United Farm and Ranch Conservation Coalition
United Farm and Ranch Conservation Coalition (UFRCC), a non-profit coalition established to protect, sustain, develop and enhance all aspects of rural America and worldwide agriculture efforts. Core principles include, education, infrastructure, employment, housing, management, access, partnerships, and efforts to provide the best agriculture systems at affordable prices.
This is the beginning of a community of farmers, ranchers, vineyards, orchards, and other agriculture communities, uniting to provide access to better resources, tools, programs, grants, funding, support, education, medical access, job creation, wage support, housing, and the future sustainable practices.
It is our goal to preserve the rural communities and outdoor way of life. We provide support to help sustain these communities in their most basic needs, beginning with infrastructure, food, education, employment, wellness, clean water and shelter. Once basic needs are met, it is our goal to provide support through programs, resources, critical planning and resource management by presenting best practices, developing stronger communities through individual training and group efforts.
Also it is our goal to provide on site training and resources making readily available medical, dental, vision, and other health and wellness care to all.
In connection with all agricultural outreach programs and relations, we intent to bring agriculture closer to large cities, utilizing future technologies and practices of Vertical Farming, Hydroponics, Aquaponics etc. With the cost of transportation higher than it has ever been along with long distances products must travel, UFRCC plans to affect great change. Part of making America and other nations great, is teaching how to be self-sufficient, we do this by education. Learning how to grow locally utilizing technology and vertical growth models, cities can lower the cost of food products substantially, reducing the distance and eliminating cost to transport