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We advocate for agriculture, agribusiness, and farming in North Carolina

We promote and defend a strong economic and regulatory climate for agricultural and rural areas to be sustainable and profitable. We proactively engage and support like-minded organizations and react quickly to any issue threatening our farms, businesses, and communities.

Our Priorities

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Support pro-agriculture groups and voices by developing cohesive messages that will influence legislators to support North Carolina agriculture, farmers, and agribusiness.

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Inform and educate the public on the importance, value, and specific impact the agriculture industry has on North Carolina’s economy, families, and individuals.

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Empower pro-farming & pro-agriculture advocates to take action.

Voter Resources

View resources for voters in NC.

Action Center

View and take action on specific issues affecting Agriculture in NC.

News and Updates

Critical Legislative Update Farmers Need to Know

June 17, 2024

This week, the North Carolina House Committee on the Environment gave a favorable report to House Bill 864, PFAS Pollution and Polluter Liability. This bill creates sweeping uncertainties for family farms and agribusinesses. HB 864 grants the DEQ Secretary unprecedented enforcement authority and the ability to impose financial liabilities, a power that even the EPA does…

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Exercising Our Freedoms

May 30, 2024

On this Memorial Day weekend, we want to pause and remember the men and women who died while serving in the US Military. Those men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice so that we can choose to live free. In world history, the freedoms Americans enjoy are rare. Our form of government, which many…

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What is the big deal with the Chevron deference?

February 17, 2024

Today we’re talking about the pair of Supreme Court cases getting the most attention from the agricultural community this year: Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo and Relentless, Inc. v. Department of Commerce. Both may undo what’s known as Chevron deference, a legal doctrine long pilloried in conservative circles that stems from the high court’s 1984 decision in Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense…

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