Salvation Army’s Produce for Pantries program fill foods pantry with healthy options

By Ross Leonhart

Editor’s note: This is the second part in a series of stories about the food system and sustainability in Eagle County. The first part focused on Vail Honeywagon’s plans for the first community compost center in the county and can be read online.EAGLE COUNTY — Growing your own food in the high country can be difficult, and attempting to grow in the winter can be daunting. The Vail Valley Salvation Army’s Mountain Harvest Coalition realized this and, in response, constructed a greenhouse to grow food year-round to help fill its food pantry for those in need 12 months out of …

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