The Senate debate for a 2013 Farm Bill has already begun. Once again we have a chance to weigh in on our nation's food and farm policy.
Critical programs that boost rural economic development, leverage local initiatives and support future American farmers are in danger of disappearing completely. However, because of the debate on the continuing resolution and sequestration, we have another opportunity to restore funding.
On March 4, 2013 at the Florida International University, in Miami, Roots of Change President, Michael Dimock, delivered the keynote for the School of Environment Arts and Society’s Agroecology Symposium.
Sacramento Region Food System Collaborative Host Food Summit
This holiday season we want to thank our network and their incredible accomplishments!
The food movement is rising and the time is NOW to keep the momentum going!
650 delegates representing 95 nations of the world participating in the Slow Food International Congress adopts statement in support of California's Proposition 37, To Label GMOs.
The newly formed Senate Select Committee on California Food in conjunction with Senate Select Committee on California’s Wine Industry held their first hearings in Santa Rosa on Monday, October 15th.
The initiative is rooted in a simple premise: Consumers have the right to know if their food is produced using genetic engineering.
The legislative session has ended with Governor Brown signing three bills of interest to health, environment and sustainable farming advocates.