Learning Log

Work underway to beautify Colorado smelter superfund site

 

Groups in Pueblo are working to improve the area around the Colorado smelter superfund site Watch the TV News Story HERE

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Pueblo Youth Food Council Blog #2

 

By Anjel Garcia At the Pueblo Care and Share food warehouse I learned that a lot has changed ever since the pandemic hit the country. Their staff adapted very well to the new regulations set in place for the food industry. I got to see firsthand the process of packaging the foods and distributing them shown by their manager Roger. I also […]

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Pueblo Youth Food Council Makes Fruit Baskets for Elementary Students for Valentine's Day

 

Please use the link to watch the awesome video covering our Youth Council's volunteer opportunity. https://www.chieftain.com/story/news/2021/02/11/pueblo-youth-food-council-providing-500-fruit-baskets-elementary-schools/6713111002/   The Pueblo Youth Food Council put together 500 fruit baskets Wednesday that will be distributed to elementary students for Valentine's Day. The organization consists of high school students and is a part of the Pueblo Food Project. They're distributing the baskets to […]

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Pueblo Food Youth Council Blog #1

 

This past week, the Pueblo Foodacutes got the chance to meet some very special business owners and experience what it is like to be a part of starting a business in the food industry. We started the day by visiting Musso’s, a family-owned restaurant that serves authentic and might I add, delicious, Italian food. The […]

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Pueblo Food Project, A Year in Review

 

The Pueblo Food Project has had a busy and exciting year of trials, accomplishments, and growth. We were able to provide meals to families, homeless, and many in need. We helped get local food and product to our community. We persevered, like many others, through the pandemic and are very thankful for another year of […]

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Pueblo health department offers healthy food bags for New Year's food drive

 

Alexis Smith The Pueblo Chieftain Editor’s note: The Pueblo Chieftain is able to provide exclusive local news thanks in part to the support of its subscribers. Now through Jan. 4, new subscribers can receive a year of news from the Chieftain for as little as $39. Support local news today at Chieftain.com/subscribe now. A food drive to […]

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Family farm supplying meat for Pueblo's Food Project

 

Photo by: Natalie Chuck One local family farm is supplying all of the beef in the Pueblo Food Project holiday meal kits. By: Natalie Chuck Posted at 6:53 PM, Nov 27, 2020 and last updated 7:03 PM, Nov 27, 2020 PUEBLO — There's something special in knowing exactly where your food comes from, especially when it comes from […]

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Pueblo working to provide meals to combat hunger throughout holidays

 

  Photo by: Pueblo Food Project Pueblo is helping aid the hungry this holiday season. The Pueblo Food Project will be delivering over 5,000 meals in the next 6 weeks to those in need. By: Natalie Chuck Posted at 8:02 PM, Nov 24, 2020 and last updated 6:21 AM, Nov 25, 2020 PUEBLO — Pueblo is helping the […]

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Pueblo’s Food Project awarded $200k Grant to Bring Fresh, Healthy and Local Food to all Puebloans

 

PUEBLO – Pueblo Food Project was awarded a $200,000gr ant to bring fresh, healthy, and local food to every Puebloan’s table by the Colorado Health Foundation. The grant will help Pueblo Food Project, a community-led coalition, to implement its core mission of building a more equitable and sustainable food system in Pueblo County. “We are […]

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Using CARES Act funds to show the homeless Pueblo cares

 

The start of the benevolence was a table full of sliced peaches, which gave way to copious caches of canned ravioli, trail mix and fig bars, fruit snacks, tuna and popcorn. The end point, at least in this spacious room inside the Pueblo Convention Center, was a pickup truck bed full of well packed brown paper sacks. The […]

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