Margaret Krome-Lukens

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Margaret is a Senior Program Manager and chair of the Policy Team at RAFI-USA, working to connect the experiences of farmers and community stakeholders to policy solutions. Prior to joining RAFI-USA, she worked as a farm hand and manager on farms in the Triangle, and ran the SNAP/EBT program at the Carrboro Farmers’ Market. She holds a B.A. in International Studies from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College. Margaret is an impulse-buyer of flowering plants, Aikido nerd, mama to one of the world’s exceptional dogs, and a nap enthusiast.

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RAFI-USA Policy Priorities for 2021

Learn about RAFI-USA’s 2021 policy priorities. For today’s #TakeActionTuesday, please make sure you are signed up to receive Action Alerts. Our easy-to-use platform allows you to contact your legislators on matters of importance to farmers and farm communities.

Political Violence, Community Safety, and Faith Leadership

With the 2020 election nearing, the U.S. is in danger of experiencing political violence, which is sadly nothing new for our country. In this blog, we discuss how faith leaders and communities can work together to take concrete, proactive steps to both prevent and if necessary respond, to political violence.