We look forward to seeing you all at our 2022 Annual Meeting. Mark your calendars - registration opens September 1st!
Rosella is a specialty vegetable farmer from Auburn. She and her husband, Burr, operate Mosby Farms that provides hand weeded, hand harvested vegetables to the Puget Sound region’s grocery chains and produce houses, as well as local food banks. For many years, Rosella has been engaged in Olympia and Washington, D.C., on critical policy issues important to the farmers and ranchers in Washington. She has a passion for advocating for farmers and ranchers with policy makers, government officials and the public.
Raul and his wife, Alisa, are small forest landowners from Stevens County. He served as the Thurston County Farm Bureau President for more than a decade, as well as a member of the state board. Raul has served on many committees and organizations defending freedom, liberty, and fighting government overreach.
Anne Lawrence joined the WFB state leadership team in 2020 as our Second Vice President. Anne is passionate about local agriculture and representation for farmers of all sizes. She and her husband, Nelson are first-generation farmers growing 40 various types of vegetables, herbs, and leafy greens in Clark County. Over a 20-week season, Anne and her husband provide CSA boxes full of fresh and local produce.
"As long as our grassroots are engaged.... we will always be a strong organization and continue to do what we have done for 102 years."
American Farm Bureau President
Each year, WFB awards up to five $2,000 scholarships to deserving students. In previous years, funds to support this scholarship were raised through the Women's committee live auction. Your donation will help continue these scholarship efforts.