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National Immigrant Farming Initiative

 
     
 
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NEW YORK
  Cornell University
   
Community Food and Agriculture Program
Cornell Small Farms Program
NY Farmnet
  Empire State Family Farm Alliance
  Greenmarket Program
  The National Campaign for Sustainable agriculture, Inc
  National Immigrant Farming Initiative
  New Farmer Development Project
  New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets
  Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service
  Rural Development Leadership Network
  The U.S. Composting Council

Program Description
The National Immigrant Farming Initiative (NIFI) is a collaborative effort of Heifer International and other partners around the country. Rooted in diverse immigrant farmer experience, NIFI strengthens the capacity of immigrants to farm successfully and to advance sustainable farming and food systems. NIFI provides training, information sharing, networking opportunities, and other support to advocate for immigrant farmers and increase their visibility. NIFI is generously supported by USDA’s Risk Management Agency, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and Heifer International.

Publications
Bibliography of Bilingual Agricultural Dictionaries & Glossaries Immigrant and Refugee Farming Programs and Resources Directory BULLETINS: NIFI News - newsletter.

Contact
Tony Machacha
Program Associate,
National Immigrant Farming Initiative,
Heifer International,
516 Court Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11231.
Phone: (718) 875-3249
Fax: (718) 875-2221
Email: nifi.associate@heifer.org
Web: www.immigrantfarming.org

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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