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Inmates to Process Moose Meat for Charity

by Pat Coate | November 27, 2005

Anchorage, AK - Alaska inmates at a prison work farm are taking on a new assignment: butchering the meat of moose struck by trains each winter along 68 miles of track.

The meat will be processed by prisoners at the Point MacKenzie Correctional Farm, then distributed to soup kitchens and other charities serving the needy, under a joint effort by the state Department of Corrections, Alaska Railroad and Food Bank of Alaska.

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