Michael Reagan, the eldest son of former President Ronald Reagan, is a dynamic and sought-after public speaker.
Michael spent nearly two decades as a conservative radio talk show host. He left this position to travel the country in order to champion President Reagan’s values and principals in the public policy forum and through candidates who embody his father’s legacy.
Besides his weekly column, read nationwide in more than 300 newspapers, Michael has authored many successful books including his best-selling autobiography, On the Outside Looking In, and Michael’s latest, The New Reagan Revolution: How Ronald Reagan’s Principles Can Restore America’s Greatness.
Monday Night Dinner Speaker
Acknowledged as one of the top mentalists in the world, Bob is also recognized as one of the leading entertaining speakers in the industry.
Breakout Session Speakers
FBI Special Agent, Sheldon Fung
Farm Bureau would like to welcome FBI Special Agent, Sheldon Fung from the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Sacramento Division. A trained bomb tech and hazardous material specialist, Mr. Fung will be speaking with members about rural crime awareness and what to look for on landowner home operations. There will be some graphic information included in this presentation. Please no children.
Director of Leadership Development, American Farm Bureau Federation, Kyle Perry
Farm Bureau welcomes back Kyle Perry, Director of Leadership Development for the American Farm Bureau Federation. Kyle’s presentations have become a favorite with our members. Highlights include growing membership including target marketing for specific California commodities and member renewal excitement. Kyle’s presentation will focus on generational differences and current membership challenges.
The Green Rush: Dealing with the Impacts of Marijuana Production on Agricultural and Resource Lands in California
Farm Bureau members will have an opportunity to listen to a moderated speaker panel presenting on the topics of safety and environmental impacts related to marijuana grows on agricultural and resource lands. The panel will consist of Stormer Feiler, Biologist with the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board; Scott Bauer, Environmental Scientist with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife; Tommy LaNier, Initiative Director with the National Marijuana Initiative: High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area program (HIDTA) and Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims with Lt. Rick Ko. The discussion will be moderated and there will be an opportunity for a question and answer session with the panelists.