A joint statement by NFFC and Rural Coalition on the Senate farm bill.
Exciting news! Now that we have launched our model of shared leadership with the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance, we’re hitting the road. That’s right! There’s no better way to celebrate the bridging of our farming and fishing communities than with an epic two-month-long road trip that will bring us straight to the piers and plows[…]
NFFC statement on the defeat of the regressive House farm bill.
A reflection by Niaz Dorry, NFFC’s new Executive Director, on the process of stepping into a new role.
As of May 1, Niaz Dorry will lead the work of both organizations.
Diverse Coalition Demands Steps to Raise Farmer Prices, Prevent Farmer Suicides Contact: Siena Chrisman, (917) 821-9631, firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 23, 2017 Today more than 50 family farmer, labor, and consumer organizations urged federal agriculture policymakers to take immediate steps to help US dairy farmers, who have struggled for years with milk prices that[…]
NFFC today sent this letter to Congressional and USDA agriculture leadership urging immediate action on the dairy crisis.
For immediate release Contact: John Peck (608.345.3918), Anthony Pahnke (612.916.9148), Lisa Griffith (773.319.5838) Family Farmers, Fishers and Food Workers Urge Eaters Everywhere to Contact Their Elected Officials and Demand Food Sovereignty NOW to Commemorate April 17th – the International Day of Peasant Struggle On April 17th each year, members of La Via Campesina – the[…]
We would like the 2018 farm bill to reach and support everyone, but evidence so far suggests a callous and divisive intent.
Ben Burkett, NFFC former board president raising soy, old growth pine trees and roughly 20 different vegetables in Mississippi, added, “As a 4th generation family farmer this merger concentrates too much seed stock and intellectual property into one company, further declining rural America.”