Connecting consumers with today’s agriculture


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Photo submitted Bridget Day, right, of Claiborne County Farm Bureau Women presents a check to Lagonda Snow with Manna House.


Our Food Link is a year-round program that county Farm Bureaus can use to provide consumers of all ages and backgrounds with information about today’s agriculture. This includes helping people connect with sources of clothing, food, shelter, and energy in their communities. Activities range from outreach at supermarket’s or farmers’ markets to hosting interactive booths at community events, speaking with lawmakers and neighbors about food or visiting a classroom to help students understand agricultural topics.

To mark the occasion, the Claiborne County Farm Bureau has made a donation to support a local charity. Manna House provides food and other necessities to the people of Claiborne County. The presentation was made by Bridget Day, chairman of the Claiborne County Farm Bureau Women.

Photo submitted Bridget Day, right, of Claiborne County Farm Bureau Women presents a check to Lagonda Snow with Manna House.
http://claiborneprogress.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_20170209_065747.jpgPhoto submitted Bridget Day, right, of Claiborne County Farm Bureau Women presents a check to Lagonda Snow with Manna House.

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