This past week the North Sevier area was fortunate to again be recipients of donated food boxes for local families through Farmers Feeding Utah.
The program connects Utahns in need with safe and locally-grown food. 100 percent of donations go to purchasing, processing and distributing locally sourced food to families in need.
In both the good and hard times, Utah Farmers have been passionate about feeding people. While the pandemic-born supply chain issues that inspired them to connect Utahns in need with safe and locally-grown food have somewhat alleviated, the fact remains: thousands of hungry Utahns still need help. Rather than calling it a day, donors, farmers and volunteers remain dedicated to alleviating hunger.
Farmers Feeding Utah is a Miracle of Agriculture, a ( 501(c)(3) organization, project that was started by the Utah Farm Bureau
“The mission of the Utah Farm Bureau is to inspire all Utah families to connect, succeed, and grow through the ‘Miracle of Agriculture’, and that’s what we’re hoping to do today. We’re encouraging all Utahns to help grow a miracle by donating to the ‘Farmers Feeding Utah’ campaign, so we can keep our state’s farm and ranch families producing the local food we all need, and also feed the growing number of families in need.” Ron Gibson, Utah Farm Bureau Federation President
For more information visit their website at farmersfeedingutah.com