Category Archives: Food Sovereignty

For the Rights of Humans and Nature, Line 3 Fight Must Continue!

By: Anthony Pahnke, vice president of Family Farm Defenders, and assistant professor of international relations at San Francisco State University in San Francisco. Originally published by the Cap Times (Madison, WI) on Aug. 28th, 2021 People who grow and harvest … Continue reading

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Family Farm Defenders Stands in Solidarity with Striking Indian Farmers to Oppose Modi’s Neoliberal Corporate Agribusiness Agenda

On this Jan. 18th 2021 as India celebrates National Women Farmers Day and the U.S. celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Family Farm Defenders wishes to express solidarity with our sisters and brothers in India as they continue their struggle … Continue reading

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FFD Annual Meeting and 8th Annual John Kinsman Beginning Farmer Food Sovereignty Prize Award Dinner! Sun. March 24th, Round Barn Lodge, Spring Green WI

Join us for the 2019 Family Farm Defenders’ Annual Meeting (all members and allies are welcome!) from 9:00 am – 12:00 Noon, followed at 1:00 pm by the 8th Annual John Kinsman Beginning Farmer Food Sovereignty Prize Award Dinner & … Continue reading

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Family Farm Defenders Annual Meeting & John Kinsman Beginning Farmer Food Sovereignty Prize Award Dinner! Sat. April 7th, 2018 – Baraboo, WI

Best Western Baraboo Inn – 725 W. Pine St. 9:00 am – 12:00 Noon  FFD Annual Meeting – open to the public 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm  local food lunch (suggested $10 donation) 1:00 – 4:00 pm  Community Food Sovereignty … Continue reading

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NAFTA Needs To Be Replaced, Not Renegotiated

By: Jim Goodman, Family Farm Defenders board member, and organic dairy/beef farmer near Wonewoc, WI                                       Published by Common Dreams, 4/25/2017 While the current structure of NAFTA increased trade between Canada, Mexico, and the United States, farm profit margins did not … Continue reading

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