HOPE, farm team up to distribute produce

IN 2023 STAFF and volunteers at Little Village Acres farm helped harvest and process over 5,000 pounds of potatoes to distribute to residents and area food shelves. Here, Paul Ralston of Little Village Acres, left, exhibits a portion of the crop with Lilah Krugman and Lindsey Berk of the Addison County Relocalization Network and HOPE’s Anna Freund.   Photo courtesy of Anna Freund

Two local organizations are teaming up to tackle food security in Addison County and provide more residents with fresh, locally grown produce. 

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