The Largest Minority Non-Profit Agriculture Organization Is Urgently Requesting To Speak To President Biden

Minority Women Farmers Urgent Request to Brief President Biden on Inclusion 5

Minority women farmers have the solution to equality and inclusion in agriculture

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Nov 30, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – National Women in Agricultural Association works to provide equality and sustainable opportunities specifically focused on helping women farmers and educating the minority youth towards a career in agriculture. We provide resources to farmers new and old to help them navigate through the always-changing agricultural landscape.

Our mission is to save lives and eliminate poverty by increasing the availability of fresh, locally-grown food while expanding economic opportunities. Our vision is to provide vital opportunities for rural and urban communities to equip them for tomorrow while engaging them in today and to make investments within society that will help move the US toward an authentic and sustainable future.

We are asking President Biden to sign an executive order to officially name NWIAA as a Federally Charted Non-profit Organization so that NWIAA can receive lifetime sustainable funding to grow each of our chartered organizations. If you are interested in supporting our mission or starting a chapter in your state, please feel free to visit our website for more information.

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