Posting by Patrick Worms: World Agroforestry

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$1 billion Available for Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities

Graduation June 11, 2021 from Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences

May 25th Regenerative Brand Building Event

be our amigo

  1. Be welcomed as part of one of the largest Latino grassroots-based rural organizations.
  2. Access information and promote your programs and events on the National Latino Farmers website. This includes a member directory, events calendar, resource library, links, and a press room. Join grassroots partners in national policy campaigns.
  3. Help shape our policies that affect Latino farmworkers.
  4. Stay informed and involved e-action alerts on how to take action on policy issues regarding a just food system, sustainable agriculture, farmworkers, minority and limited resource farmers, and trade.
  5. Network with other groups and share knowledge on solving problems and making progress in your community. Participate in our partnership training and capacity building projects.
  6. Be on board with National Policy that affects Latinos.
  7. Celebrate with us and our partners at our annual December Consultations and Knowledge Sharing Institutes, and Gala, celebrating the work of Latino community-based organizations.