Island Grown Initiative Partners with MVBGC to Provide Lunch During Summer 2017

It’s the season of local berries, dairy, meat, fish, and vegetables, found in abundance at roadside stands, farmers’ and fish markets, even the grocery store. All of which makes it seem unlikely that any Island child would go to bed hungry and without access to healthy, locally sourced food.

Click the link below to read the entire article in Martha’s Vineyard magazine (August 1, 2017)

Good Work, Well Done: Sharing the Bounty

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