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This Week's Features
- Raw Milk Consumers Win Round One: Judge Refuses to Dismiss
- NAIS Update
- Wyoming Food Freedom
- Politics of Food - Wise Traditions 2010
- "Benefits and Politics of Raw Milk" Workshop
- Job Posting: Foundation Admin Asst - No longer accepting applications
- Annual FundRAISER - Last chance to RSVP for Polyface
Raw Milk Consumers Win Round One: Judge Refuses to Dismiss
Challenge to FDA's Interstate Ban on Raw Milk
Press Release | August 20, 2010 

In a complex federal district court ruling, Judge Mark W. Bennett refused to grant a motion by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the agency by the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF) and eight other name plaintiffs.  The lawsuit argues
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NAIS Update
By Judith McGeary, Esq. | August 24, 2010 

In February 2010, Secretary Vilsack announced that the USDA would drop its plans for the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) and re-focus its efforts on a "new framework" for animal traceability.  The Secretary stated the new
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Wyoming Food Freedom
By Rep. Sue Wallis | August 23, 2010 

Long before the advent of mass production, multi-national corporations, protectionist unions, and overzealous bureaucrats
, the Good Lord and Mother Nature created human beings dependent on food harvested from living plants and living animals. This is one of the most...more
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The Politics of Food - Wise Traditions 2010 
Valley Forge, PA | November 12-14, 2010
 
Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund and the Farm-to-Consumer Foundation have teamed up to bring you the most dynamic program on sustainable agriculture, ever!

The theme of this year's conference is food politics and we will explore the politics of GMOs, Food Safety, School Lunches, and hear from social media experts how to
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"The Benefits and Politics of Raw Milk" Workshop
Chestnut Ridge, NY | September 30, 2010

The Biodynamic National Conference, "Biodynamics and the Future of Agriculture: Growing the Food Revolution," will feature a pre-conference workshop co-sponsored by the Weston A. Price Foundation on "The Benefits and Politics of Raw Milk." 
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Job Posting: Foundation Admin Asst - No longer accepting applications

The Fund's sister organization, the Farm-to-Consumer Foundation, expresses thanks for the overwhelming response to the job search for an Administrative Assistant.  Those selected to be interviewed will be contacted by email; all applicants will be notified when the position is filled.
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We still have space for donors of $250 or more to attend the Benefactor Appreciation Event at Joel Salatin's Polyface Farm on Saturday, September 11. 
Click here for details

Donors of $100 or more will also receive a copy of Joel's newest book, Sheer Ecstasy of Being a Lunatic Farmer (revised release date September 10, 2010).

Fund services are in high demand these days, and the Fund relies heavily on private donations to provide farmers and consumers with access to affordable legal help.  Your donation now will keep the Fund sustainable. 



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Annual FundRAISER - Last chance to RSVP for Polyface