Support Washington Agriculture and become a member today!
- We all want safe, affordable, high quality food.
- We also want a robust Washington economy.
- Your Washington Farm Bureau Membership will continue to make that happen.
What’s in it for me…
Membership supports programs that ensure the growth of Washington food and farms, such as advocating for good government policy, developing opportunities for young farmers, providing student scholarships and grants, supporting local food efforts, creating food literacy programs for kids, water quality, farmland preservation and more.
Although we have many farmers as members, you don’t have to be a farmer to join our cause. Today, it doesn’t matter if you grow food or purchase it, Washington Farm Bureau invites you to work with your neighbors to enhance the quality of life in your community and the unique ways agriculture touches our lives.
Three Categories of Washington Farm Bureau Membership
Review the categories below, and select the membership that is appropriate for you.
Agricultural Membership allows you voting privileges and all the benefits associated with that responsibility.
As a member, you stay informed on pressing issues that affect agriculture and your livelihood.
Have your voice heard in your county, the legislature in Olympia, and in the national government!
If your business has an agricultural income of more than $2,500 per year, it is the Farm Bureau policy that you may become an Agricultural
member, please join us!
If you own a licensed business, are doing business in Washington State, and want to support Washington
Agriculture’s ongoing work to maintain “safe – affordable – high quality food” along with
“a robust Washington economy“, please join us!
Non-farm, non-business Washington resident. Must have a valid Washington mailing address. ($20 annually)
If you want to maintain the food supply chain, food security, and ensure
Washington farmers continue to feed the world, please join us!
Annual Agricultural and Business membership dues are listed by County Farm Bureau at the bottom of the page.
Note: New Members – If you are a new Country Financial customer please contact your representative to enroll.
Please use the Country Financial application available through your representative.
If you are enrolling independently of a Country Financial representative, please use the member application form below.
Membership Enrollment & Renewal Application Form:
Open this Membership Application form, download the form to make it a fillable file, complete the interactive pdf form and save the file to your computer before you attach to an e-mail addressed to Jenni Budde: firstname.lastname@example.org
To obtain a printable copy of the Washington Farm Bureau membership application Click Here
Please fill out the application and send it via:
Washington Farm Bureau
975 Carpenter Road NE, Suite 301
Lacey, WA 98516
FAX: 1-360-705-0419 Attention: Jenni Budde
Questions please call Jenni Budde at 1-800-331-3276
Questions in Spanish please call Luis Isiordia at 1 509 594 5801
Annual county membership fee is to be sent in at the time of enrollment or renewal.
Associate memberships (non-voting) are available for a $20 annual fee.
Agriculture and Business Membership annual dues are by county in the table below.
If your business has an agricultural income of more than $2,500 per year, it is the Farm Bureau policy that you may become an Agricultural member.
|County||Code||Farmer / Business|
|Clark/Cowlitz (Skamania, Wahkiakum)||06||$110.00|
|Columbia/Blue Mountain (Asotin, Garfield)||07||$110.00|
|North Olympic (Jefferson, Clallam)||16||$110.00|
|Skagit (San Juan)||29||$120.00|
|Stevens (includes Pend Oreille & Ferry)||33||$120.00|
|Yakima (includes Klickitat)||39||$125.00|
We assess a $15 chargeback fee for Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) .