Both mothers who live on low incomes and local community food programs struggle with ensuring families are adequately fed. In describing a new Peterborough study, researcher Mary Anne Martin explores several apparent mysteries: the gap between primary responsibility for feeding families and inadequate resources to do so; the contradiction between Peterborough’s vibrant network of community food programs and its high levels of food insecurity; and the importance of food programs not focusing on the food.
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