Webinar: Greenwashing and Factory Farm Biogas in Delaware

When: Thursday, January 28th, 7 PM ET Where: Online via Zoom Click here to register and read about speakers Biogas is dirty energy, composed mainly of methane—a potent greenhouse gas. Burning biogas releases toxic chemicals that significantly contaminate… Read More

Danielle Diamond & Her Team Present on Right-to-Farm Laws

Danielle Diamond, Senior Director of Research and Resources at SRAP, and her research team recently presented at Yale’s Big Ag & Antitrust conference. Danielle and her team explored how right-to-farm laws across the nation exacerbate injustices in rural… Read More

Socially Responsible Agriculture Project (SRAP) Adds Two New Team Members

SRAP is pleased to welcome Ankush Sachdeva as its Communications, PR and Media Manager, and Donald Hutchinson as a Socially Responsible Food & Farm Network Coordinator. Sachdeva joins the team with a unique combination of communications and pasture-based… Read More

Take Action: Tell FTC to Stop Cargill’s Food Label Fraud

Press Release: Trading Pollution: Wisconsin industrial dairies with documented regulatory compliance problems benefit from California greenhouse gas cap-and-trade program 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sherri Dugger Executive Director Socially Responsible Agricultural Project (317) 371-2970; sherrid@sraproject.org August 2020 Trading Pollution: Wisconsin industrial dairies with documented regulatory compliance problems benefit from California greenhouse gas cap-and-trade program  Golden, CO – Recent research by… Read More

Press Release: Community Coalition Pushes Illinois EPA to Control Industrial Livestock Pollution

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Danielle Diamond (815) 403-0278 danielled@sraproject.org Karen Hudson (309) 308-8846 karenh@sraproject.org August 2020 Community Coalition Pushes Illinois EPA to Control Industrial Livestock Pollution Illinois—Due to the state’s weak regulation and enforcement of the robust and… Read More

Press Release: Study suggests nitrate contamination of water, often a result of intensive agricultural production, has negative impacts on health of surrounding communities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Maria Payan Socially Responsible Agricultural Project mariap@sraproject.org or (717) 826-7286 Dr. Sacoby Wilson University of Maryland School of Public Health swilson2@umd.edu Aug. 19, 2020 Study suggests nitrate contamination of water, often a result… Read More

Beyond Factory Farming: Frank Reese

Welcome to our new series, Beyond Factory Farming, where we celebrate regenerative farmers throughout the U.S. who are working to build sustainable and local food systems. BIRDS OF A FEATHER At 71 years old, Frank Reese has seen… Read More

A Time to Say Farewell … and to Reflect

This past week, the SRAP team bid a bittersweet farewell to former Executive Director Terry Spence, as he closed out his last days with the team to begin a much-deserved retirement with his wife, Linda, on their Missouri… Read More

SRAP’s COVID-19 Response

In order to protect our staff and community partners from the public health threat posed by COVID-19, we have temporarily closed SRAP’s Colorado office and suspended all travel and in-person meetings. However, our staff members are continuing to… Read More