March 4, 2013

Who We Are

Fair Prices. Local Jobs. Fresh Foods. That’s what we’re working towards.

The National Family Farm Coalition (NFFC) was founded in 1986 and represents family farm and rural groups whose members face the challenge of the deepening economic recession in rural communities. 

The combination of our member groups’ grassroots strength and NFFC’s experience working on the national level enables us to play a unique role in securing a sustainable, economically just, healthy, safe and secure food and farm system. Additional power comes from collaborative work with a carefully built network of domestic and international organizations that share similar goals.

NFFC chooses its projects based on the potential to empower family farmers by reducing the corporate control of agriculture and promoting a more socially just farm and food policy.

The National Family Farm Coalition is a non-profit 501(c)(3), North American organization that serves as a national link for grassroots organizations working on family farm issues. NFFC represents 24 grassroots organizations in 32 states. These groups work in respective regions on credit, trade, and farm and food policy issues to ensure fair prices for farmers, local jobs for communities, and fresh foods for all. Through the NFFC, these organizations collaborate regionally on nation-wide campaigns making the most of every group’s experience, resources, and impact.

Executive Committee
NFFC Member Groups
How We Work

National Family Farm Coalition
110 Maryland Ave. N.E., Suite 307
Washington, DC 20002
ph (202) 543-5675
fax (202) 543-0978


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