Policy and Organizing

Progress in The Food System Means Empowering Eaters—Today and for Generations to Come

Empowered eaters are at the center of conversations on land justice, healthier school foods, food is medicine, procurement, and more.

New and Young Farmers Increasing, According to Agriculture Census

The USDA Census of agriculture reveals a positive shift in American farmer demographics, but the industry still has a long way to go toward equity and sustainability.

Where Are You Reading This? That’s Where Food System Transformation Is Happening

Every step forward is a win: a win for producers, a win for eaters, a win for the planet. 

Mexico’s Precaution on GM Corn Safety Is Justified

The government of the U.S. and Canadian are using the USMCA to challenge Mexico’s efforts to ban the use of genetically modified corn.

Hardline U.S. Stance Ignores Non-GM Corn Opportunity for U.S. Farmers

U.S. farmers could be better served if leaders supported a smooth transition for those affected by Mexico’s corn policies.

Op-Ed | California Crate-Free Law Offers Hog Farmers Economic Opportunity

Both Prop 12 and Question 3 passed with sweeping voter support, indicating approval for better animal welfare practices.

Bridging Seas to Sustainability: WTO’s ‘Fish Month’ Pushes Against Fishing Subsidies

WTO’s Fish Month tackles global overfishing issues and works towards sustainable fishing practices by regulating subsidies and addressing overcapacity.

We Can’t Achieve Food Justice if We Don’t Prioritize Soil Health

There’s so much that each of us can do to build a stronger foundation for the world’s food and agriculture systems.

Empowering Municipalities for Climate-Resilient Food Security in Canada

After winning the Smart Cities Challenge, the County of Wellington implemented two pilot programs to reinforce climate-resilient food security.

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