CONTACT YOUR REPRESENTATIVES NOW TO OPPOSE SB 383
On January 25th, Senate Bill 383 was introduced in the WV Legislature. If passed, this bill will effectively terminate ALL negotiating power that a mineral owner has. This bill GIVES the gas companies the right to pool as long as they have a lease.
As many mineral owners know there are many leases that do not allow for forced pooling and therefore the company must come and renegotiate to get pooling in these old leases. If this bill is passed these companies NO LONGER have to do that. As long as they have a lease then they are AUTOMATICALLY granted pooling rights, taking negotiation completely off the table.
Please take a moment and contact your representative TODAY and let them know that Senate Bill 383 is TERRIBLE for West Virginians!
Sponsors of this bill are Boso, Ferns and Maynard. Bill referred to Energy Committee; then to Judiciary. Link to list of Senators: http://www.legis.state.wv.us/Senate1/roster.cfm
WEST VIRGINIA AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY HALL OF FAME ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS
Nomination Deadline February 16, 2016
Charleston, W.Va. Nominations for induction into the West Virginia Agriculture and Forestry Hall of
Fame (WVAFHF) are now being accepted. The WVAFHF is devoted to honoring individuals, businesses,
organizations, institutions and foundations who have helped make this nation great through outstanding
contributions to the establishment, development, advancement or improvement of the agricultural, forestry
and/or family life of West Virginia.
Farm Bureau Elects New Grassroots Leaders
ORLANDO, FLORIDA, January 12, 2016 – Delegates at the 97th American Farm Bureau Federation Annual Convention elected Zippy Duvall of Georgia as president and Scott VanderWal of South Dakota as vice president for two-year terms.
Delegates elected seven state Farm Bureau presidents to the AFBF board of directors: Carl Bednarski, Michigan; Rich Felts, Kansas (Midwest Region), Harry Ott, South Carolina; Jeff Aiken, Tennessee; Gerald Long, Georgia (Southern Region), Rick Ebert, Pennsylvania (Northeast Region) and Bryce Wrigley, Alaska (Western Region).
Farm Credit of the Virginias Contributes $10,000 to Farm Bureau Mobile Ag Ed Science Lab
Farm Credit of the Virginias Chairman Charlie Leech presented a check for $10,000 to Charles Wilfong, President of West Virginia Farm Bureau, to support the purchase of a new Mobile Agriculture Education Science Lab.
First launched in 2009, the Mobile Ag Ed Science Lab travels to elementary schools across the Mountain State, teaching children about agriculture and the important roles it plays far beyond food.
Farm Bureau’s Agricultural Contact Team (FBACT) is the American Farm Bureau Federation’s grassroots action network. When we reach out to Congress, we impact the decisions they make.
FBACT advances agricultural and rural interests by connecting members of Congress to those people who matter most – their constituents.
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