Lead for Change Blog

Mikayla Humiston

August 19, 2019

Mikayla is a senior at the University of Vermont (UVM) where she majors in both Food Systems and Public Communication. She is a member of the Human Trafficking Activism and Awareness Club (HTAAC) and the Real Food Challenge Working Group on campus, simultaneously combating exploitative production practices and working towards a healthy campus food system. […]

Steve Thorpe

August 19, 2019

Union Chapel United Methodist Church

August 19, 2019

Union Chapel serves fair trade coffee and offers fair trade chocolate for sale. They also host Indianapolis’ annual Fair Trade Fair.

Rachel Spence

August 15, 2019

Rachel joined the Fair Trade Federation in 2016. As the FTF’s Engagement Manager, she is responsible for communications, member/public engagement, online presence, and digital and print publications. Rachel is also on the board of directors of Grow Ahead, a crowdfunding platform that supports small family farmers as they address the challenge of climate change in […]

Fiona Wilson

August 15, 2019

University of New Hampshire

August 15, 2019

aldighe

August 15, 2019

Real Food Standards

August 14, 2019

Real Food Standards are a set of position papers that outline the principles behind the Real Food Guide.

Fair Trade Federation Resource Hub

August 14, 2019

An information hub from the Fair Trade Federation with a library of recommended books, films, and other resources.

rkmetz

August 14, 2019

Artisan Collection Coffee by Farmer Brother’s

August 14, 2019

This collection of small-batch specialty coffee handcrafted by artisan roasters is made from carefully selected 100% Arabica specialty coffee beans. These specialty coffees are produced in a state of the art LEED Silver Certified facility, using renewable energy credits. The collection includes coffees that are Rain Forest Alliance Certified, Organic, and Fair Trade Certified.

Campaign Spotlight: James River High School

August 13, 2019

As a recent graduate, I can still remember that bitter-sweet feeling of wanting to see my friends, but not wanting to take exams. Since I won’t be heading back to school this fall, the feelings I have are all sweet as I think about what our student advocates are planning for the upcoming year. To […]

rdhbeth

August 13, 2019

adam.sachs

August 12, 2019

Staunton NewsLeader article: Scavenger Hunt

August 11, 2019

media coverage of World Fair Trade in Downtown Staunton, May 11, 2019

World Fair Trade Day 2019

August 11, 2019

Celebrate World Fair Trade Day with 4 fair trade stores in historic downtown Staunton, VA. Fair Trade is a global movement that ensures that workers and artisans in developing countries receive a fair wage for their work as well as safe working conditions. On Saturday, May 11, World Fair Trade Day, Staunton’s fair trade retailers […]