SRAP informs the public about the negative effects of industrial livestock operations--also known as factory farms or concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs)--while providing direct assistance to communities impacted by this destructive industry. Through education, advocacy, and community organizing, SRAP empowers people to protect public health, environmental quality, and local economies from the damaging impacts of factory farms, and to advocate for a socially responsible food future.
What We Do
SRAP provides free assistance to communities threatened by industrial livestock operations. Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is reflected in the communities we serve, many of which face social and racial injustices. We value individuality, and lean on unique and varied perspectives to empower communities to stand up to the abuses of factory farms while advocating for a socially responsible food future.