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AGree Consensus Publications

A Call to Action for the Trump Administration | Elevate Food and Agriculture as a National Priority:

President Trump has highlighted the importance of agriculture and said he expects his nominee for Secretary of Agriculture, Governor Sonny Perdue, to "deliver big results." AGree is standing by to assist. 4 pages. February 2017.

A Call to Presidential Action | Elevating Food and Agriculture as a National Priority:

The right food and agricultural policies can improve the health of America’s families, economy, farms and the environment, as outlined in recommendations AGree is presenting to presidential candidates. AGree’s Call to Action provides core elements in a strategy for elevating food and agriculture as a national priority. 4 pages. January 2016.

Local Food: Revitalizing Community-based Food Systems:

AGree's Recommendations on Local Food. September 2015.

Research & Innovation: Strengthening Agricultural Research:

AGree's recommendations on Research & Innovation. June 2015.

Working Landscapes: Achieving Productivity, Profitability, and Environmental Outcomes:

AGree's consensus recommendations on Working Landscapes. November 2014.

Food & Nutrition: Cultivating Healthy Communities:

AGree's recommendations on Food & Nutrition. November 2014.

International Development: Promoting Development through Food and Agriculture:

AGree's consensus recommendations on International Development. November 2014.

Immigration Reform: Achieving a Stable, Legal Workforce:

AGree's consensus recommendations on Immigration Reform. June 2014.

Facing the Future: Critical Challenges to Food and Agriculture:

The four papers in this series describe the critical challenges AGree believes are facing the food and agriculture system. They articulate the important facts, issues, and questions that need to be addressed. 54 pages. May 2012.

Vision, Mission and Principles:

Document includes AGree’s vision for 2030, its mission, and six principles that AGree will use to guide its work. 3 pages. May 2012.