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Food & Water Watch provided skilled activists to help us organize and amplify our voices against fracking in Monterey County, California. Their presence brought added credibility and effectiveness in educating and activating local residents to preserve our precious agriculture and water resources. Food & Water Watch understands that on-the-ground grassroots organizing is essential to success.
Better Food Starts with a Fair Farm Bill
You care about the food you and your family eat. You want it to be safe and sustainable. With out your voice, Big Ag will get what it wants. Show your support for making our food healthy and our food system fair for all: sign the petition. Then help grow the movement and share it with your friends.
The Farm Bill is up for reauthorization in 2012, and if we can implement certain changes, we can create a healthy food system for everyone.
While we work to restore links in our local food systems that bring farmers and consumers together, we must fix broken food policy at the federal level. The Farm Bill offers a critical opportunity to do this. Learn more in our new report.
People around the country are realizing that we need to talk about our food — and how to protect it. But we can’t protect what we don’t understand. So today, we’re giving you a challenge: How well do you know your food? Take our quiz and test your Fair Food IQ!
Send a message to your elected officials and your community that you support good food and a fair farm bill. Upload your photo to our photo petition.
Food is important to everyone and there are lively discussions taking place on the farm bill and how to protect our access to good, safe food. They’re happening on Facebook, on Twitter, in our blog and more. Come on in and join the conversation.