We have all seen it. The long lines at the local Salvation Army during commodity distribution day, people waiting outside the homeless shelter in the evenings, and the holiday- timed food drives.
These are all signs of the hunger crisis in San Miguel County. Just imagine living a life in which you don’t know where your next meal will come from or whether it will come at all. For roughly 4,730 people or 16.2 percent of people in San Miguel County, hunger is their reality, according to the Food Depot.