Keeping Mendocino County Strong.
Mendocino County Farm Bureau
Mendocino County Farm Bureau exists to ensure the success of farming, ranching and our shared rural heritage in Mendocino County. Founded in 1918, the Mendocino County Farm Bureau seeks to promote and protect the future of agriculture and rural values.
Join the Farm Bureau.
Being a member of this organization gives you the opportunity to get involved. When over 99% of the population in the state and the nation is disconnected from farming and ranching, Farm Bureau is your community. Join the united voice of Farm Bureau to support your operation and our community.
As a member of Mendocino County Farm Bureau you are able to use local and statewide benefits. New benefits are being added all of the time. Click on the button below to see all the benefits available to our members.
Renew Your Membership.
Would you like to renew an expired Farm Bureau Membership? Learn more about the different Standard and Premium Memberships available to you. You can renew an existing membership on-line by visiting the California Farm Bureau website below.
We know farming and ranching is no 9 to 5 job. We are your voice at the local, regional, state and national level so you can focus on what you do best. Click on the button below to see find out about issues that MCFB are working on.
Celebrate the impressive variety of food grown here in our county by joining us for a locally sourced brunch feast! Click Here to Download Go to our Members Only page to get discount code for member pre-sale tickets. Also, if you are planning to… Read More
Each year the Mendocino County Farm Bureau awards scholarships to deserving students with a desire to start a career in the agricultural industry. The student criteria is unique in the fact that applicants can be continuing students of any age-entering or attending an accredited trade school, college or university, including out of state, and majoring in an agricultural related field.
Working For You
MCFB is always working hard to protect farming and ranching. Click on the button below to view a few of our most recent efforts.