Our Family Farms

Protecting Our Families, Our Farms, and Our Future

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Our Family Farms envisions a thriving food and agricultural system with seed diversity and farmable land for generations to come.

 

Our Family Farms educates, advocates and inspires farmers, policy makers and the community at large to support regenerative agricultural practices.

 

 

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    Fantastic Fungi Screening Cancelled

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    Due to safety concerns for guests and staff, in addition to governmental mandates regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Varsity Theatre is closed. Because of the uncertainty of when they will be able to reopen, the FANTASTIC FUNGI showing on March 26 has been cancelled.

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The latest

- The Future of Soil: Ensuring Resilient Food and Agricultural Systems is our six part learning series that took place in 2018. The series featured national experts, local farmers, scientists...
- Our Family Farms is helping Organic Seed Alliance spread the word about the Organic Producer Survey. Descriptions of the two surveys, one for certified organic farmers and ran...
- Celebrate seeds for the 2020 season ahead! Saturday, March 21 from 11 am to 2 pm at the Bellview Gra...

"Eating is an agricultural act." ~ Wendell Berry

Mapping the Movement to Create GE-Free Seed Sanctuaries

The jurisdictions shown on this map have created GE-Free Seed Sanctuaries. Will the town, city, county, or state where you live be next?

 

*Josephine County, Oregon passed a ballot measure to ban the cultivation of genetically engineered crops (Measure 17-58) on May 20, 2014. It was approved by 58% of the voters. The county was subsequently sued by a couple of plaintiffs who claimed that the measure was preempted and invalidated by state law - SB 863. That court decision is currently pending appeal. See Oregonions for Safe Farms and Families for the latest updates. Our Family Farms supports the right of all farmers to protect themselves against the threat of genetically engineered crops.