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SAFSF 2023 Farm Bill Principles: Supporting Equitable and Sustainable Agriculture, Food, and Fiber Systems

The farm bill is the most significant piece of legislation Congress enacts (roughly every 5 years) that has a direct impact on farming livelihoods, how food is produced, what kinds of foods are grown, and how economically distressed families eat. Join us to hear from SAFSF staff and SAFSF Policy Committee Members for an overview

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State Policy in Focus: 2023 Legislative Landscape with NCSL

From bolstering local food systems, regulating agricultural chemicals, to expanding farmers’ access to land, state legislatures have a significant role in incorporating sustainability and equity into the laws and policies that govern the U.S. food and agriculture systems.  In this webinar, experts at the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), a bipartisan organization serving legislators

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Farm Bill Platforms from the Field – National Young Farmers Coalition

Join us to hear from Vanessa García Polanco, Policy Campaigns Co-Director at the National Young Farmers Coalition (NYFC) about their 2023 Farm Bill Platform. Vanessa will walk us through NYFC's policy priorities and help us understand where funders can engage and support these efforts. This is a free, funder-only event. Registration is required.

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Civic Engagement Strategies to Advance Food Systems Change: Primer with PACE

Co-hosted with Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement This webinar is the first in a two-part series. Part Two: Civic Engagement Strategies to Advance Food Systems Change: Dive Deeper with FCCP | March 16 There are numerous ways that philanthropy can support civic engagement that strengthens democracy itself, and can lead to outcomes on specific issues

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