By Trista Crossley, Wheatlife
Anybody will tell you that effective communication is a two-way street, and one of the ways the Washington Association of Wheat Growers (WAWG) communicates with its members is through the county associations.
Members in each of the 13, wheat-producing counties that make up WAWG elect a representative to the state board of directors. Each county association also elects a president, vice president and secretary/treasurer. Some counties are very active, holding meetings each month and rotating members through leadership positions regularly, while other counties only meet once or twice a year with the same person acting as the state representative as well as president for multiple years.
Read more here.