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People of SU
May 5, 2020
A story in the South Seattle Emerald explains how an effort to respond to uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic was made to ensure food banks have what they need during the coming months. It also keeps much-needed income flowing to the Northwest’s small farms. The program, funded by PCC Community Markets and run cooperatively by PCC and Seattle Neighborhood Farmers Markets, matches local farmers who have a surplus of produce with food banks in search of specific items.
Seattle U graduate student Samantha Kielty, '20, programs manager at Seattle Neighborhood Farmers Markets, was among the facilitators and is quoted in the story.
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