WASHINGTON, D.C. (Feb. 21, 2023) – Farm Journal Foundation is pleased to release its 2022 Impact Report, covering milestones and major events from the past year.
Highlights from the report include:
Driving Conversations at COP27: Farm Journal Foundation was on the ground at COP27 in Egypt, co-hosting an event that included remarks from U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, USAID Administrator Samantha Power, and other world leaders.
Hosting Policy Events in Six States: We held events with national-level policymakers in their home states, showcasing the local impact of agricultural research and innovation in Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi, Florida, Delaware, and Pennsylvania.
Teaching Students About Food's Journey: We are launching new standards-based educational content to teach K-12 students about the journey of food from Dirt to Dinner.
New Veterinary Workforce Program: We commissioned a policy paper to discuss rural veterinary shortages, and we brought together industry leaders, farmers, and Veterinary Ambassadors to raise awareness in Washington, D.C. and beyond.
Supporting Sustainable Farming Practices: We partnered with America’s Conservation Ag Movement to organize farmer-led learning programs in five states, encouraging good conservation practices and preservation of natural resources.
To read the full report, click the link below.
Whitney McFerron, Communications Director
Farm Journal Foundation
About Farm Journal Foundation
Farm Journal Foundation is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to achieving global food security by sustaining modern agriculture’s leadership role and ability to meet the vital needs of a growing population. The organization works to advance this mission through key issue areas, including global food and nutrition security, agricultural research and innovation, rural development, and conservation and sustainability. To learn more, visit www.farmjournalfoundation.org.