(WNY News Now) – Josh Larsen, a local business owner and television show host, is teaming up with Primitive Patriot Outdoors to tackle hunger in Jamestown through a deer hunting initiative in Rhode Island.
Jamestown – Josh Larsen, owner of Primitive Patriot Outdoors, is using his expertise and resources to address the issue of hunger in the local community. In a cooperative effort with St. Susan’s Soup Kitchen, Larsen’s company is embarking on a hunting trip to Rhode Island with the goal of bagging a substantial amount of deer meat to support those in need in Jamestown.
The hunt itself presents a unique opportunity to acquire hundreds of pounds of fresh meat, which will be a valuable resource for the most vulnerable members of the community. However, the initiative faces financial challenges. Mr. Larsen has revealed that the mission requires nearly $10,000 to cover various expenses, including transportation, tags, guide fees, and processing costs.
The process involves deboning the meat in Rhode Island and transporting it to a local processor for further preparation, including the creation of different cuts, sausages, and other selections. These expenses are significant hurdles that Larsen and his team hope to overcome with the support of the local community.
As winter approaches and temperatures drop, the need for hot meals among the less fortunate is expected to rise. The efforts of Josh Larsen and Primitive Patriot Outdoors to provide fresh, locally sourced meat to St. Susan’s Soup Kitchen demonstrate a commendable commitment to addressing hunger in the community.
By joining forces with local residents and businesses, Larsen aims to make a meaningful impact in the fight against hunger, ensuring that those in Jamestown have access to nourishing meals during the colder months ahead.