Here are action steps you can take today to protect our environment:

1. Educate Yourself
Learn about the problem with Factory Farms and how it will affect you and your family. Review the information on this site, FactoryFarm.orgIowa Citizens for Community Improvement, and the Iowa DNR.

2. Contact Elected Officials
Call, write, or e-mail your elected officials and let them know what you think. 

State Government 
State Legislators 
Local Elected Officials

3. Talk to Your Neighbors 
Help educate them and let them know how important it is that their opinions are known by local and state representatives.

4. Report Suspicious Activity 
Call Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement at 515-282-0484 immediately if you see what might be a CAFO being constructed, or if you see what might be an illegal manure dumping.

5. Support JFAN

Support JFAN's efforts by attending JFAN public meetings,volunteering, and contributing to the JFAN defense fund.

6. Join Iowa Citizens forCommunity Improvement 

This 30-year old organization is working hard to insure the quality of air and water in Iowa and is working to return local control of factory farms to the county level.

Where to Get JFAN Newsletters

JFAN Newsletters can be picked up at the following locations in Fairfield:

2nd Street Café
Asian Deli
Best Western Fairfield
Ching Dow
Everybody's Whole Foods
Fairfield Family Restaurant
Fairfield Public Library
Gupta Vegetarian Restaurant
HyVee Drug Store
HyVee Grocery
India Cafe
Iowa State Bank – 4th and Burlington
Iowa State Bank – downtown branch
Istanbul Grill
La Hacienda
Maharishi University of Management: Ladies' Dome
Maharishi University of Management: Men's Dome
Noodle House
Taco John
Thai Deli
Thymely Solutions
University BP 

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