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President-elect Joe Biden’s victory is not the end of our work—it’s just the beginning. 

We invite you to join us for an exclusive webinar that asks a vitally important first question: Isn’t it about time a real organic regenerative farmer took the helm in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)?

We can't create change by blindly following the same old corporate, Big Ag business-as-usual path.

Radically changing our food and farming system for the better will be possible only if we have a champion of organic and regenerative agriculture leading the USDA. 

President-elect Biden’s current top pick for Secretary of Agriculture is reported to be Heidi Heitkamp, who has a history of anti-environment votes and support for corporate agribusiness. 

We believe he can, and must, do better. That’s why we’ve put together a panel of experts ready to discuss the best (and worst) potential candidates for Secretary of Agriculture—and how you can get involved. 

You’ll hear from: 

• John Boyd, founder and president of National Black Farmers Association, who was considered for Secretary of Agriculture in President Barack Obama's cabinet

• Joe Maxwell, co-founder of Family Farm Action Alliance; former Missouri state legislator and former Missouri lieutenant governor

• Dr. Francis Thicke, regenerative dairy farmer and top contender for Iowa Secretary of Agriculture in 2010

• Chloë Waterman, program manager for Friends of the Earth’s Climate-Friendly Food Purchasing Program

Join us Tuesday, November 17, 7:00 p.m. CST for a 1-hour panel discussion titled: “We Need a Secretary of Agriculture Who Supports Organic Regenerative Agriculture!”

Register here to join via Zoom or sign up here to join via Facebook

Can’t join live? Register here anyway, and we’ll send you a recording

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