July 27, 2011
Salem Harvest featured in LifeSource Natural Foods newsletter
Salem Harvest was highlighted recently in the LifeSource Natural Foods monthly newsletter. The article, written by Roxanne Magnuson, gives a detailed overview of Salem Harvest's mission to alleviate hunger.
by Roxanne Magnuson
Salem Harvest is a local group dedicated to connecting people in our community with fresh produce that would otherwise go to waste. The intentions are to alleviate hunger, build community and to promote sustainable lifestyles. I had the opportunity to speak with Lisa Clark-Burnell, Project Manager, about their upcoming harvest season, their past year and their organization. Here at LifeSource we strongly encourage fostering the connection between those who grow food and those who eat food. This group does a wonderful job of just that and we think it a worthy story to tell. [Read More]
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