Monthly Archives: March 2023

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SFJFS Session 5 Insights

The School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling held its fifth session on March 16, featuring a presentation from Jonathan Wilson-Hartrgrove. 
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SFJFS Session 4 Insights

The School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling held its fourth session on March 2, featuring a presentation from RAFI-USA Program Manager Aaron Johnson on corporate consolidation in the food system.
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Deadlines Extended for CSP and EQIP

The deadlines have been extended for USDA's CSP and EQIP program assistance with Inflation Reduction Act Funding: Southeast U.S .and Caribbean Area Applications Are due in March or April. This blog will walk you through what you need to know and provide contact for RAFI-USA technical assistance providers.
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Advancing Congregation-Supported Agriculture

Come to the Table's mission is to empower faith communities to participate in the creation of a just food system. In light of our mission, we are excited to offer up to six small grants to rural United Methodist Churches to support mutually beneficial partnerships with farmers of color from RAFI-USA's Farmers of Color Network.
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SFJFS Session 3 Insights

The School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling held its third session on February 16, featuring a presentation on the state of farming, and specifically farmers of color, in the U.S.
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Take Action: Support the Agriculture Resilience Act

Help amplify our voices while we’re in Washington Monday-Wednesday, we are asking you — our community of farmers, advocates, and concerned citizens — to send a message to your representatives urging them to make climate change policy a priority in the 2023 Farm Bill and to support the Agriculture Resilience Act (ARA)
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RAFI-USA TO ATTEND “FARMERS FOR CLIMATE ACTION: RALLY FOR RESILIENCE”

RAFI-USA will join farmers, ranchers, and other farm advocates from across the country at the Rally for Resilience: Farmers for Climate Action in Washington, D.C., on March 6-8, 2023.  As the 2023 Farm Bill rises to the top of the legislative agenda of the 118th Congress, farmers have a simple and clear message for lawmakers:  climate change must be a policy priority.
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