In these times of low farm prices, devastating floods, massive soil loss, wildfires and people demanding an ethical, healthy diet, the time could be ripe to end our system of industrial farming and replace it with agroecology.
On April 24, 2019, Pesticide Action Network and National Family Farm Coalition co-hosted a webinar featuring family farmers Dr. Gail Myers (California), Patti Naylor (Iowa), and Carl Wassilie (Alaska). The focus of their conversation was the Green New Deal, a nonbinding resolution introduced in the US House of Representatives early February with very little content on Read more about Farmers For a Green New Deal: An Online Forum[…]
Food sovereignty is climate justice. We can cool the planet AND ensure adequate food and nutrition to the world’s human population by fighting the destructive and building the new.
For more information contact: Katherine Ozer, Executive Director, National Family Farm Coalition, 202-421-4544, email@example.com; Lorette Picciano, Executive Director, Rural Coalition, 202-628-7161, firstname.lastname@example.org; Rudy Arredondo, President, National Latino Farmers and Ranchers Trade Association, 202-628-1440, email@example.com November 15, 2016 Statement on Behalf of National Family Farm Coalition, Rural Coalition and National Latino Farmers and Ranchers Trade Read more about Joint NFFC-RC-NLFRTA Release on TPP’s Demise[…]
As Climate Talks Begin, Obama’s Change Mandate in Question (12.03.09) With Copenhagen around the corner and failure of this week’s WTO negotiations, the Obama administration’s international agenda and leadership style are coming under scrutiny. The potential confirmation of controversial former pesticide lobbyist Islam Siddiqui as the U.S. trade representative for agriculture threatens to further undermine this Read more about Obama’s Change Mandate in Question[…]