National Farmers Union
National Farmers Union is a national federation of state Farmers Union organizations in the United States. It is the second largest general farm organization in the country, after Farm Bureau. The organization was founded in 1902 in Point, Texas, and is now headquartered in Washington, D.C.
Fsma Fda Ca$902k
The local food safety collaborative (lfsc) is a three year project funded by a cooperative agreement between national farmers union foundation (nfuf) and the food and drug administration (fda). It is an effort to provide training, education, and outreach to local producers and processors to enhance the fundamental knowledge of food safety, and to help these local producers and processors comply with applicable food safety modernization act (fsma) regulations. Nfuf will particularly focus on organic, sustainable, value-added, and diversified farmers and processors. Lfsc will place particular emphasis on identifying and better understanding the unique needs of the sector in attaining compliance.
Beginning Farmers Institute$118k
Educational programming to benefit and encourage beginning farmers.
Collegiate Conference On Cooperatives$115k
Collegiate level program conducted to discover the cooperative difference in business and community development, explore cooperative principles, broaden understanding of cooperatives and their impact on the economy, and increase the exposure to cooperative internship and career opportunities.
All States Camp$80.6k
Annual camp for high schoolers from around the country at the bailey educational center.
National farmers union (nfu) brought together more than 1,000 beginning farmers and ranchers for the first online-only conference focused exclusively on education for the next generation of agriculture.
Conference bringing women together from around the country to discuss issues facing women in agriculture.
Stanley Moore Scholarship$5k
Organization provided educational scholarships to various universities.