On November 5, the Food Solutions Forum will connect farmers, fishermen, food workers, small business owners and the public with presidential candidates to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing our local food producers.
To learn how 2020 presidential candidates are thinking about this socio-economic-environmental crisis, a group of non-profit organizations in and near New Hampshire representing food providers, small businesses, eaters, and educators spent several months planning a candidates’ forum.
Rural people are entitled to the right to live in healthy, vigorous communities that have quality schools, medical care and opportunities for all.
Pesticide Action Network and National Family Farm Coalition co-hosted a webinar featuring family farmers. 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 food and agriculture.