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Morgan Earle

[/mk_fancy_title][vc_column_text margin_bottom=”5″]Morgan’s work as Program Coordinator focuses on our Double Up Food Bucks program as well as new initiatives taking advantage of her youth development and food entrepreneurship experience. She worked in food for more than 10 years and most recently created a food entrepreneurship program at Queens Library. She also brings experience in program and workforce development serving young people at The Door – A Center of Alternatives.

She grew up in a one-room schoolhouse in Bliss, Michigan. Her hippie parents were intensely involved in the natural food scene, grew their own vegetables and participated in local food co-ops. Morgan has long been interested in food justice issues and is thrilled to be starting a new chapter in Buffalo after spending the last 10 years in New York City.

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