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Roger Allison on the Missouri Rural Crisis Center

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Roger Allison and Rhonda Perry raise cattle and grain on his farm in rural Missouri. He is also the founder and Executive Director of the Missouri Rural Crisis Center and Patchwork Family Farms. The Missouri Rural Crisis Center (MRCC) is a statewide farm and rural membership organization founded in 1985 with over 5600 member families. Their mission is to preserve family farms, promote stewardship of the land and environmental integrity and strive for economic and social justice by building unity and mutual understanding among diverse groups, both rural and urban. Their innovative approach to family farm organizing includes challenging corporate control of the food supply, creating sustainable alternatives to the current farm and food system, and generating community participation to create a just, democratic society based on equity and fairness for all people.

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