The Connecticut State Grange consists of nearly 60 local chapters supporting programs of service, families, agriculture, legislation and more. For 130 years, Grange members have been meeting the needs of their communities across Connecticut. Our organization has constantly evolved to be of service to our communities, families and our neighbors.
Today’s Grange works to improve conditions for rural, suburban, and urban Americans. The Granges in Connecticut are very active within their local communities on a daily basis. The centerpiece of Grange activity is community service. In Connecticut, each Grange determines what is needed in their individual communities and works to fill the void.
The mission of the Connecticut State Grange, a fraternal organization with roots in rural and agricultural history and the Grange ritual, is to serve as the unifying and supportive organization of community and district Granges in programs of community service, family activities, legislation, and other activities relevant to local communities.