Health & Medicine

July 30, 2012 11:53 AM

Lexington church's produce program shares with those most in need

A community-supported agriculture program at Lexington's First Presbyterian Church, Fresh Stop provides members fresh produce weekly during the summer growing season. But 25 percent of the members pay a nominal amount because they live in a "food desert," where fresh food is hard to come by, and have lower incomes.

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