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Translating Mission-Driven Advocacy into News Stories that Matter

Presented by the Nell Newman Foundation This virtual gathering will unite funders with food media leaders and farmers for a lively and interactive discussion about maximizing philanthropic impact through media relations. Attendees will gain techniques to help outlets see food systems work as compelling, vital stories. Learn how nonprofit media organizations are mobilizing during this

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We Can’t ‘Foodbank’ Our Way Out of Hunger: From Charity to a Social Justice Funding Model

Join us for a two-part discussion of the contradictions in our food and social welfare systems, and the ways philanthropy can help abate the present-day crisis and demonstrate a long-term commitment to building health, social, environmental, and economic resilience into our food system. Each webinar will include a panel discussion followed by a funder-only strategy

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SAFSF Fibers Roadmap: Launch and Overview

Join us for the launch of the SAFSF Fibers Roadmap: Integrated Capital Opportunities to Support Revitalization of U.S.-Grown Fiber, Textiles, and Leather - a three-part webinar series. Sustainable agriculture and food systems encompass much more than food production alone. Food and fibers are critical for our daily needs and are fundamental to human health. And

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In The Kitchen Call: Election 2020

Member and Strategic Partnerships Director Renee Catacalos and Policy Program Director Traci Bruckner will host an open discussion with SAFSF members to unpack the 2020 election results and what those results could mean for food and agriculture policy in the short and long term. Join us and your SAFSF colleagues for this conversation in the

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Online Funder Screening of ‘GATHER’

SAFSF is excited to host a free online screening and discussion of "Gather," an intimate portrait of the growing movement amongst Native Americans to reclaim their spiritual, political, and cultural identities through food sovereignty while battling the trauma of centuries of genocide. First Nations Development Institute is co-producer of "Gather" and the film features many

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SAFSF Fibers Roadmap: Case Studies from the Fiber System

Join us for the launch of the SAFSF Fibers Roadmap: Integrated Capital Opportunities to Support Revitalization of U.S.-Grown Fiber, Textiles, and Leather. Sustainable agriculture and food systems encompass much more than food production alone. Food and fibers are critical for our daily needs and are fundamental to human health. And just like food, fiber crops—including

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Climate, Agriculture, Farm Bill 2023

2020 Policy Outlook - Funder Strategy Conference Session 1 - We will kick off the conference with a presentation and breakout discussions with policy and grassroots experts, who represent the diversity of farm and food systems from across the country, to share their thinking around political opportunities for bold new ideas for 2023 Farm Bill.

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SAFSF Fibers Roadmap: Strategy Session on Roadmap Levers and Next Actions

Join us for the launch of the SAFSF Fibers Roadmap: Integrated Capital Opportunities to Support Revitalization of U.S.-Grown Fiber, Textiles, and Leather. Sustainable agriculture and food systems encompass much more than food production alone. Food and fibers are critical for our daily needs and are fundamental to human health. And just like food, fiber crops—including

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We Can’t ‘Foodbank’ Our Way Out of Hunger: From Charity to a Social Justice Funding Model

$25 SAFSF Member / $40 Non-member Join us for a two-part discussion of the contradictions in our food and social welfare systems, and the ways philanthropy can help abate the present-day crisis and demonstrate a long-term commitment to building health, social, environmental, and economic resilience into our food system. Each webinar will include a panel

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