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Defending the rights of sustainable family farms and artisan food producers to make their products available to consumers in a manner that protects, reserves and enhances the environment and its natural resources . . .
Possible Representation is just one of the benefits of membership. In addition to the legal fees, the Fund typically pays for all court costs and expert witness expenses. The Fund is not an insurance company and cannot guarantee representation on all legal matters.
ME – Dan Brown – More Posts
Dan Brown Hearing in Maine Food Sovereignty Case: Judge Finds Raw Milk Not ‘Local Food’ – May 7, 2013
MI – Randy & Libby Buchler – More Posts
Victory in Michigan! Shady Grove Farm Protected by Right to Farm Act – Dec 19, 2012
MN – Alvin Schlangen – More Posts
Jury Vindicates Farmer of Criminal Charges Related to Minnesota Food Buying Coop – Sep 27, 2012
MO – Armand & Teddi Bechard – More Posts
Bechards Get Favorable Settlement with Missouri Milk Board – Aug 22, 2012
PA – Christian & Lena Zook – More Posts
Pennsylvania – Judge Throws out Criminal Case against FTCLDF Member – Mar 16, 2013
WA – Estrella Family Creamery – More Posts
FDA’s Vendetta Against Estrella Family Creamery in Washington State – Aug 31, 2012
Some cases handled by the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund are resolved at the administrative level and never proceed to litigation. The Fund Legal Committee determines which cases to take on; if the committee is not in unanimous agreement, then the full Board of Directors votes on whether to take the case. Among other prerequisites in taking on a case is that it fall within the Fund’s mission.
Last Updated: 5/25/2013