Plant A Row for the Hungry, make a difference

With warmer weather in the forecast, the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle is inviting North Carolina backyard gardeners to plant an extra row of vegetables for the hungry this summer.

Jill Staton Bullard, co-founder of the Food Shuttle, talks about how this successful program got its start and the changing face of hunger in our community.

For a preview of her radio interview with Chris Fitzsimon, please click below:

Special thanks to Food Shuttle volunteer photographer Graham Bruns for pictures from the Mayview Community Garden.

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