF State Convention.
5.Before applying, please make sure the applicants will be able to participate in the pre-training meeting in Boise.
6.Dues to a rigorous schedule, it’s not advised to bring small children.
7.To be eligible for the full award, the scholarship recipients must participate on the entire trip.
8.Hotel reservations will be made through staff in the Home Office. Idaho Farm Bureau will pay for 5 nights lodging in Washington D.C. Please make your own flight reservations by calling Launa at TTS Travel, TTS Travel will then direct
bill IFBF.
9.Travelers are expected to pay for their own meals, additional hotel room nights and incidentals.


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