Farm Bureau’s purpose is to protect, preserve, and promote agriculture in general, and the American Family Farming and Ranching way of life.The Los Angeles County Farm Bureau was founded in 1917 and currently has over 5000 members. LACFB is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-profit membership organization of agricultural producers and individuals that promote agriculture and agricultural education. Our members are also dedicated to the support and preservation of agriculture throughout Los Angeles County.As a grass-roots organization, we give farmers and ranchers a united voice to protect their common interests without regard to political or religious affiliations. We also strive to promote agriculture through public relations and educational programs such as AgDayLA, as well as supporting programs involving the California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classrooom and California School Garden Network. LACFB advocates and supports the economic advancement of agriculture while maintaining a balance with the appropriate management of natural resources.The Los Angeles County Farm Bureau is affiliated with a nationwide network of Farm Bureaus organized at the county, state, and national levels.California Farm Bureau FederationThe California Farm Bureau Federation (CFBF) is California’s largest farm organization with more than 91,000 members. Our 53 counties consist of farm bureau families that are located throughout the state of California.American Farm Bureau FederationAmerican Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) is the nation’s largest general farming organization, with more than six million members, representing more than 2,800 county farm bureaus throughout all 50 states and Puerto Rico.