California Food and Farming Network

CFFN members, representing the diversity of food & farming issues facing the state from hunger and nutrition to farmer livelihood and food chain worker protections, collectively identify policies important for the state’s food and farming system every year. Priorities are then chosen by our grassroots leader’s Steering Council as priority legislation for the whole Network to focus more deeply on.

We ask Legislators to consider these pieces of legislation to ensure California’s policies contribute to the creation of an inclusive, equitable, and ecologically regenerative food and farming system that has recognized and repaired injustices to Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) workers, producers and communities, and which generates healthy, affordable, accessible, nutritious and culturally appropriate food and other agricultural products.

CFFN’s positions on legislation do not necessarily represent the positions of all of our members.

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