Iowa State Grange
With more than nearly 140,000 members nationwide being found in more than 1400 communities.
We are the country’s oldest agricultural fraternity and rural service organization.
The foundation of the organization is the Community Grange, which can be found in rural, suburban and urban communities.
What can we do?
There are many facets of the Grange, from agriculture to community service to local, state, and national legislative action. For 155 years, the Grange has helped make rural America stronger through direct service and helping to shape laws and platforms. A political but non-partisan organization, the Grange influences policy that makes rural America a better place for its residents and those who benefit from it.
What we are doing:
We are currently working on starting a new community Grange in the Cedar Rapids area. If you are interested in more information or contacting the Iowa State Grange about being a part of this local Grange, please email us at email@example.com.
Tannenbaum Forest Festival in Amana, IA
The Iowa State Grange has a Grange themed Christmas tree at the Tannenbaum Forest in the village of Amana from November 25 - December 18 in the Amana Festhalle Barn, 4707 220th Trail, Amana, IA.
More Information on the Tannenbaum Forest here: https://amanacolonies.com/things-to-do/festivals/tannenbaum-forest/
Iowa State Grange History
If you have any Iowa State Grange, Patrons of Husbandry, or local community Grange items, materials, etc.. that you are willing to donate or share with the Iowa State Grange archives, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get in contact with you. Thank you!