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Socially Responsible Agricultural Project

Socially Responsible Agricultural Project

The Socially Responsible Agricultural Project (SRAP) takes on animal factories. SRAP works throughout the U.S. helping communities protect themselves from the negative impacts of factory farms. SRAP assists family farmers, ranchers, and rural citizens with the help and tools needed to create, develop and sustain farming alternatives to industrial agriculture. On their site you will find resources to help you organize against a factory farm and ways to connect to other environmental groups that support the work of SRAP. SRAP also provide quick facts, reading materials, and reports to support work against CAFOS, factory farms, and harmful or controversial farming practices and to promote better farming alternatives.

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