National Center for Food and Agriculture Policy
The National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy (NCFAP) describes itself as 'a private non-profit non-advocacy research organization'.
In its 2002 annual report states that NCFAP was "originally established in 1984 at Resources for the Future (RFF)with a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Center became an independent organization in 1992.  However, RFF has maintained close ties with the organisation. For example, the domain name registration of the NCFAP website, last updated in January 2006, lists its administrative contact as a staff member of RFF.  (RFF operates out of the same building).
- Jill Long Thompson, C.E.O
The 2002 Annual Report lists the following funding sources :
- United States Department of Agriculture, ARS Office of Pest Management Policy
- United States Geological Survey Water Resources Division
- American Sugarbeet Growers Association
- Biotechnology Industry Organization
- Council for Biotechnology Information
- CropLife America
- Grocery Manufacturers of America
- Illinois Farm Bureau
- Mint Industry Research Council
- Northwest Horticultural Council
- Oregonians for Food and Shelter
- Arvesta Corporation
- E.I. DuPont de Nemours
- Rohm and Haas
National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy
1616 P Street NW, First Floor
Washington, DC 20036
Email: ncfap AT ncfap.org
- "Pesticide Use and Biotechnology Assessment Programs Annual Report 2002", National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy, p. 2.
- "NCFAP.org", Joker.com, accessed September 2007.
- "Pesticide Use and Biotechnology Assessment Programs Annual Report 2002", National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy, p. 16.
- "National Center for Food and Agriculture Policy (NCFAP), GM Watch, approximately 2004.