The Farm to Food Bank Program is an innovative and cooperative effort between farmers, volunteers, and the Maryland Food Bank which helps get nutritious produce into the hands of food-insecure Marylanders. Amy Cawley, who runs the program will blog regularly through the growing season, giving you an insider’s view of how we get fresh produce from farm to food bank.
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The movement against hunger in Maryland has gained momentum over the last several years, and the Maryland Food Bank has been humbled by the compassion and commitment displayed by a diverse group of individual supporters, public representatives, leaders in the private sector, and community partners. Bob Arnold’s story provides a unique snapshot of how Maryland farmers play a vital role in this movement.
Though months have passed since Farm to Food Bank Program Coordinator Amy Cawley gleaned the last of the harvest season’s turnips, kale, collard greens, and cabbage from our farm partners’ fields, her work has not ended.
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