Farm to Food Pantry Program Receives Seed Money For Next Season - 27 East

Farm to Food Pantry Program Receives Seed Money For Next Season

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All For The East End and the Long Island Community Foundation announced another round of grand funding for the farm to food pantry program that sees a collaboration between Peconic Land trust's Quail Hill Farm and the Bridgehampton Childcare Center. Pictured, from the first award last summer are, Foreground: Bonnie Cannon-Executive Director  BHCCC and  Layton Guenther, Director Quail Hill Farm. Background - Left to right Suzanne Wolfson, AFTEE Grant Committee Dave Okorn, Executive Director, LICF Claudia Pilato, AFTEE Board President Michael Daly, AFTEE Board Member Alison Delaney, Development Officer Peconic Land Trust Pam Greene, Senior VP Peconic Land Trust

All For The East End and the Long Island Community Foundation announced another round of grand funding for the farm to food pantry program that sees a collaboration between Peconic Land trust's Quail Hill Farm and the Bridgehampton Childcare Center. Pictured, from the first award last summer are, Foreground: Bonnie Cannon-Executive Director  BHCCC and  Layton Guenther, Director Quail Hill Farm. Background - Left to right Suzanne Wolfson, AFTEE Grant Committee Dave Okorn, Executive Director, LICF Claudia Pilato, AFTEE Board President Michael Daly, AFTEE Board Member Alison Delaney, Development Officer Peconic Land Trust Pam Greene, Senior VP Peconic Land Trust

Produce ready for distribution at the Bridgehampton Childcare Center

Produce ready for distribution at the Bridgehampton Childcare Center

authorKitty Merrill on Mar 2, 2021
The pilot program that paired Quail Hill Farm with the food pantry at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center worked so well last year that, thanks to a grant... more

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