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:


Corteva Agriscience™ is the only major agriscience company completely dedicated to agriculture. By combining the strengths of DuPont Pioneer, DuPont Crop Protection and Dow AgroSciences, we've harnessed agriculture's brightest minds and expertise gained over two centuries of scientific achievement.

9330 Zionsville Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268
P: 833-267-8382

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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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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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Farm Credit supports rural communities and agriculture with reliable, consistent credit and financial services, today and tomorrow. It has been fulfilling its mission of helping rural America grow and thrive for more than a century with the capital necessary to make businesses successful and by financing vital infrastructure and communication services. For more information visit:

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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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American Sustainable Business Network (ASBN)

American Sustainable Business Network (ASBN) is a movement builder in partnership with the business and investor community. ASBN develops and advocates solutions for policymakers, business leaders, and investors that support an equitable, regenerative, and just economy that benefits all⁠—people and planet. As a multi-issue, membership organization advocating on behalf of every business sector, size, and geography, ASBN and its association members collectively represent over 250,000 businesses across our networks.

712 H Street, NE, PMB 42
Washington, DC 20002
P: 202-660-1455

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R-CALF USA (Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund United Stockgrowers of America), is the largest producer-only membership based organization that exclusively represents U.S. cattle and sheep producers on domestic and international trade and marketing issues. R-CALF USA, a national, non-profit organization, is dedicated to ensuring the continued profitability and viability of the U.S. cattle industry. R-CALF USA’s membership of more than 5,000 consists primarily of cow-calf producers, cattle backgrounders, and feeders. Its members are located in 43 states, and the organization has many local and state association affiliates, from both cattle and farm organizations, along with various main street businesses as associate members of R-CALF USA.

PO Box 30715
Billings, MT 59107
P: 406-252-2516
F: 406-252-3176

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Since 2006, Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance has successfully led campaigns for national, state, and local policies that support the success of independent farms and local food producers. As a non-profit organization, FARFA focuses on changing burdensome laws that hinder the ability of small-scale, sustainable producers to provide products to consumers at fair market prices. FARFA works to protect local food systems by recruiting, training, and mobilizing grassroots activists; working directly with legislators to draft and pass laws; monitoring proposed laws and regulations to fight those creating obstacles; building coalitions with diverse allies; and giving people the tools they need in order to make positive change.

P.O. Box 809
Cameron, TX 76520
P: 254-697-2661

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Wild Kid Acres Has a host of amazing courses and are ever growing. Partnering with local experts you can learn about the basics of owning a small garden all the way up to large scale farming! Mental, emotional and physical health are at the forefront of every activity we do on the farm. We have proudly partnered with Blossom Therapeutic Services and Maryland MSF to offer farm therapy.

731 Central Avenue
East Edgewater, MD 21037
P: (410) 497-4295

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Flower Hill Institute is a Native-owned, community-directed nonprofit organization defined by its four pillars of work in Cultural Preservation, Youth & STEM/TEK Education, Food & Agriculture, and Climate Resilience. Flower Hill is serving as the lead technical assistance coordinator for the USDA Meat and Poultry Processing Technical Assistance (MPPTA) Program through a cooperative agreement with the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service.

Disclaimer: Flower Hill Institute has established partnership agreements with organizations representing communities that would most benefit from services provided by the USDA AMS MPPTA program. However, views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by our partners are solely their own and do not necessarily represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of Flower Hill Institute.

P.O. Box 692
Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico, 87024
P: (720) 220-7720

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