SRAP Executive Director Search—Accepting Applications Until January 13

Position Announcement: Executive Director The Socially Responsible Agricultural Project (SRAP) seeks an Executive Director, as it enters a new phase of development and strategic planning. The current Executive Director, Terry Spence, is retiring after successfully leading SRAP through… Read More

MEDIA ALERT: September 6: Delaware Premiere of Right to Harm Documentary to Sound the Alarm on Public Health Threat of Factory Farms

LEWES, DE – August 13, 2019—The Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware (UUSD) and The Socially Responsible Agriculture Project will host the official Delaware premiere of the documentary film Right to Harm on Friday, September 6 at 6:30 p.m., at 30486 Lewes-Georgetown Highway in Lewes,… Read More

MEDIA ALERT: Arizona Community’s 5-Year Battle with Hickman Egg Factory Featured in New Documentary Film “RIGHT TO HARM”

National exposé on health, environmental & lifestyle impacts of industrial animal operation highlights Tonopah community group STOPP; Featured residents to speak at ASU-hosted screening WHAT: A free public screening of the new documentary film “RIGHT TO HARM” hosted… Read More

Press Release: Study Is First of Its Kind to Analyze U.S. Right-to-Farm Laws

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Study Is First of Its Kind to Analyze U.S. Right-to-Farm Laws AUBURN, AL—April 4, 2019—All 50 U.S. states have “right-to-farm” laws, but what or whom do they really protect? A recent study addresses this question… Read More

MEDIA ALERT: Right to Harm Midwest Premiere – March 27

RIGHT TO HARM, a riveting new film exposing the public health impacts of factory farming across the United States, premiered nationally at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in February. Illinois Citizens for Clean Air & Water (ICCAW),… Read More

PRESS RELEASE: IL Medical Professionals, Public Health Advocates Call to End Overuse of Antibiotics in Food Production

Approximately 70% of U.S. antibiotics are sold for industrial livestock & poultry production; CDC estimates 23,000 Americans die from resistant infections SPRINGFIELD, IL–– NOVEMBER 28, 2018––Medical professionals and public health advocates spoke in favor of legislation to stop… Read More

MEDIA ALERT: Springfield IL Hearing on Overuse of Antibiotics in Food Production

Public Health Advocates, Medical Professionals Call for End of Practice Linked to Rise in Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria WHAT:                                 The Illinois Senate Agriculture and Public Health Committees are scheduled to hold a subject matter hearing on SB3429 (Biss), legislation that would… Read More

MEDIA ALERT: Landmark Federal Court Trial on Hazardous Chemical Release Violations by Arizona’s Hickman Industrial Egg Operation

Resident testimony to highlight first-time federal case against unchecked industrial ag pollution WHAT — A public Federal court trial regarding violations of the Emergency Planning & Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA) by Hickman Egg Ranch denying Maricopa… Read More

SRAP Newsletter – August 2018

Savor Blue Skies and Summer’s End As summer winds down, we look forward to the changing of seasons and the new opportunities it brings our way. This summer SRAP remained busy helping empower communities to fight back against… Read More

SRAP’s Terry Spence Receives Missouri Clean Water Award

SRAP Interim Executive Director and longtime regional representative, Terry Spence, was honored by the Missouri Stream Team/Stream Teams United for his near quarter-century of volunteer advocacy and community work on behalf of clean waters for all Missourians. Spence… Read More