2022 NJFB Annual Meeting

New Jersey Farm Bureau 104th Annual Meeting Web Page!

.The 104th annual meeting of New Jersey Farm Bureau will be held November 14-15 at the Princeton Westin at Forrestal Village.  (201 Village Blvd, Princeton, NJ 08540 – southbound side of Route 1 in Forrestal Village) Everything you need to prepare for your attendance at the annual meeting can be found here.  


2022 Theme:  Family ~ Farming ~ UNITED

The theme for this year’s convention is “Family ~ Farming ~ UNITED.”  It’s no secret that this year has held serious challenges for agriculture.  But New Jersey farmers, and Farm Bureau members know that we are all stronger, and better able to handle those challenges when we all work together.  We’d love to see photos of your farm operations that you think best exemplify this spirit of resilience and unity.  Please send them to lizt@njfb.org and we’ll feature them throughout the convention.

Reserve Rooms

The cut-off date for our room block at the Westin was October 21.  The Westin is now completely sold out.  If you require overnight lodging, here are a few hotels located on Route 1 in the near vicinity of the Westin.  

Doubletree Princeton 609-452-2400
Marriott at Forrestal 1-888-739-1695

Hampton Inn 609-951-0066 

Reserve Meals

PLEASE NOTE:  Delegate’s meals are automatically reserved and should not be included on the meal reservation form.  

For any non-delegates, use this link to reserve and pay for your meals online.  Deadline for meal reservations is November 7.

Annual Meeting Speakers and Program

Confirmed topics include:

MEDIA RELATIONS:  AFBF staffer Johnna Miller
BANQUET KEYNOTE SPEAKER – American Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall
WILDLIFE ISSUES:  NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife, Bureau Chief for Wildlife Management Carole Stanko
AG INNOVATION:  Burlington County farmer Rose Robson, to discuss her PawPaw fruit production.
CLIMATE SMART AG:  AFBF staffer Andrew Walmsley
AGRIVOLTAICS RESEARCH: Dave Specca, Assistant Director, Rutgers EcoComplex
UPDATE FROM RUTGERS SEBS: Dr. Wendie Cohick, Director of Research, NJAES
UPDATE FROM NJDA: NJ Secretary of Agriculture Doug Fisher



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