American Stewards of Liberty is pleased to announce Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller will host this year’s annual “Stop 30×30 Summit” to be held September 21-23, 2023, in Irving, Texas.
“As an eighth-generation farmer and rancher, we can’t think of a more appropriate person to host this major property rights event opposing President Biden’s agenda to permanently protect 30 percent of our land by 2030,” said Margaret Byfield, Executive Director of American Stewards of Liberty.
Sid Miller is a staunch defender of Texas agriculture, constitutional freedoms, and individual liberties. He is a businessman who breeds and trains American Quarter Horses and is a recognized rodeo cowboy who holds 17 world championship titles.
“I’m very proud to host this event and be a part of this vital discussion. There’s never been a more critical time in American agriculture for those who live and work with the land to come together to learn what is at stake, to share information and ideas and to help plan the defense of our way of life,” Miller said. “I urge all who value their liberty and who support American agriculture to join us in Irving in September.”
The Summit will focus on strategies and policies to counter the Biden administrations unrelenting assault on private property rights.
Along with Commissioner Miller, there will be a stellar lineup of national speakers sharing their expertise and educating all in attendance, including state and local policymakers, farmers, ranchers, and concerned American citizens.
Commissioner Miller brought common sense into state government and when everyone was shutting down during Covid, he declared numerous companies and firms in the agricultural sector as “essential businesses,” saving thousands of jobs and enabling many Texas businesses to keep their doors open.
“Commissioner Miller is a true Texas hero and we’re proud to have him lead us this year against the largest land grab in American history,” commented Ms. Byfield.