In his longtime work to alleviate poverty and hunger, St. John’s Bread & Life Executive Director Anthony Butler helps connect individuals with local resources from their surrounding foodshed. This could mean handing out live pigs and firewood to those in need, as he did in more rural North Carolina in the 1980s, or connecting underserved Brooklyn residents with farm-fresh greens. On episode 2 of Feast Yr Ears, with host Harry Rosenblum, Anthony reflects on how urban food access is shifting towards more sustainable options.
Listen to the full episode here.

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