Local Food Hub’s Fresh Farmacy program cultivates a healthier community


Local Food Hub food access fellow Nathan Wells gets excited about sharing locally grown broccoli with people in the Charlottesville community through the Fresh Farmacy program. “Food is a cornerstone of health, friendship, culture and community. It brings people together around something we all share,” he says. Photo by Eze Amos

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