Beth Hauptle

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Beth Hauptle is RAFI-USA's Senior Communications Manager. Beth has been in nonprofit marketing and communications leadership positions for more than 35 years. She helped launch the Animal Welfare Approved (AWA) program and was with the organization for five years prior to its reorganization into A Greener World.

USDA Debt and Discrimination Relief

On October 18, USDA made an announcement regarding the first of several phases of critical debt relief assistance to farmers. This blog summarizes what debt relief has already occurred and what farmers may expect next. 
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Job Opening: Federal Grants Manager

This position manages federal grants ensuring compliance with federal budget and grant requirements, coordinating with external subaward partners, tracking proper collection of data, managing federal reimbursement requests, and assessing grant deliverables progress. 
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Job Opening: Part-Time Bookkeeper

RAFI-USA seeks a part-time bookkeeper with previous experience working for a nonprofit organization. Duties include accounts payable and receivable, payroll, monthly reconciliations, and a host of customary bookkeeper duties.
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Job Opening: Farm Advocacy Program Specialist

This position will train with our Lead Farm Advocate, observing and learning from them with the ultimate goal of becoming trained as a Farm Advocate. The Program Specialist will also provide administrative support and coordinate with the Lead Farmer Advocate and the Policy Director on agricultural credit-related policy advocacy.
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Climate and Equity Policy Lead

Job Opening: Climate and Equity Policy Lead

RAFI-USA is hiring for a Climate and Equity Policy Lead who will serve as issue lead on our climate and equity policy portfolio, building relationships with farmers of color and organizations led by and serving farmers of color, in order to advance policy priorities within the Farm Bill and beyond.
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Sowing the Future: Meet Carolina Alzate Gouzy

Carolina joined RAFI-USA in 2022 and wears several hats, focusing efforts on helping farmers access NRCS conservation funding, supporting the Farmers of Color Network team, and working with farmers in the U.S. Caribbean.
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