California Food and Farming Network
CFFN members gather for the January 2020 Annual Meeting

CFFN members include non-profit, non-governmental organizations doing food and farming policy work at the state-level, as well as local organizations like food policy councils that are willing to engage on policy, work democratically, engage in multi-sector work across the food system, and are aligned with CFFN’s mission. 

Our members include:

Agricultural Institute of Marin

Agriculture & Land-Based Training Association

Alameda County Community Food Bank

CA4Health

California Association of Food Banks

California Climate & Agriculture Network

California Farmers Union 

California FarmLink

California Food Policy Council

California Institute for Rural Studies

California Rural Legal Assistance Fndn

Californians Against Waste

Californians for Pesticide Reform

Carbon Cycle Institute

Center for Ecoliteracy

Center for Food Safety

Center for Good Food Purchasing 

Ceres Community Project

Community Alliance for Agroecology

Community Alliance with Family Farmers

Community Health Councils

Community Vision

Community Water Center

Del Norte and Tribal Lands Community Food Council

Ecology Center/California Alliance of Farmers’ Markets

Food Chain Workers Alliance

Friends of the Earth 

Interfaith Sustainable Food Collaborative 

Latino Coalition for a Healthy California

Los Angeles Food Policy Council

Lutheran Office of Public Policy – California

Marin Food Policy Council

National Young Farmers Coalition 

Natural Resources Defense Council

Nevada County Food Policy Council

Nourish California

Oakland Food Policy Council

Occidental Arts & Ecology Center

Pesticide Action Network

Praxis Project

Public Health Advocates

Public Health Institute

Real Food Generation 

Roots of Change

Sacramento Food Policy Council

San Diego Food System Alliance

Second Harvest of Silicon Valley

Sierra Club Grassroots Network Food & Ag Team

Slow Food California

SPUR

Sustainable Agriculture Education 

Sustainable Economies Law Center

Union of Concerned Scientists

United Food and Commercial Workers Local 5 

United Food & Commercial Workers – Western States Council

* In several cases, contractors or lobbyists represent several different clients and all are listed 

Network Members