Family Farm Groups from Three Countries Slam NAFTA Reboot Based on TPP

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 15, 2017 As the formal talks to renegotiate NAFTA begin in Washington, DC this week, family farm organizations from Canada, the United States and Mexico denounce the direction of the talks. Despite repeated demands by civil society organizations in all three countries, the governments have refused to open the talks to[…]

NFFC & Rural Coalition Outline NAFTA Concerns to USTR

NAFTA should be replaced with an agreement that encourages and ensures environmental sustainability, economic viability and longevity for the people growing and harvesting our food, as well as their communities, in all three NAFTA countries.

NFFC Supports Interim Final Rule for Livestock Growers

National Family Farm Coalition submitted the following comments to GIPSA (Grain Inspection and Packers and Stockyards Administration) on June 12, 2017: These comments are submitted in regard to 9 CFR Part 201, Federal Register Number 2017-07361, posted April 12, 2017, on behalf of the National Family Farm Coalition (NFFC). The NFFC represents 25 grassroots member[…]

NFFC Seeks Interim Policy Advocate

Location: Washington, D.C. Organizational Description National Family Farm Coalition (NFFC) unites and strengthens the work of its diverse grassroots member organizations to demand viable livelihoods for family farmers, fishermen and workers; safe and healthy food for all; and economically and environmentally sound rural communities.  Founded in 1987, NFFC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization committed[…]

NFFC and Allies Reject NAFTA to USTR

NAFTA should be replaced with a different agreement with the goal of increasing living standards in all three countries. Any provisions related to agriculture must start from a goal of rebuilding farm and food systems to support fair and sustainable rural economies and food supplies.