NFFC Stands in Solidarity with MST – Landless Workers Movement of Brazil
NFFC stands with the MST and others around the globe fighting for basic human rights – access to land, seeds, water, housing, healthcare, education, and food.
Groups call on Harvard University to Stop Land Grabs
A national conversation about large-scale land investments by corporations and the ramifications for independent producers and workers who put food on our tables is long overdue.
Harvard and TIAA Involved in Destruction of Most Biodiverse Savannah in World
A new report details how Harvard University and U.S.-based pension fund TIAA are involved in forest firest burning in a key ecosystem — the Brazilian savannah (Cerrado).
Government Shutdown Threatens Future of Rural America
The partial government shutdown, now in day 34, is compounding years of hardship from which rural communities may never recover.
How the Myth of Bioenergy Exploits Rural Communities and Harms Forests, Farmland, and the Climate
NFFC’s December 2017 Newsletter
Dedicated to the memory of Katherine Ozer, we offer this newsletter in appreciation to our members and to others committed to a just farm and food system.
Press Statement on the Assassination of Berta Cáceres, Call to Action
We support the rightful demands of COPINH and of all Indigenous communities to protect and defend their lands and to prevent unwanted megaprojects in their territory, starting with the Agua Zarca dam project on the sacred Gualcarque River.
The Federation of Southern Cooperatives and OFRANEH Share 2015 Food Sovereignty Prize!
Black US Farmers, Honduran Afro-Indigenous Share Food Sovereignty Prize.
Fall 2013 Newsletter
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