The National Latino Farmers and Ranchers Trade Association has a number of partners that are core to its success. Many of these partners have been with the National Latino Farmers and Ranchers Trade Association since its very beginnings.

Some of these partners include:


Muldoon Hemp is a boutique family-owned farm located in the heart of Appalachia in Southwest Virginia. Our family has cultivated this land for generations, and we take pride in producing the highest quality all-natural CBD products.

Our cannabis is grown without the use of chemicals or pesticides. We use the CO2 extraction method to preserve the maximum potency and ensure the safety of the final product. All our oils are hand-crafted in small batch quantities and are fully traceable from seed to shelf.

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Big or small, when you dedicate your life and well-being into a farm, you need more than just a policy–you need an ally. Your operation is unique and a one-size-fits-all insurance policy isn’t for you. You deserve a customized coverage plan and American National gets it. An American National Special Farm Package 10® or Country Estate policy can provide you with a flexible package that allows you to tailor a policy to match your individual needs, with coverage options that include windstorm, fire, mechanical equipment and utility line failures, machinery, livestock and more.

For more information and to learn about what American National can do for you contact Anna Connors at (703) 398-4734 or Anna.Connors@connorscoveragegroup.com.

American National is the Official Insurance Sponsor of NLRFTA

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Serving New Mexico's financing needs with over 200 years of collective experience. MISSION - Cultivating relationships every day to grow New Mexico agriculture and strengthen our rural communities. CORE VALUES - Passionate: We love and believe in what we do, Service: Unselfish effort given to customer, community, & team, Integrity: We always do the right thing for customer, community, & employees.

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The Rural Coalition/Coalición Rural is an alliance of farmers, farmworkers, indigenous, migrant, and working people from the United States, Mexico, Canada, and beyond working together toward a new society that values unity, hope, people, and the land.

Rural Coalition/Coalición Rural has served as a voice of African-American, American Indian, Asian-American, Euro-American and Latino farmers, farmworkers, and rural communities in the US, as well as indigenous and campesino groups in Mexico and beyond for 40 years.

1029 Vermont Ave NW Suite 601
Washington, DC 20005
P: 202-628-7160
F: 202-393-1816

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Texas/Mexico Border Coalition is a Community Based Organization that provides opportunities for changes that promote a healthy environment for people and natural resources in rural and under-served communities.

Provide information, education, and training to address needs unique to the historically un-served and underserved, rural communities.

Provide a voice at local, state, and national levels of government to bring equality to the communities in the 38-county Texas/Mexico Border region.

PO Box 127
San Isidro, Texas 78588
P: 956-481-3256
F: 956-481-3950

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The Farmworker Association of Florida is a membership organization of 6,500 farm worker families. The Association addresses wages, benefits, and working conditions, as well as pesticides, field sanitation, disaster response, immigration, and other community-based issues.

815 South Park Avenue
Apopka, FL 32703
P: 407-886-5151
F: 407-884-6644

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We are the international movement of peasants, small- and medium-sized producers, landless, rural women, indigenous people, rural youth, and agricultural workers. We defend the values and the basic interests of our members. We are an autonomous, pluralist and multicultural movement, independent of any political, economic, or other type of affiliation. Our 148 members are from 69 countries from Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas.

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