Brian Montecucco and Nina Diouf typically arrive at their jobs before the sun’s first rays appear. And though they live just 28 miles apart, they might as well be on different sides of the planet. Montecucco deploys the workers on his family farm on the Willamette River as Diouf stirs up the first of the 225 meals served each day at Sisters of the Road in Portland’s Old Town. Yet the two are linked by a sprawling statewide food chain designed and built by the Oregon Food Bank. With ...