Hunters Helping Out

Bidell, Ellen
October 2011
New York State Conservationist;Oct2011, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p34
The article features Bath, New York's Venison Donation Coalition, Inc. (VDC), a nonprofit organization that coordinates and funds venison processing and distribution to feed those in need throughout New York State. VDC, created by a group of hunters in 1999, is said to be supported by the Department of Environmental Conservation, food banks, and civic and religious organizations. It talks about VDC's mission to transform a renewable resource into nutritious food averaging 350,000 meals a year.


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