Lindsey Liebig

Sacramento County Farm Bureau (SCFB) is proud to welcome our new Executive Director Lindsey Liebig.

Liebig grew up in Herald and graduated from Galt High School where she was one of four students to receive a Sacramento County Farm Bureau scholarship. Liebig then went on to receive her Bachelor of Science Degree from California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo in Agricultural Business, and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Agribusiness. Liebig is also a graduate of Leadership Farm Bureau Class of 2013, a program of the California Farm Bureau Federation that she has been managing for the past three years.

Liebig is no stranger to the Sacramento County Farm Bureau office; she was formerly the Program and Membership Development Coordinator for nearly two years starting in 2012. She then moved to the California Farm Bureau Federation as their Program Coordinator for Young Farmers and Ranchers and was later promoted to Program Director of Young Farmers and Ranchers and Leadership Farm Bureau.

Outside of the office Liebig serves as the Board President for the Sacramento County Farm Bureau’s Foundation for Agricultural Education, whose sole purpose is to provide scholarships to students interested in agricultural fields of study and funding agricultural education opportunities in Sacramento County.

Liebig is also the Chairman of the Herald Fire Protection District Board of Directors.

“I’m very much looking forward to reconnecting with Farm Bureau members within Sacramento County and being a consistent voice for our robust agricultural industry,” Liebig said. “I am fully committed to building upon our solid foundation formed over the past 100 years and propelling our organization forward into its next centennial.”  

Liebig began her position on March 26.

The Sacramento County Farm Bureau’s office is at 8970 Elk Grove Blvd. in Old Town.