Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund
Defending the rights and broadening the freedoms of family farms and protecting
consumer access to raw milk and nutrient dense foods.
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and Farm Freedom!

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efforts of the Fund!

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Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund
8116 Arlington Blvd., #263
Falls Church, VA  22042
(703) 208-3278 (FAX)

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Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund is a non-profit organization recognized under the Internal Revenue Code as a Section 501(c)(4) organization [EIN: 20-8605130]. View our IRS designation letter.

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A (c)(4) organization is classified as a "social welfare" organization, which means it must be operated exclusively to promote social welfare. To be operated exclusively to promote social welfare an organization must operate primarily to further the common good and general welfare of the people of the community.

Sustainable farming and direct farm-to-consumer transactions further the common good and general welfare of all Americans.

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Want to make a tax-deductible donation to support public interest litigation? Donate to the Farm-to-Consumer Foundation, 501(c)(3) nonprofit [EIN: 26-0758408].

How Donation
Dollars Are Used
The Ripple Effect of Your Donation

Farmers, buying clubs and artisan food producers have access to experienced legal advice about direct sales.

Attorneys provide real-time emergency support during farm or buying club raids.

Cow-share operators start off on the right foot with legal contracts and counsel.

Farmers have qualified representation in the court room.

Readers welcome an alternative to biased industry food safety news.

Grassroots activists are given the tools to speak out. 

Barriers to our food rights are challenged in court.

Who Your Donations Help

Mark Baker, Baker’s Green Acres, MI

Anthony Bavuso, Seaford Oyster Company, VA

Randy and Lee Hoovey, Let Us Farm, IL

Randy & Libby Buchler, Shady Grove Farm, MI

Vernon Hershberger, Grazin’ Acres, WI

Kevin Lunny, Drakes Bay Oyster Company, CA

Alvin Schlangen, Schlangen Family Farm, MN

Jessica Hudson, Sweet Peas Farm, MI

Monte & Laura Bledsoe, Quail Hollow Farm, NV

Chris Rosenau, Consumer, MT

Victoria Bloch, Consumer, CA

Brigitte Ruthman, Joshuas Farm, MA

Brett Wilson, Horse & Buggy Produce, VA

Mike and Jane Hulme, Evergreen Acres Raw Goat Milk Dairy, CA

Armand and Teddi Bechard, Bechard Family Farm, MO

Meg Cattell, Windsor Dairy, CO

Wayne and Kay Craig, Grassway Organics, WI

Mark and Blaine McAfee, Organic Pastures Dairy, CA

Pam Lunn, The Dancing Goat, FL

Chuck Phippen, Breese Hollow Dairy, NY

Joel Salatin, Polyface Farms, VA

Stephen and Barbara Smith, Meadowsweet Dairy, NY

Mark and Petra Zinniker, Zinniker Family Farm, WI