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Aug. 28, 2020: The Arts Lose $2.6 Billion In Pandemic; Putting Extra Garden Food To Use

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Pamela Talley inspects her backyard garden in Denver’s Clayton neighborhood for extra vegetables to donate to Fresh Food Connect on July 21, 2020.

Just how hard has the pandemic hit Colorado’s arts industry? Then, affordable housing is harder to find in Telluride because of COVID-19. Later, Fresh Food Connect sends the glut in your garden to hunger relief organizations. Finally, Fort Collins’ Logan Farmer works through climate anxiety on his new album.