US (AB): Huntsville's Good Food Co-op grows $138K grant into nutrient-rich food

Huntsville’s Good Food Co-operative has introduced a new community project to combat food insecurity and provide access to fresh, local produce year-round. Kelli Ebbs, general manager, explained the benefits and how community members can get involved.

The co-op received a $138,600 Resilient Communities Fund grant over 12 months. On May 12, MPP Graydon Smith, Huntsville Mayor Nancy Alcock, and community members met to celebrate and tour the facility.

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