SRAP Network News Podcast

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Summary

Graham Christensen from GC Resolve joins us to talk about the latest initiative he co-founded called PREP (Pandemic Research for the People) Rural. And, because we're us, we also chat about the merits of regenerative agriculture, the needed transformation of our food system, access to land for young farmers, and more.

"What we see now is a mockery of humanity. It’s not acceptable. This is a humanitarian issue (what’s going on in the meatpacking plants), and I hope everybody that tunes into this starts to pay really close attention." -- Graham Christensen, GC Resolve, Nebraska Farmers Union board member and co-founder of PREP Rural.

Show Notes

Graham Christensen from GC Resolve joins us to talk about the latest initiative he co-founded, called PREP (Pandemic Research for the People) Rural. And, because we're us, we also chat about the merits of regenerative agriculture, the needed transformation of our food system, access to land for young farmers, and more. 

"What we see now is a mockery of humanity. It’s not acceptable. This is a humanitarian issue (what’s going on in the meatpacking plants), and I hope everybody that tunes into this starts to pay really close attention." -- Graham Christensen, GC Resolve, Nebraska Farmers Union board member and co-founder of PREP Rural. To connect with Graham, visit gcresolve.com. 

What is SRAP Network News Podcast?

Welcome to the SRAP Network News Podcast with your hosts Sherri and Randy Dugger. Coming at you from Dugger Family Farm in Morristown, Indiana, we will be talking about regenerative agriculture, local food systems, social and environmental justice, public health, and everything in between, including the many mobilizing efforts that Socially Responsible Agricultural Project takes on to empower communities opposing industrial agriculture throughout the U.S. Thanks for listening and a big shout out to the Shelby County Sinners for the use of their song, Whole Damn World’s Gone Crazy for our podcast, which we happen to think is appropriate for these crazy times.