Haliburton Echo- Published August 6, 2012
What we eat has a lot to do with what our parents ate; the choices we make, good or bad, often depend on what we’ve been exposed to in our youth.
For years, SIRCH Community Services has been helping local families make choices that include good, whole foods through its programs for parents and the Community Kitchen in Haliburton. With the addition of a $30,000 grant from the province, the organization will this year be able to provide much more.
“Part of the funding will go to exposing families to our local growers and farmers,” says Daniela Pagliaro, SIRCH’s new manager of community resilience programs.
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