Tri-County Health Network care coordinator manager Amy Rowan wrote an article Saturday listing as many local food resources in Montrose as she could. This type of service-oriented information fits right in with NABUR's mission, so I figured I'd share here too. The list includes everything from school lunch programs, to food banks, to farmers' market programs and gardening start-up assistance. 

If you have any food resources that are not listed to add, throw them in the comments below. Also, let me know if you're interested in more resource information like this going forward. I've compiled a group with some volunteer opportunities already, but I'd love to know if there are other informational gaps that I could help with.