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Our Keynote Speaker: Blain Snipstal

Community Is the Key To It All: Moving Agriculture Forward By Erika Veidis   “All I wanted were five simple things: rice, beans, a horse, a goat, and a house,” Blain Snipstal, visionary Maryland farmer, social activist, and keynote speaker at the National Conference on Domestic Fair Trade, reflects. “And I’m now on a journey … >More


THE DFTA DISPATCH- November 2016

Register for our December 2016 Conference and more in our latest newsletter!   Click HERE to read our November 2016 Newsletter.


RELEASE: Registration Opens for 2016 National Domestic Fair Trade Conference

For Immediate Release: November 3, 2016   Contact: Erika A. Inwald, (347) 589-3398 einwald@thedfta.org   RELEASE: Registration Opens for 2016 National Domestic Fair Trade Conference: Fair Trade and Racial Justice in Our Agricultural System   Brooklyn, NY – On December 9-11, 2016, the Domestic Fair Trade Association (DFTA) is hosting the National Domestic Fair Trade … >More


RELEASE: The Domestic Fair Trade Association Launches New Website, Including New Logo

For Immediate Release: November 3, 2016   Contact: Erika A. Inwald, (347) 589-3398 einwald@thedfta.org   RELEASE: The Domestic Fair Trade Association Launches New Website, Including New Logo   Brooklyn, NY – In order to better represent our work, the Domestic Fair Trade Association (DFTA) is launching a new website and officially changing our logo.   … >More


Open Meeting: Northeast Gathering on Domestic Fair Trade

Open Meeting: Northeast Gathering on Domestic Fair Trade Friday August 14, 2015 9:00 am-12:30pm Campus Center 903 UMASS, Amherst. This Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) Summer Conference Free Meeting, sponsored by The Domestic Fair Trade Committee of NOFA’s Interstate Council’s (IC) Policy Committee and the Domestic Fair Trade Association, invites activists from the Northeast Region who are engaged … >More


Update on Sakuma Bros. Berry Boycott

On May 8th the Domestic Fair Trade Association accompanied members of Familias Unidas por La Justicia, Community to Community Development and Fair World Project to a meeting at Driscoll’s headquarters in Watsonville, CA. The meeting was called in response to the delivery of a Fair World Project petition containing over 10,000 signatures calling on Driscoll’s to … >More