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New food security project starting up in Wrangell

 

Caleb Vierkant/ Wrangell Sentinel

Kassee Schlotzhauer, organizer behind one of Wrangell's newest food security programs.

"Concern" is a common theme in the COVID-19 pandemic. People are concerned about their health, their jobs, getting their kids back into school, and the economic prospects of their community, among other things. Wrangell resident Kassee Schlotzhauer wants to help ensure that getting enough to eat is not one such concern, through Wrangell's Subsistence Giving Project.

"My family and me, we like to subsistence hunt, fish, gather for our family for the winters," she said. "This last year I started dabbling in proxying for people. Pretty much, proxy hunting is people that can't get out and do it...



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