This is my story. My name is Dan Bosley and I am the pharmacist and owner of Keeseville Pharmacy. For the past 18 years, I
In an effort to increase healthy cooking education and local agricultural awareness, AdkAction and Essex County Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) teamed up to present
Food from small-scale family farms is often more expensive than food at chain grocery stores, putting it out of reach for many Adirondack families. It is also more sustainable, ethical, and better for our local economy. We are working towards a future in which Adirondack farmers can feed the region and local families can afford to buy local food by providing a 30% discount on farm fresh products for qualifying families.
The general public can now order an evolved version of the Emergency Food Packages on The Hub on the Hill’s website. What was an Emergency
Thanks to the generosity of foundation funders Adirondack Foundation and Mother Cabrini Health Foundation and hundreds of individual donors, we delivered over 2,300 Emergency Food Packages (about 35,500 meals) to local households in need, with 2,000 more on the way before October. What happens next?
AdkAction and partners have been awarded $225,000 to continue the Emergency Food Packages project. With generous support from Adirondack Foundation, Mother Cabrini Health Foundation, and New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth), the Emergency Food Packages Project will continue to provide healthy, locally grown food to low-income and vulnerable Adirondack residents as the pandemic continues to diminish food access.
School summer meal programs: with food insecurity on the rise, how will Adirondack students get food this summer?
Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, food service and transportation staff have been critical to school children maintaining access to the same types of meals they were
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