Join us virtually!
Ninety years ago, our founders knew family farms were worth fighting for. They gathered in solidarity to set policy that would improve life on their family farms and in their communities. We'll continue that legacy — although virtually — as we celebrate Wisconsin Farmers Union's 90th year.
Enjoy convention from the comfort of home and a reduced registration rate for members:
$20 per delegate or non-delegate family viewing group.
Please note, due to the virtual nature of the event this year, there will be a firm registration deadlines:
January 11th for delegates
January 29th for non-delegates
If you wish to take part in the WFU policy process, please register as a delegate. Ages 16+ may serve as delegates. All active counties at their annual meeting should have elected delegates who are current on annual dues. Individual members who are members in good standing from active and non-active counties may register as individual delegates to vote their own vote.
Dates to Remember
Oct/Nov - Chapter Annual Meetings & Policy Discussions.
Dec 1 - Deadline for policy resolutions, bylaw changes, & special orders of business. No new topics will be entertained after this point.
Dec 7 - The Resolutions Review Committee will review resolutions submitted by the Dec. 1 deadline. Contact Bobbi Wilson or 608-234-374 for the recording of the meeting and/or a full list of resolutions that were submitted by the chapters for 2021.
Dec 15 - Deadline for WFU board and NFU delegate candidates to submit bios for January WFU News.
Jan 9 - County presidents meet to review proposed policy.
Jan 11 - Last day to register as a voting delegate to represent your chapter or vote your own vote.
Jan 11 - Deadline for WFU board and NFU delegate candidates to submit bios for delegate mailing.
Jan 29 - Deadline for non-delegate attendee registrations.
Jan 30 - Join us for two days of convention fun, grassroots policy, & ample time for networking with WFU friends from across the state!
This year, we will be electing board directors for
District 2 (Dunn, Pepin, Pierce, and St. Croix Counties)
District 6 (Adams, Columbia, Green Lake, Juneau, Marathon, Marquette, Portage, Sauk, Waupaca, Waushara, and Wood Counties)
District 7 (Dane, Jefferson, Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth Counties)
As well as 2 delegates to represent WFU at the NFU Convention. The deadline for WFU board and NFU delegate candidates to submit bios for January WFU News is December 15th. Please send bios to Danielle Endvick at .
Following the WFU convention, the board of directors will hold elections for the WFU Executive Committee (President, Vice President, and Secretary).
In order to hold a virtual convention, while keeping our important policy discussion, our 2021 Annual State Convention is open only to WFU members this year.
If you are a chapter delegate who has been selected at your chapter's annual meeting to represent your chapter, please choose Chapter Delegate (Members Only)Representing a County/Local.
If multiple people from your household are acting as representative chapter delegates, you must each pay $20 and register to receive your access information.
If you are an individual delegate who would like to take part in the the Bylaw, Policy, and Board Elections, and were not selected by a chapter, please choose: Individual Delegate (Members Only)Voting My Own Vote.
If multiple people from your household are acting as individual delegates, you must each pay $20 and register to receive your access information.
If you are not interested taking part as a delegate, but would like to listen to the policy convention, please select Non-Delegate Member/Family/Chapter Group Viewing On One Device (Members Only).
Individuals, households, and chapter groups who will be watching on one device should only register once. If more than 5 attendees in the group, please contact Lynn Bowe at 608-716-3816 or 715-723-5561.
For questions or registration assistance please contact Lynn Bowe by email at email@example.com or by phone at 608-716-3816 or 715-723-5561.
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This year, our silent auction will be held digitally via our online conference platform. Funds raised will be used for roofing improvements at our WFU Kamp Kenwood facility, and for the purchase of pop-up tents for the WFU camp and outreach program. Support of the Farmers Union camp program and facility is an investment in leadership and engagement for future generations.If you or your chapter would like to donate to the silent auction, please fill out this form.