You’ll probably agree that the U.S.’s exploitative system of CAFOs and factory farming is a massive problem that needs to change. But how?
Consumer demand for organic, grass-fed, and pasture-raised food is important—but it can only go so far when industrial agriculture maintains its unfair advantage of heavy subsidies and other policy support.
But there’s hope. A regenerative Green New Deal just might be key to transforming our climate-destructive, corporate-controlled, factory farm system into an equitable family farm-based, regenerative system of farming and ranching.
Join us Tuesday, October 13, 7 p.m. CDT for a 1-hour panel discussion about the potential of the Green New Deal to help end factory farming.
• Garrett Blad, Sunrise Movement
• Seth Watkins, Farmers and Ranchers for a Green New Deal
• Shawn Sebastian, People’s Action
• Mackenzie Feldman, Data For Progress Fellow & Herbicide-Free Campus
If you’re interested in the power of the Green New Deal to transform our food and farming system for the better, then this is your panel!