American Prairies Conservation Act and More

The latest news from the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition featuring American Prairies Conservation Act, Racial Equity in the Farm Bill, and NSAC Member Meeting in Washington D.C. 

Hundreds of Groups Support American Prairies Conservation Act

Earlier this month, roughly 200 conservation, agriculture, wildlife, taxpayer and sportsmen organizations signed on to a letter of support for the American Prairies Conservation Act (S. 1913, H.R. 3939), introduced by Senators John Thune (R-SD), Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Mike Rounds (R-SD), and Michael Bennet (D-CO) and Representatives Kristi Noem (R-SD) and Tim Walz (D-MN).READ MORE 

Racial Equity in the Farm Bill: Recommendations and Opportunities 

With the 2018 Farm Bill on the horizon, there is no better or more urgent time than now to be discussing the role of racial equity in  agriculture, and working together to find solutions. The farm bill is a rare beast – it only comes around every four years (notwithstanding delays), and includes multiple titles of legislation that will allocate billions of dollars of funding and services across the food and farm system.READ MORE   

NSAC Members Convene in Washington DC to Set 2018 Priorities Last week, NSAC held its annual Winter Meeting in Washington, DC. Over 100 members representing the majority of NSAC’s 120 member organizations convened over four days in the nation’s capital to discuss the 2018 Farm Bill and NSAC’s priorities for the coming year. This year’s Winter Meeting also featured an NSAC Lobby Day on Capitol Hill and a 30th anniversary celebration with members, partners, and allies.READ MORE

The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC) is an alliance of grassroots organizations that advocates for federal policy reform to advance the sustainability of agriculture, food systems, natural resources, and rural communities.

NSAC’s vision of agriculture is one where a safe, nutritious, ample, and affordable food supply is produced by a legion of family farmers who make a decent living pursuing their trade, while protecting the environment, and contributing to the strength and stability of their communities.


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