NFFC seeks a determined, committed, and creative individual to join our team as our DC-based Policy Director, who can identify and advance policy opportunities to achieve our goals.
Having worked for family farmers and rural communities at multiple levels of government for nearly two decades, Quinton Robinson was a logical choice for NFFC policy advocate.
NPR ran a story this morning also critiquing USFRA’s film ‘Farmland.’ Please listen in!
Last Thursday, the USDA released its preliminary data from the 2012 Agriculture Census. To us here at NFFC, the census numbers were misleading and not reflective of the economic situation for small-scale independent farmers. Civil Eats, an online news source that focuses on all things food, interviewed Kathy for their story on the USDA’s data.[…]
This past weekend, we opened our Winter Meeting with Christopher Leonard and a discussion about his upcoming book, The Meat Racket: The Secret Takeover of America’s Food Business. Leonard, a former AP agribusiness reporter, discussed what he learned about the meat industry and the struggles of livestock growers in the business. It was an honor[…]