Our new webinar series is for farmers and consumers at all levels of raw milk production and consumption experience who want to learn more about the methods and opportunities for raw milk production, the consumer’s role in safe handling practices, and the new relationships that the raw milk movement is fostering within the local food movement.
VisionSupporting farmers engaged in sustainable farm stewardship and promoting consumer access to raw milk and local foods.
The Compassionate Relief Fund was established to provide financial assistance to farmers who supply locally grown food directly to consumers, have a short-term, emergency financial need not of their own making, have established and economically viable operations, and use farming methods that are supportive and sustainable to the land...
VISIT US AT THE FOLLOWING EVENTS:
World Dairy Expo
September 30- Oct 4 2014
National FFA Organization National Convention
Oct- 29 – Nov 1 2014
Slow Money Gathering
Nov 10-12 2014
Have a Speaker from the Foundation at Your Next Event!
The Farm-to-Consumer Foundation is proud to offer several experts who can speak about local food issues, the future of food, food production safety practices, and rural economic development related to local food production. Nutrient-dense food and local community cooperation is the economic engine gaining momentum as we learn sound approaches for healthy families and communities.
Contact the Foundation offices for more details.
MissionBuilding the foundation for a sustainable local food movement.
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The Washington Post published an articles written by Mark Bittman, Michael Pollan, Ricardo Salvador and Olivier De Schutterthat, highlighting a key issue in the United States, while the government recommends “a diet of 50 percent vegetables and fruits, the administration devotes less than 1 percent of farm subsidies to support the research, production and marketing of those […]