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Food shelf, farm team up to grow produce

VOLUNTEERS AT BRISTOL’S Have a Heart Food Shelf package bags of canned goods, local meat products and other food items to distribute to individuals in the 5-town area last year. The food shelf plans to collaborate with Monkton farm New Leaf Organics to grow fresh produce to include in the food shelf’s offerings next winter.  Photo by Lily Hinrichsen

Bristol’s Have a Heart Food Shelf is teaming up with New Leaf Organics to provide individuals in the 5-town area with more locally grown produce. 

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