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Tell Your Congresspeople that Organic Ag Fights Climate Change
Climate change is an existential threat to our planet, people, and livelihoods and bold policy solutions are needed to mitigate and adapt to climate change’s increasingly negative effects.

We need your support to advance climate change policy that enhances organic agriculture's science-backed properties that make it the best option for resilience in uncertain times. Organic doesn't use fossil-fuel based inputs, stores more carbon, and organic farmers are dedicated to continuously improving the land they work.

Congress needs to understand why organic is part of the climate solution as a market-based, federally-backed, independently-certified agricultural system.

Bipartisan support is vital to advancing organic policy and we are committed to working towards solutions that work for the entire supply chain and on both sides of the aisle.

ACT NOW to ask your Congresspeople to support our climate policy requests:
  1. Establish a national program to incentivize transition to organic with a specific focus on reducing financial risks, improving market and infrastructure development, increasing access to land, and providing technical assistance.
  2. Develop policies and programs that help all farmers improve soil health, protect farmland, invest in on-farm renewable energy, and increase research.
  3. Ensure organic farms and businesses have a seat at the table in the development of policy to address the climate crisis.
  4. Support legislation that decarbonizes the U.S. economy, addresses social and environmental inequities, and helps communities mitigate and adapt to climate change.
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