Food banks and farmers: a local partnership

By Tyson Leonard
Belleville -When people think of the local-food movement, images of farmers’ markets, artisan cheese and heirloom organic produce often come to mind.
But Louise Livingstone of Harvest Hastings, a group that supports and promotes agriculture in Hastings County, says the movement is about more than what’s on the menus of fancy restaurants.
 
 

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