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What is ECP and How to Apply

Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) provides emergency funding and technical assistance to farmers and ranchers to rehabilitate farmland/ conservation structures that are damaged by natural disasters and implement emergency water conservation measures in periods of severe drought.

What is ELAP and How to Apply

ELAP provides emergency assistance to eligible producers of livestock, honeybees, and farm-raised fish. It covers losses due to adverse weather or other loss conditions including blizzards, disease, flood, water transport, and wildfires.

What is LIP and How to Apply

LIP provides benefits to eligible livestock owners or contract growers for livestock deaths in excess of normal mortality caused by eligible loss conditions, including eligible adverse weather, eligible disease, and attacks by animals reintroduced into the wild by the federal government or protected by federal law.

What is NAP Insurance and How to Get It

NAP provides financial assistance to producers of non-insurable crops to protect against natural disasters that result in lower yields or crop losses, or prevents crop planting.

Come to the Table Program Director

[CLOSED] Job Opening: Program Director, Come to the Table

RAFI-USA seeks a values-driven, organized manager to lead the day-to-day activities of the Come to the Table program and help shape the program’s future strategic direction. Working directly with the Executive Director, the CTTT Director’s primary emphasis will be on strategy development and implementation, program oversight and evaluation,  fundraising, and partner development. 

RAFI-USA Newsletters

Once a month, we gather together information about things we’re working on to share with you! It’s what’s happening now, in the past month, and in the coming months. Please take a moment to look at our latest E-Newsletter.

Watch Under Contract: Farmers and the Fine Print

In the film, “Under Contract: Farmers and the Fine Print”, farmers tell their stories and experts reveal how the corporate agricultural production model pits farmer-against-farmer. We travel across the American South and to Southern India to understand what’s happening to farmers living under contract and how we can change the food system for the better.