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Crossroads Community Food Network uses Farm Bill funding- including the Local Food Promotion Program, Community Food Projects, and Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentives Program- to build accessible markets and serve low-income food entrepreneurs in Maryland. Christie Balch, Crossroads Community Food Network’s Executive Director, answers questions about the organization, and business owner Nancia Sical shares her experience of using the community kitchen that was made possible by these Farm Bill programs.
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