A Farm Bill for All
Join us to advocate for a more just, equitable, and sustainable food system.
Right now, Congress is working on the 2023 Farm Bill. This is a critical opportunity for the U.S. to reduce hunger and address climate change.
The Farm Bill is authorized by Congress every five years and includes nearly $1 trillion in spending. It determines what food is grown, how it’s grown, and how affordable it is. It funds SNAP and other vital anti-hunger programs that help tens of millions of people every day.
Learn more about the Farm Bill—and how you can join us in calling for policies to build a more just, equitable, and sustainable food system.
Watch Previous Webinars
In this online Farm Bill learning series, we are working to deepen our understanding of how the Farm Bill functions, its crucial role in responding to the climate crisis, and how we can advocate for legislation that prioritizes the growing needs of our communities and environment.
In this webinar, we focus on advocating for a Farm Bill that strives for equity and racial justice. Hear from advocates working to ensure our food and agriculture system leaves no one behind including historically underserved communities of consumers and producers.
Our food system is failing to address hunger in the U.S. And it's vulnerable to climate change and a leading contributor to the climate crisis.. In this first of our roundtable discussions, we explore how we can collectively call for Farm Bill policies that build a more just, equitable, and sustainable food system.
The 2023 Farm Bill can expand efforts to alleviate hunger in the U.S. and ensure that no one is forced to go without food. Watch this webinar to learn more about how we can advocate for a Farm Bill to ensure more people can access adequate, nutritious food.
In this webinar we focus on advocating for a faithful Farm Bill that protects our climate. We discuss how faith communities can urge Congress to champion a climate-conscious, faithful, and just transition in our food and agriculture system.