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Members of Congress, agency staff, and others will have two opportunities in the coming weeks to learn about the power of mid-scale food value chains (the so-called “agriculture of the middle”) to open new market channels for family farms. Both will look at innovative ways in which mid-scale farms -- those too large for direct markets and too small for global supply chains -- are making a living and keeping their land and communities in business. The briefings come as some members of Congress and agency staff question how the USDA's Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food initiative benefits rural America and production agriculture.
The Caribbean Farmers Network (CaFAN) in collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) under the European Union All African Caribbean and Pacific Agricultural Commodities Programme (EU AAACP), and the Italy funded “Promoting CARICOM / CARIFORUM Food Security” Project (GTFS/RLA/141/ITA) is co-hosting and organizing a ‘Regional Training Course in Agribusiness Management for Farmers’ Organizations’. The training Course is scheduled to be held in Saint Lucia from July 26th – 30th, 2010 at the Bay Gardens Inn conference room. It will also bring together ... Read More
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