Farmers Advocating for Agriculture

Advocacy Projects

In an increasingly urban world, farmers are recognizing the importance of telling their story to consumers. Many farmers have become advocates for agriculture, helping consumers understand the care farm families take to grow grains, livestock food and fiber on their farms and help them understand where their food, fuel and fiber comes from.

Providing Agriculture Information to Consumers

The below are agriculture information and advocacy programs supported by the Kansas Corn Commission (KCC). View their sites for more information.

Common Ground

Common Ground is a group of volunteer farmers who communicate about the food grown and how it’s produced. Learn how Kansas farmers grow food, feed and fuel as well as more about the farmers who grow Kansas crops and livestock, including female farmers.

Food Dialogues

U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) consists of more than 100 farmer and rancher led organizations and agricultural partners working to engage in dialogue with consumers who have questions about how today’s food is grown and raised. Visit the Food Dialogues website to learn about farming practices, healthy food choices or to just ask a question!

Kansas Farm Food Connection

Kansas Farm Food Connection is a joint effort of eight Kansas ag organizations that exist to be a resource for anything and everything to do with food. These groups serve and partner with Kansas ag producers and consumers. Meet Kansas farmers and ranchers, find recipes for Kansas food and more.

Best Food Facts

Best Food Facts is dedicated to all things food! Their mission is to bring consumers all the information they ever wanted to know about the endless food choices and questions facing them. It’s a tall order, but they have a network of more than 200 food system experts who understand the science behind what’s in our food – and why.

GMO Answers

GMO Answers was created to do a better job answering consumer questions about GMOs. Want to know more about GMOs? Get information from scientists here.