America has been losing more than an acre of farm and ranch land every minute to development. We're working with communities, states and at the federal level to protect our
nation's farm and ranch land.
Keeping Farmers on the Land
It’s not farmland without farmers. To save farmland, we must ensure that all farmers can make a living—as well as a life—on the land. We’re working to save family farms by building community support for agriculture, improving market opportunities and ensuring access to land for the next generation.
Promoting Sound Farming Practices
As the single largest users of land and water resources in America, farmers and ranchers can make a major contribution to protecting the environment and improving water quality by adopting conservation practices.
The Senate Agriculture Committee-passed version of the next Farm Bill included a historic conservation compliance agreement—one that is good for farmers and good for the environment.
The Farm Bill will be voted on by the full Senate in just a few days. Please contact your senators today. Ask them to keep the conservation compliance agreement in the Farm Bill.