by
Erin McKee VanSlooten
Nora Shields-Cutler
The Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) has supported Farm to School and Farm to Early Care efforts in Minnesota for over a decade and for much of this time has partnered with the Hmong American Farmers Association
Image of childcare provider with plates of food next to image of adult showing fresh produce to a group of children.
by
Ben Lilliston
When Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack first announced USDA would spend $1 billion to support projects that produce “climate smart commodities” in February, there was confusion. What exactly is a “climate smart commodity” (CSC)?
Climate Smart Commodities and Vilsack
by
Dr. Steve Suppan
The following document was submitted on August 31 in response to a consultation survey advising the High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) of the United Nations Race to Zero greenhouse gas emissions campaign. The subtitles correspond to the survey topics.
Drought Land
by
Dr. Steve Suppan
IPEF: More than a trade agreement framework? On September 8-9 in Los Angeles, officials from the Office of the U.S.
IPEF
by
Erin McKee VanSlooten
Nora Shields-Cutler
Last week, Minnesota had a huge win for Farm to School, becoming the first state in the nation to sign an agreement with the U.S.
Group of 7 people representing MN farm to school organizations standing in a line