AGree seeks to drive positive change in the food and agriculture system by connecting and challenging leaders from diverse communities to catalyze action and elevate food and agriculture as a national priority.

Through its work, AGree will support policy innovation that addresses four critical challenges in a comprehensive and integrated way to overcome the barriers that have traditionally inhibited transformative change. AGree anticipates constructive roles for the private sector and civil society as well as for policymakers.

Contact AGree

Deborah Atwood
Executive Director
Meridian Institute
1920 L Street, NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC  20036
Phone: 202-507-4845


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