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National Latino Farmers and Ranchers, NLFR 3rd Annual Congress. The theme for this year’s conference is, “This is Our Land: Our Land Stewardship Legacy”.

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Washington D.C

10/21/2022

Further Information: Juan Avellaneda-juan@nlfrta.org

PRESS RELEASE

WHEN? October 27-29
WHERE? Isleta Resort & Casino 11000 Broadway Blvd SE, Albuquerque, NM 87105                            

NLFR meets annually to set their working resolutions by providing interactive opportunities to engage with the small to medium size historically discriminated against producers and landowners. Register at https://www.nlfrta.org/congress.php

USDA agencies, community based organizations, and NIFA ARPTAI 1006 Cooperators will be on site ready to engage with and learn from the farmers, ranchers, and landowners daily experiences, consequences and solutions needed in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, wildfires, drought, labor shortages, transportation, and food chain disruption.

NLFR is pleased to extend to you an invitation to attend our 3rd  Annual National Latino Farmers & Ranchers Congress scheduled for October 27-29, 2022, in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the Isleta Pueblo Resort & Casino.

NLFR is honored to have a committed group of panelists, their knowledge and expertise will support the underserved farmers and ranchers to access resources and technical assistance needed. These subject matter experts are aligned with our mission to protect, preserve and serve.  

“It is a humbling and much needed experience”, said Mr. Eugene Pickett, NLFR’s Deputy Director based in NM. Invitations have been extended to all USDA agency leaders, federal, state and local government representatives, small to medium Latino farmers and ranchers’ leadership as well as our diverse multi-ethnic members, partners, and allies.

“NLFR has been working closely with USDA and community organizations to ensure that farmers, ranchers, landowners and their families are protected and served, no matter who they are or where they are from,” stated Rudy Arredondo, President-CEO-Founder, NLFR.

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