Hungry Heartland: The Cuba Story

dc.contributor.authorBresser, Jack
dc.contributor.authorSchippers, Desiree
dc.contributor.authorYu, Han
dc.contributor.authorJoglekar, Shreepad
dc.contributor.authorHallaq, Tom G.
dc.description.abstractMost of the 150 or so residents of Cuba, Kansas are above the age of 60. Citizens grow their own vegetables in home gardens and share the surplus with their neighbors. The Cuba Cash Store is a central gathering place and the lifeblood of the community. Closing down the store means closing down the town. This story is told through the voices of the townsfolk.
dc.publisherKansas State University
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dc.subjectfood deserts
dc.subjectrural communities
dc.subjectsenior communities
dc.titleHungry Heartland: The Cuba Story


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