F3 Global LLC is a capacity building strategy firm based in Washington, D.C. USA. We help clients resolve complex business and community challenges, structure innovative programs, build and align partnerships, and create new market opportunities through innovative Solutions & Strategies.
Fagen, Inc. was founded on the principle of making our clients successful. From local, agricultural grassroots initiatives to construction management for Fortune 500 companies, we have the broad range of skills and services necessary to be your single source contractor.
Fairfax Public Access (FPA) was established in October 1981 as a non-profit public-access cable-television station based in Fairfax, Virginia that now operates three channels. Channel 10 is FPA’s flagship channel which airs local programming indicative of the diverse life-styles and interests of the Washington area (including EmeraldPlanet shows).
Family and Consumer Science and Center for Nutrition, Diet and Health, University of the District of Columbia, provides educational programs and research projects in the areas of nutrition, diet, health and food safety for residents of the District of Columbia. Programs include Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed), Nutrition on Demand, District of Columbia Food Handler Certification Program Module Project and Team Nutrition Project.
FarmToMarketMagazine.com is researched, written, and virtually published to keep professionals, researchers, professors, financial institutions, business executives, and agriculturalist connected to the agriculture transformation taking place on the continent of Africa. FarmToMarketMagazine.com focuses on big issues that affect every aspect of the agricultural value chain, from the farm related infrastructure to the markets these serve, and how financed. Its featured stories profiles opinion leaders and subject matter experts which contribute to the development of the agriculture, infrastructure, processing, distribution, and financial sectors among all 54 nations on the African continent.
FastPatentPartner, LLC. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the firm helps companies and patent law firms monitor patent office and patent litigation activity, as well as supporting patent acquisitions.
In the early 1960’s, the School Board decided to have a consolidated high school for Fauquier County. Fauquier High School opened in 1963. The year before, there were three Caucasian high schools in Fauquier County, a part of the practice of racial segregation to which FCPS subscribed in those days. They were Marshall High School (known for basketball prowess), Warrenton High School (known for football prowess) and Cedar Lee High School (known for baseball prowess).
The other major initiative of the World Bank Group is Film4Climate. With more than 170 countries signing the Paris Climate Change Agreement the momentum for climate action is finally global and ambitious. While to many the climate debate may seem remote from daily life, the small decisions that each person makes, i.e. water use, products purchased, energy efficiency of homes, how one votes, among countless others, are personal and possible. The more negative, or positive impacts of such decisions, the more each citizen needs to be aware of the lasting consequences negative or positive. Challenged by such consequences around the globe, the World Bank Group created the Film4Climate Global Video & Film Competition. This world-wide effort invites aspiring filmmakers from around the world to express their vision for a sustainable future by creating a short film or video about climate action. The Film4Climate Competition is open to all, between the ages of 14 to 35. Each submission can be a short film or video of up to five  minutes in length, or Public Service Advertisements up to 60 seconds long.
The Finnegan LLP law firm, also known as Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, protects the ideas and innovations that propel business innovation for companies, research institutes, and research-focused universities around the world. With nearly 400 intellectual property (IP) lawyers, Finnegan is one of the largest intellectual property (IP) law firms in the world.
510nano is a developer of renewable energy projects and technologies. Our strategic vision results in the most cost-competitive power plants and clean technologies. 510nano has a strong management and technical team, numerous business and research partners, and a strong relationship with its customers. It is our people and partners that make us uniquely GREEN. Our management team is comprised of business strategists and thought leaders, serial entrepreneurs and accomplished innovators, trained scientists and engineers. Our technical team is well published, well trained. They are inventors and interdisciplinary technologists. These two teams have worked together to build our set of cutting-edge business strategies and state-of-the-art technologies.
Food Plants International (FPI) was formally established in 1999, but its origins go back to the 1970.
Fragmented Forests Project is designed to facilitate greater understanding of the significant role forests play in our planet.
Free State Growers are a very small farm in the Northern Piedmont area of Virginia. They are maximizing their limited acreage, sustainably raising meat goats, chickens and bees. They are crossing Boer, KIko, and Myotonic to create a low maintenance, fast growing meat goat for the humid conditions of the mid-Atlantic
A mayor that has chosen to lead by example runs the Town of Forest Heights—The Honorable Jacqueline Goodall started by making small changes around the Forest Heights Town Hall. After seeing the value of her changes she has expanded the Town’s efforts to incorporate the same initiatives throughout the town. Some of the most notable initiatives include, but are not limited to: Safe Routes to Schools, Complete streets, Energy Efficiency Upgrades Collaboration, and Solar Panels within the towns.
Four Mile Run is envisioned as a cherished community resource and a model for natural lands stewardship in an urban setting. Our mission is to promote nature, culture, and community at lower Four Mile Run through restoration, advocacy, recreation, and education. The Four Mile Run Conservatory Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and volunteer organization formed in 2016 following years of community efforts to beautify and improve Four Mile Run Park.
FRESHFARM Markets is the leading voice for farmers markets in the Washington, DC, metropolitan region, and a national leader in the local-food movement. It strives to build and strengthen the local-food movement in the Chesapeake Bay region, using its farmers markets to create vibrant urban and community places, providing economic opportunities for farmers and artisanal food producers and showcasing our region’s agricultural bounty. The mission of FRESHFARM Markets is to educate the public about food and environmental issues, and to provide vital economic opportunities for local farmers.
Fresno State serves the richly diverse region of Central California. The U.S. Department of Education designates our university as both a Hispanic-Serving Institution and an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution..
The Friendship Caravan, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit American organization dedicated to promoting multi-cultural understanding, caring, and mutual respect through educational programs, humanitarian outreach, discussions and media-friendly events. Founded in the aftermath of September 11, 2001, the Caravan is focused for the foreseeable future on developing bridges of mutual acceptance and compassion between Americans and people in the Arab and Muslim world.
Fu Jen Catholic University is a comprehensive university founded by the Holy See. Currently, the University comprises 11 colleges, namely Liberal Arts, Arts, Education, Communication, Foreign Languages, Science and Engineering, Human Ecology, Law, Social Sciences, Management, Medicine, 48 departments, offering 47 master’s programs, 22 in-service master’s programs, 11 Ph.D. programs, and 16 departments in the School of Continuing Education.
Future Farmers of America (FFA) makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.