California Food and Farming Network

Building Power for a Just & Sustainable Food System

The California Food & Farming Network is made up of over sixty organizations from across the state striving to improve the food and farming system. Collectively, CFFN is dedicated to advancing state policies that are rooted in communities, promote fairness and racial equity, secure financial prosperity and advance environmental sustainability. We share information, provide expertise, build alignment and advance policies through the multi-sector network.

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California Food & Farming Network Releases Annual Scorecard and Awards Champions

Jared Call of California Food Policy Advocates awards Assemblymember Limón 2019 Food and Farm Champion Over half of state legislators receive “A” grades; More ambitious policy proposals face challenges Sacramento, CA – The California Food and Farming Network (CFFN) released the 2020 scorecard, revealing policy votes of California’s 120 elected state legislators, with a majority of legislators earning top marks.  The scorecard is the first to score legislators and Governor Gavin Newsom on a wide range of food and farming issues since the governor took office.   The report represents the diversity of food & farming issues facing the state: from hunger and nutrition to farmer livelihood and food chain worker protections.

How did California legislators do on food and farming?

A week after the inauguration of Governor Gavin Newsom and a few days into the legislative session, the California Food and Farming Network (CFFN) and the California Food Policy Council (CAFPC) have released the 2018 Food & Farm Scorecard — a report revealing the policy votes of California’s 120 elected state legislators on food and farming issues. Pesticide Action Network is a member of CFFN.

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Racial Equity

Rooted in Community

Financial Prosperity

Environmental Sustainability

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