Hook and Hunting: Hunters Fight Against Hunger

Hunters have the opportunity to help stop hunger in their communities this holiday season. Michigan sportsmen against hunger is partnering up with meat processors around the state to help fill local food pantries. The group says this year has already been a record-breaking year, projected to bring in more than 58,000 pounds of venison along with $100,000.

Carson Village Market in Montcalm County is just one of the participating processors. “I just think that each year there’s more and more people talking about, a lot of people really don’t know about, but we’re on course, we’re already above last year’s numbers actually,” says store director Adam Eller. “It all goes to a good use place, it can make you feel good and I don’t know what some people otherwise would do if they didn’t have this avenue.”

To find a participating processor near you, check out the Michigan Sportsmen Against Hunger list.

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