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AdkVoices Episode 3: Food Security in the Adirondacks

2022 Tom Boothe Adirondack Intern Colby Fortin spent most of her summer organizing youth art activities at the Keeseville Community Arts Festival and working with AdkAction’s food security programs. During this time, she also created a series of three podcast episodes to document some of the topics AdkAction addresses.

In this third and final episode, Colby explores food access in the Adirondacks by talking to our in-house experts at AdkAction about our current Fair Food and Fair Share programs and two of our community partners.

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AdkAction Executive Director Sawyer Cresap sat down with Colby to “interview the interviewer” on her experiences this summer. Read their interview here to learn more about the person behind the microphone.

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