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39762
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MANNA FoodBank services over a dozen North Carolina counties, distributes food to over 200 organizations, and feeds more than 100,000 people each year. Making this non-profit’s vast difference possible include volunteers from The Community Table in Sylva and food from donors such as Henderson County’s Flavor 1st Growers and Packers.
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40693
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A community project that has been around for decades, albeit under different names like Victory Garden, is being rethought in terms of location. Community gardens, a project commonly associated with urban areas, may find a new home in rural areas. Organizations like North Carolina Community Partners and Rural Advancement Foundation International are working together to educate rural communities about the benefits of community gardens.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 50 Issue 3, March 2018, p22-24
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41189
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Farmers and The Society of St. Andrew are addressing food insecurity and nutritional quality by an age old practice. Courtesy of gleaning, their 2018 harvests include over 600 feeding programs and 4 million pounds of food for low income citizens across the state.
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41272
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Profiled are facilities asserting the increasing problem with food insecurity in the United States and that college students are among this population. Examples include Murfreesboro’s Mobile Food Bank, which serves Hertford County citizens. Students at Chowan University can seek assistance with food, along with hygiene and laundry items, on campus through the Just in Time Pantry.