July 28, 2020

Local Food Accessibility & Its Role in Climate and Social Justice

HMM producer Anna Steltenkamp speaks with Amy Klein who is the Chief Executive Officer of Capital Roots, an organization that works to reduce the impact of poor nutrition on public health in New York’s Capital Region.

In this segment, Amy speaks about the importance of local food accessibility and its role in climate and social justice. She discusses the positive impacts of community gardens, Capital Roots’ initiatives, and how to get involved in the effort to promote food justice within your own local community.

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