Pine River Shares aims to build a food-secure region

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Pine River Shares aims to build a food-secure region

Nonprofit encourages residents to produce 10 percent of their food
Susan Fischer, a volunteer with Pine River Shares, talks about vegetables to children in the Bayfield Early Education Program as another volunteer, Sara Grover, serves cauliflower. Hundreds of children go through Pine River Shares food-exploration classes in Bayfield and Ignacio. It helps them learn where their food comes from.
Pepper Scales, 3, chows down on some kiwifruit in her Bayfield Early Education Program class focused on food exploration. The six-week class teaches students about the benefits of fruits and vegetables.
Pine River Shares brought several different colors of cauliflower to a Bayfield Early Education Program class to teach students about healthful food. Cauliflower is good for your fingernails and hair, volunteer Susan Fischer told students.
Sara Grover, left, a volunteer with Pine River Shares, reads a book about berries to children in the Bayfield Early Education Program as Susan Fischer, another volunteer, offers support.

Pine River Shares aims to build a food-secure region

Susan Fischer, a volunteer with Pine River Shares, talks about vegetables to children in the Bayfield Early Education Program as another volunteer, Sara Grover, serves cauliflower. Hundreds of children go through Pine River Shares food-exploration classes in Bayfield and Ignacio. It helps them learn where their food comes from.
Pepper Scales, 3, chows down on some kiwifruit in her Bayfield Early Education Program class focused on food exploration. The six-week class teaches students about the benefits of fruits and vegetables.
Pine River Shares brought several different colors of cauliflower to a Bayfield Early Education Program class to teach students about healthful food. Cauliflower is good for your fingernails and hair, volunteer Susan Fischer told students.
Sara Grover, left, a volunteer with Pine River Shares, reads a book about berries to children in the Bayfield Early Education Program as Susan Fischer, another volunteer, offers support.
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