Here in Michigan, 45 different crops are harvested by hand, largely by migrant and seasonal farm workers. Grand Rapids-based Migrant Legal Aid
has initiated the Fair Food Project
to make sure the foods that end up on our plates are free from exploitation. Learn how grocers and restaurants are supporting this effort.
This video is part of “Michigan Good Food Stories” a series that explores access, equity, and sustainability in Michigan’s thriving food economy. This work is made possible by Michigan Good Food and is supported by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Read more in this series.
Video by Reel Clever Films.
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