What Can You Do?
- Speak to your friends and associates about the necessity of a free market in agriculture and in the production, distribution, and consumption of food.
- Write web comments, letters to the editor, and op-eds opposing regulations on food, USDA welfare and subsidy programs, the National Animal Identification System (NAIS), the regulation of agriculture to control carbon dioxide emissions, and other disastrous government controls on food.
- Tell your representatives, candidates for office, and party officials to uphold and defend fully free markets in food production, distribution, and consumption. Tell them that their personal choices and beliefs about nutrition and agriculture -- whether scientific or not -- should be a purely private matter, not public policy.
- Join FA/RM's "Activists" e-mail list to become an informed activist for freedom in agriculture. This informal, unmoderated list will alert you to opportunities to speak out in favor of free markets, offer advice for doing so effectively, and more. To subscribe to this list, you must endorse FA/RM's mission of advocating agricultural and health policies based solely on the principles of individual rights. (The list is hosted on Google Groups, so you will need to log into your Google Account, or create an account, to subscribe. E-mail Monica Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.org with any technical problems.)
- Alert people to the existence of our group, "Free Agriculture - Restore Markets." Point them to the FA/RM website and the FA/RM blog for up-to-date information and ideas for activism.