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Photo: Feeding Pueblo Local (2020)

By Megan Moore

Pueblo Food Project has spent the last year making hunger relief a priority. Through the pandemic, like most communities, we were hit hard. Our Coordinator, Monique, put an emphasis on local food and hunger relief. PFP bought local food from Pueblo farms, ranchers, and every food business that we could connect with, which has helped stimulate the local economy and has given our community much needed fresh and good food. The event pictured was a drive-through neighborhood bash, which is a staple in our community (though different this year.) This year we were invited to contribute meals to families. That day we were able to provide over 300 families with meals. Some received turkeys, others received locally made tomales, and everyone received cookies from a local bakery, and a bag of potatoes. Over the past year we have been able to feed a couple thousand families and individuals in our community. By downloading this image, you agree to use the photo within the context that it was taken. You also agree to never use it for commercial purposes. The image always belongs to the original photographer and should be attributed to the photographer and Center for a Livable Future Food Policy Networks Photo Contest. Image credit: Megan Moore; CLF Food Policy Networks Photo Contest, 2020