Most of are familiar with programs that help feed the hungry. One of my local favorites is the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, an innovation, holistic approach to rescuing food and empowering people. For more about them, check out my ride with them.
New York City, however, is taking another approach. According to the New York Times, the city’s Department of Environmental Protection will be taking the geese that hover around the airport and threaten flight safety…and send them to feed the hungry in Pennsylania.
In response to protests about airport geese being dumped in landfills last year, the city will process and prepare these birds for consumption. Now that is a goose of an idea.
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