NESAWG Policy Director Amy Little delivers statement in support of New York's GMO labeling bill
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The NESAWG 2015 It Takes a Region Conference brought farm and food practitioners across the region together to learn, debate, collaborate, and innovate solutions to food systems issues. Read our recap, view the slideshow of conference photos, and download notes and presentations from select sessions.
Civil Rights Activist Shirley Sherrod to Deliver Keynote Address at Annual NESAWG Conference
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To all NESAWG participants, funders, collaborators and advisors: Thank you for your dedication, commitment, support and good ideas in 2014! NESAWG is a network organization, and that means NESAWG is you, and more than 500 participating organizations throughout twelve states and DC.
If you attended this year's conference, join the 2014 Conference Workgroup to access presentations and materials from workshops you attended and those you missed.
NESAWG will be launching a Community News Project project in 2015, which aims to build the media outreach and story-telling capacity of our network participants. Many other organizations have learned to use the ever-evolving menu of new digital media tools, including Twitter, photo and video sharing and electronic action alerts, but struggle due to lack of staffing resources to create relevant content for these channels. To support these organizations, NESAWG's Community News Project will offer targeted food-system-related content, training and support to select organizations across the region during our 2015 pilot period.
New Report Finds Concentrated Seed Ownership Poses Risk To Food Supply Entire System More Vulnerable To Disease, Pests And Climate Change
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