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Programs for Organizations

Custom Programming About Factory Farming and your Mission

FFAC offers free educational programs on factory farming’s devastating impacts— on climate change, natural resource depletion, animal suffering, immigrant and worker exploitation, and public health. An FFAC presenter visits your organization in-person (if COVID-safe) or virtually or and presents up-to-date information relevant to your mission and values.
  • Faith-based communities

  • Climate and environment focused organizations

  • Racial justice organizations

  • Immigrant rights groups

  • Worker rights groups

  • Businesses

  • Corporations

  • Local, state, and federal government offices and agencies

  • Nonprofits

  • Libraries

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Dining Services

FFAC, along with our partner organizations, Default Veg and Green Monday, can help you support more ethical and sustainable food services in your organization or community, including:

  • Cafeteria

  • Vending machines

  • Catering

  • Conferences

  • Snack bar

  • Food court

Please contact us at info@ffacoalition.org to work on transitioning your food services.

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Programs for Corporate Green Teams

Are you on your company’s Green Team? We can educate your team on the interconnectedness of industrial agricultural systems and climate change, natural resource depletion, and air and water pollution. 
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Topics Covered

Below is a list of some of the impacts of factory farming we cover in our programming; we can tailor our programming to meet your classroom learning needs:

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Environment and Climate Change

  • How animal agriculture contributes to anthropogenic climate change.
  • How animal agriculture contributes to global deforestation.
  • How factory farming depletes land and water.
  • How animal agriculture pollutes air and water, creating human health hazards.
  • What percentage of greenhouse gas emissions is attributable to factory farms, and why there is disagreement within the scientific community
  • Agriculture, including feed conversion ratios, atmospheric C02 resulting from land use change, what are the inputs to aquaculture, etc.
  • Future of food: cellular and cultivated meats
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Social Justice

  • Slaughterhouse work
  • Forced labor in the fishing industry
  • Impacts for small family farms
  • Impacts on indigenous communities
  • Factory farming pollution in communities
  • What a just food system might look like
  • Environmental justice
  • Connections between the food justice and racial justice movements
  • Federal policies for the animal agricultural sector
  • Feminist theory
  • Ableist theory
  • Speciesism
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Human Health

  • Antibiotics given to factory farmed animals
  • Hormones given to farmed animals
  • Links between factory farming and pandemics
  • Toxins released from manure lagoons
  • Healthy eating and nutrition
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  • The treatment of animals on factory farms
  • New research on animal sentience
  • The ethics of eating animals
  • Animal rights theory
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