Food and Farm Security: Summary of Recommendations for the 2023 Farm Bill

The Farm Bill is among the most significant federal policies providing direct support to the US agriculture sector and affecting the conservation of the nation’s soil, land, and water resources. Noted for its decades of bipartisan support, the Farm Bill governs many of the nation’s most influential food, agriculture, and conservation programs. World Wildlife Fund urges Congress to pass a 2023 Farm Bill that addresses the ever-increasing challenges facing rural communities and the landscapes and natural resources they depend upon. We need a Farm Bill that invests in farmers, ranchers, and forest owners to make agriculture net zero by 2040, end habitat conversion, and reverse species decline while supporting the viability of US producers. 

This publication provides an executive summary of WWF’s priorities and recommendations for the 2023 Farm Bill. Read the full recommendations here.