Roman Grynyshyn brought delegations of Ukrainian farmers to the United States more than a dozen times. Grynyshyn is in North Dakota again, but with a different objective, generating awareness about the war and its impact on agriculture in his home country. “We will definitely win (the war), the question is how soon and how high will be the price?” In an interview with the Red River Farm Network, Grynyshyn describes how farms are being devastated by the war. Infrastructure will need to be rebuilt, but rural areas will likely be last in line to receive help. “Therefore, our mission here with World to Rebuild Rural Ukraine is to help these people return to their farms and rebuild their homes and help them purchase the smallest piece of equipment to replace what got burned or destroyed by the Russian so they can at least grow some crops to feed their families.” Grynyshyn hosts a bi-weekly online event to share the latest information about Ukraine and the agriculture situation.