Subject: Interested in Nebraska Food Freedom?

Hi Friend,

You may have heard about the new meat share law in nearby Wyoming. The Food Shares Amendment to Wyoming’s Food Freedom Bill permits informed end consumers to purchase specific products and cuts of meats directly from local producers once they obtain an animal share by written contract with that farmer or rancher.

Nebraska’s leaders appear ready to act to help smaller ranchers and farmers make it easier to provide access to local, healthy food in the wake of the crisis involving the larger meatpacking plants. Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF) will be working to try and win a meat share law in Nebraska similar to your neighbors' next door. This would make a vital difference to smaller producers wishing to sell directly to local consumers, and to those consumers who prefer greater access to local wholesome meat produced by their neighbors. 

If you wish to be involved in any policy calls or action towards this goal, please let us know. We are currently trying to schedule some calls, and as you know, it is much more persuasive when legislators hear from constituents who are struggling under the current regulatory system.

If you are interested in being involved, please let me know directly at

Please include your full name, email, and phone number and perhaps your perspective on any proposed policy changes.

Thank you for your support of the FTCLDF and supporting your local food movement.

In good health,

Alexia Kulwiec
Executive Director
Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund | 703-208-FARM (3276) |
8116 Arlington Blvd Suite #263, Falls Church, VA 22042, United States
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