Coming Soon: New NEFB Website
The Nebraska Farm Bureau website will be getting a new look and feel this month! Nebraska Farm Bureau will be updating the website Sunday, Oct. 17. You may experience disruptions in service Oct. 17-18. Stay tuned for more information!
Reinforce Your Cybersecurity Today
Nebraska is experiencing a significantnumber of ransomware attacks impacting numerous critical infrastructure sectors. That’s according to the latest bulletin from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, which follows a FBI notification of cyberattacks within the agriculture sector. Ransomware is an ever-evolving form of malware designed to encrypt files on a device, rendering any files, and the systems that rely on them, unusable. Malicious actors then demand ransom in exchange for decryption. Visit StopRansomware.gov for resources and information to protect your farm or ranch from ransomware.
CDL License changes are on the way, get all the details you need to know when applying or upgrading your license; NEFB President Mark McHargue visits with Nebraska’s Congressional Delegation on key agricultural issues; and the NEFB-PAC is asking for help in identifying and recruiting candidates to run for various public offices. Read all these stories and more in Policy Watch.
Policy Resolutions Due Nov. 5
County Farm Bureau leaders have until Nov. 5, 2021 to submit their county’s policy resolutions for consideration as part of the Nebraska Farm Bureau policy development process. Resolutions should be submitted to Whittney Kelley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Resolutions submitted will be included for consideration by members of the NEFB State Legislative Policy Committee at the upcoming Policy Forum to be held Nov.18 at the Kearney Holiday Inn. In-person and virtual options will be available for Policy Forum. Reserve your spot today and register online.
Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation Internship
The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation is seeking a summer intern to assist the Foundation’s education team by delivering agricultural literacy programming at summer camps, museums, and fairs, and aiding in the recruitment of Ag Pen Pals. The intern will gain experience in education programs, leadership, and public relations.
Earn Extra Income with New Member Benefit
Did you know outdoor enthusiasts spent a total of $17 billion last year to access land just like yours? Get in on the action with Nebraska Farm Bureau’s newest member benefit, LandTrust-Recreation Access Network. You control the permitted activities, price, property rules, and available dates. Farm Bureau members earn an additional 5% when using the direct link.