The City of Columbia is proud to announce the installation of a historical marker at the headquarters of Tennessee Farm Bureau, commemorating a century of dedicated service to the community. The marker ceremony was a momentous occasion celebrating the enduring partnership between Tennessee Farm Bureau and the City of Columbia.
Founded in 1921, Tennessee Farm Bureau has played an integral role in the agricultural heritage of Tennessee. Tennessee Farm Bureau is a non-profit organization that represents the interests of farmers and rural families in Tennessee, providing a variety of services to its members, including insurance, financial planning, and educational programs. The historical marker, placed prominently at their state headquarters in Columbia, serves as a testament to their unwavering commitment to the region for the past 100 years.
“For a century, Tennessee Farm Bureau has been deeply rooted in the heart of Columbia, working tirelessly to support our farmers and rural communities,” stated Eric Mayberry, President, Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation. “This historical marker symbolizes our long-lasting partnership with this great city, and we are honored to have been a part of its growth and success. We are grateful to the City of Columbia for recognizing our contributions and commitment to this community.”
About Tennessee Farm Bureau:
Tennessee Farm Bureau is a leading agricultural organization dedicated to supporting Tennessee farmers and rural communities. For a century, they have been a cornerstone of the agricultural industry, advocating for the needs and interests of farmers and promoting the vitality of rural areas across the state.