Food insecurity in the U.S. is nothing new, but it has only been exacerbated by the pandemic. As food accessibility conditions shift and problems take on new proportions, communities continue to respond in new ways. Some have implemented matching programs at local farmers markets, others have installed community fridges for neighbors in need of groceries. Join us in this episode of Meat and Three as we explore how people are collaborating to combat food insecurity.
Further Reading and Listening:
Check out this map of community fridges in NYC.
Learn more about the Ridgewood Tenants Union.
To learn more about the Center for Regional Food Studies, check out their site.
Click here to learn more about the work of Berkeley Food Network.
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