Tree in the middle of the button surrounded by farming tools, hooks, chains and a bone key with "P" left of the tree and "H" right of the tree. Both letters are capital and red. At the bottom there are two arms reaching out from the left and right, shaking hands.
The farmer’s organization called the National Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry was formed in Washington, D.C. on December 4, 1867 by Oliver Hudson Kelly, US Department of Agriculture clerk, with six others. Unlike other organizations at the time, women were able to participate. Caroline Hall, Kelley’s niece, was an advocate for women’s equality and was later named an honorary 8th founder.