When Monte Reichenberg first learned that the town of Moorcroft, Wyoming, didn’t have an emergency plan in place to access and distribute food should there be a natural disaster or other such event, he felt called to address the issue, just as seven years earlier he’d been called to move
When most of us think of a home-cooked meal, the image that comes to mind is one of a familiar recipe made with specific ingredients that nourishes both body and heart. In order to provide more meals that satisfy in that same way, last year Food Bank of the Rockies
Bringing Chokecherries to the Food Desert: The Culturally Responsive Food Initiative Responds with Collaboration
As the 10th largest and least populated state in the nation, Wyoming is a land of striking landscapes, scattered communities, and high rates of food insecurity. The latter is particularly true for the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho people living on the Wind River Indian Reservation. The reservation stretches across
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