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In Affluent Maryland County, Pandemic Exacerbates Food Insecurity

Since March, the number of people who lack a steady source of food has grown. In Montgomery County, a food assistance effort often runs out of prepared meals before it can feed everyone in need.

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The Coronavirus Crisis

In Affluent Maryland County, Pandemic Exacerbates Food Insecurity

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In Affluent Maryland County, Pandemic Exacerbates Food Insecurity

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Ja Nelle Pleasure relies on her garden for fresh fruits and vegetables. "Vegetables are expensive at the grocery store," she says. Dana Cronin/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

For One Food Insecure Family, The Pandemic Leaves 'No Wiggle Room'

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For One Food Insecure Family, The Pandemic Leaves 'No Wiggle Room'

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Each week, police in Lexington, Neb., cordon off several blocks near the edge of town, where roughly 700 cars will line up for USDA Farmers to Families food boxes. Above, volunteers organize boxes on Aug. 27, 2020. Christina Stella/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

In Rural Nebraska, Combating Hunger From The Pandemic Is A Community Effort

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In Rural Nebraska, Combating Hunger From The Pandemic Is A Community Effort

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