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The Keeseville Farmacy Project by ADK Action

👉"AdkAction's insightful plan and resources plus my pharmacy's physical space and staff have added up to more than a sum of parts. We have created a project that squarely addresses food injustice and bridges the health gap between medication and behavior change." -Dan Bosley🙏AdkAction provided the equipment, technical support, marketing, promotion, inspiration, and insight into the issues our communities are facing. I have provided the retail space, staff time for day-to-day operations, and an open mind. Together, we have been able to learn how to make high-quality food available to anyone who wants it. We have hosted cooking classes to demonstrate how to cook from scratch on a fixed budget. Our "Double up Food Bucks" program which matches, dollar-for-dollar up to $10 per day all qualified SNAP (food stamp) purchases with credit for FREE LOCAL FRUITS AND VEGETABLES! 🍏🥔🍆Learn More Here >>> https://buff.ly/38ZruhA#adkaction #farmacy #keesevillefarmacy #keesevillepharmacy #keeseville #keesevilleny #farmtotable #winterfarmersmarket #farmersmarket #adkharvest #farms #foodoasis

Posted by Keeseville Pharmacy on Tuesday, February 25, 2020

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