Family Farm Action Alliance is a National Research, Policy Development, Market Innovator, and Advocacy Organization.
About Us
Family Farm Action Alliance is a National Research, Policy Development, Market Innovator, and Advocacy Organization.
About Us
Family Farm Action Alliance is a National Research, Policy Development, Market Innovator, and Advocacy Organization.
About Us
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Family Farm Action Alliance is working to build a sustainable, inclusive economy in which everyone has the right to share in the prosperity they help build and that respects our land, natural resources, and neighbors around the world.

OUR WORK

Anti-Monopoly Reform

Anti-Monopoly Reform

Our objective: evolve the food and agriculture system from a system controlled by a handful of monopoly corporations to an economically just, environmentally sustainable, and socially responsible system.
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Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative Agriculture

We bring family farm, animal welfare, conservation, and environmental advocates together to build a farm and food system that mitigates climate change while restoring the economic vitality of rural America.
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Resilient Local and Regional Food Systems

Resilient Local and Regional Food Systems

We develop robust policy reforms that dismantle the hyper-consolidated food and agriculture system and cultivate opportunities for real economic prosperity.
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Market Innovation Center

Market Innovation Center

Our new Center will identify regenerative market opportunities, assist in building supply chains through value-based models, and assist with connecting the consumer to the supply.
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Farmers Bill of Rights

Working with farmers, small businesses, and rural constituencies, we developed the Farmers Bill of Rights to revitalize our rural communities and end racial discrimination.

Recent News

Now This Podcast | Who Is Big Meat?

Family Farm Action Alliance takes on Big Meat on the latest Now This podcast. Whether it’s beef, chicken, or pork, most of the meat produced in the U.S. is the result of an industrial food system controlled by a handful of powerful multinational meatpacking corporations.

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