A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from August 22, 2022
“No farms, no food, no future”

"No farms, no food” is a saying (usually used as a protest slogan) that has been printed on many images.

“No farms, no food” was printed in the Courier-Post (Camden, NJ) on May 3, 1975. “No Farms. No Food” was printed in the Philadelphia (PA) Inquirer on November 28, 1988. “No Farms, No Food” was printed in the Los Angeles (CA) Times on February 12, 1995.

“No farms, no food, no future” was printed in the Transcript-Telegram (Holyoke, MA) on August 11, 1988. “No farms, no food, no future” was printed in The Globe and Mail (Toronto, ON) on December 1, 1998. “No farms, no food, no future” was posted on the newsgroup alt.politics.communism on December 11, 1998.

“No farmers, no food, no future” is a related saying.


Newspapers.com
3 May 1975, Courier-Post (Camden, NJ), “200 Farmers Demonstrate Against Trespass Rule” by Bernie Weisenfeld, pg. 1, col. 5:
The farmers, who considered Hyland’s opinion another blow against their property rights, carried signs such as “No farms, no food,” and “Don’t bite the hand that feeds you.”

Newspapers.com
11 August 1988, Transcript-Telegram (Holyoke, MA), pg. 6, col. 3:
Remember, “No farms, no food, no future.” Help save our family farms, our neighbors, friends and ourselves. Vote no on Question 3.
Miles Washburn
Candidate for State Senate
South Hadley

Newspapers.com
28 November 1988, Philadelphia (PA) Inquirer, “Like money in the bank, soybeans pull New Jersey farmer through” by Inga Saffron, pg. 1-B, col. 2:
A sign on the wall over the washing machine declared: “No Farms. No Food.”

Newspapers.com
12 February 1995, Los Angeles (CA) Times, “Peter H. King on California, pg. A3, col. 1:
They plaster bumpers and cotton trailer—cotton trailers!—with defiant slogans: “No Farms, No Food.”

2 December 1998, The Globe and Mail (Toronto, ON), “Ontario hog farmers say they need help; 1,000 gather at Queen’s Park to make plea” By Jane Coutts, pg. A7, col. 5:
Led by a giant fibreglass pig named Percy, which is normally used to celebrate pork output in Perth County, the farmers carried signs saying “No farms, no food, no future,” and “Our future is on your table.”

Google Groups: alt.politics.communism
Farmers March In Toronto To Protest Disastrous Prices And Demand Relief
Brian Hauk
Dec 11, 1998, 3:00:00 AM
Farmers March In Toronto To Protest Disastrous Prices And Demand Relief
*********************************************************************
from the Militant, vol.62/no.46 December 21, 1998

BY ROBERT SIMMS
TORONTO - Farmers, most of whom raise hogs, protested in
front of the Ontario legislature December 1 to demand immediate
income assistance from the Ontario and federal governments.
Newspapers reported up to 1,000 farmers participated in the
demonstration. There are 6,000 hog farmers in Ontario. They
carried signs like: “Hog farmers going bankrupt,” and “1972
prices, 1998 bills,” “Cost 70 cents/lb., get 30 cents/lb.,” and
“No farms, no food, no future.”

Twitter
American Farmland Trust
@Farmland
Love Fresh Food and Farms? Get a Free “No Farms No Food” bumper stickers! Request as many as you want! http://tinyurl.com/2qyzoo
11:21 AM · Jun 2, 2008·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
connecticutBNN
@connecticutBNN
Real Hartford: No Farms, No Food, No Future:
A number of organizations sponsored today’s Speak Up for Ag.. http://tinyurl.com/cytkws
1:38 PM · Mar 18, 2009·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Wendy
@Proud2bRedneck
Farming is life. No farms, no food, no future. Support your local farmer before all food is imported - both Canadian and American.
10:30 PM · Nov 1, 2009·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
George Gatenby 🐑
@ggatenby
No Farms, No Food, No Future!
2014 International Year of the Family Farm
9:22 PM · Dec 30, 2013·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Greenhouse Geek
@iHortGreenhouse
Get Your Free No Farms, No Food bumper sticker! - American Farmland Trust http://ow.ly/sbgEe
3:56 PM · Dec 31, 2013·Hootsuite

OCLC WorldCat record
No farms, no food : uniting farmers and environmentalists to save American agriculture
Author: Donald D. Stuart (Author)
Summary: America’s farms are key to the preservation of vital ecosystems and a stable climate. Yet farmers and environmentalists have not always seen eye-to-eye about the best ways to manage agricultural landscapes. Since 1980, American Farmland Trust (AFT) has been bringing people together to work for healthy land and a healthy food system. This book traces the development of this powerful coalition responsible for landmark achievements in farmland preservation and conservation practices, and takes readers inside the political and policy battles that determine the fate of our nation’s farmland
eBook, English, 2022
Publisher:Island Press, Washington, D.C, 2022

The Grayzone
‘No Farms, No Food:’ Dutch farmers confront billionaire ‘green’ elite’s food system reset plan
STAVROULA PABST·AUGUST 19, 2022
Dutch farmers’ protests offer a preview of the resistance to come as transnational “green” billionaires advance a “reset” of the global food system. The elite agenda threatens to deepen an international cost of living crisis and spark unrest well beyond The Netherlands.

(Trademark)
Word Mark NO FARMS NO FOOD
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Filing Date March 16, 2022
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Owner (APPLICANT) American Farmland Trust CORPORATION D.C. 1150 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 600 Washington D.C. 20036
Attorney of Record Cathleen E. Stadecker
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(Trademark)
Mark Image
Word Mark NO FARMS NO FOOD
Goods and Services IC 042. US 100 101. G & S: Promoting public awareness of the need for conservation of farmland, farming practices that lead to a healthy environment, and public policies on farmland preservation; Association services, namely, promoting conservation of farmland, farming practices that lead to a healthy environment, and public policies on farmland preservation. FIRST USE: 20010701. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20010701
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Owner (REGISTRANT) American Farmland Trust CORPORATION D.C. 1150 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 600 Washington D.C. 20036
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