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curiousKC | Shape Our Coverage About Food Access and Security

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Above image credit: What conversations are missing about food security, access and economy in Kansas City? Shape our coverage through curiousKC. (Adobe)

During the COVID-19 pandemic, rates of food insecurity rose in the Kansas City area. 

Such studies suggest that existing disparities widened when the public health crisis upended the structures put in place to help. So, throughout the month of December, Flatland’s team will focus on food insecurity, access and other food-related issues.

We want to hear from you. What’s missing from the conversation? What questions do you think could be investigated about the food economy, waste and access that have either been forgotten or overlooked? 

Your voice is important and welcome. That is what curiousKC is for – to consider what our community is wondering about and try to find the answers. Write to us below. 

Send tips to our rural affairs reporter Cami Koons at ckoons@flatlandkc.org and follow her on Twitter @koons_cami

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