President puts final signature on legislation that includes multiple key programs to benefit growing produce professionals.
Behind the inflammatory news of the day, successes have occurred this year that add up to growing points on the scoreboard in the fourth quarter of 2018.
The 2018 Farm Bill is unlikely to pass before the previous one expires on September 30. What does that mean, exactly?
During his keynote speech at the United Fresh Convention, the Secretary of Agriculture touched on several key policy issues affecting growers.
2018 Florida Grower Citrus Achievement Award winner Tom Rooney says voices from the groves carry loudly to Capitol Hill.
Measure included in proposed piece of legislation would provide the plant legalized status.
After a surprise defeat in the House, the Farm Bill still has life in it. Here’s what you need to watch for (including a possible H-2C revival).
A fruit and vegetable coalition puts the potato industry on a strong footing with the vital legislation.
National Potato Council’s John Keeling says the traditional time frame for rallying support for significant new legislation is closing, including immigration reform and agricultural trade.
A running theme from agricultural-friendly politicians speaking at the United Fresh Produce Association’s Washington Conference was the need for a bipartisan approach to agriculture and immigration.
Emerging leader development for agriculture starts from the ground up.
Participation in this process will be crucial to ensure your needs are understood and addressed.
In the last 10 years, an alliance has used its combined voice to create programs like the Specialty Crop Research Initiative, the Specialty Crop Block Grant program, the Technical Assistance for Specialty Crops program, and others.
The Specialty Crop Farm Bill Alliance has kicked off its efforts to communicate to Congress its priority needs […]
With challenging issues afoot, it’s not too early to start thinking about policies and funding implications surrounding the next Farm Bill.