The Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance Wednesday released policy recommendations for the 2023 farm bill.
Further reducing emissions throughout agricultural and forestry supply chains will require a comprehensive effort involving financial and technical assistance, research investments, proactive response to innovation, public-private partnerships and a commitment to equitable opportunities for all producers. FACA’s recommendations, developed by the 23-member steering committee, are divided into six categories: Conservation, risk management and credit, energy, food waste, forestry, livestock and dairy, and research, extension and innovation.
FACA’s past recommendations have provided guidance to members of Congress and administration officials and have been credited with shaping federal laws and programs.
President of the American Farm Bureau Federation, Zippy Duvall, says, “We look forward to working with Congress to strengthen Title I programs, improve risk management tools, and utilize these FACA recommendations to advance our sustainability mission in a manner that respects farmers and ranchers as partners.”