Episode 49. Battling Food Insecurity Near Detroit
In this episode, NCAT’s Daniel Prial has a conversation with Cary Junior of the Southeast Michigan Producers Association. SEMPA is a cooperative of black, rural farmers outside Detroit. Its focus is getting the cooperative’s produce into urban areas, especially areas with high food insecurity.
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