Category Archives: gleaning

Gleaning with Seacoast Eat Local!

Through a new grant from NH Farm to School, Seacoast Eat Local will be coordinating gleaning projects in the Seacoast region! Through this work we aim to make a critical connection between local farms, gardeners, and other producers, and the many food pantry’s in our area. Gleaning is an ancient practice of gathering post-harvest fruits […]

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UMaine Seeking Home Gardeners for Harvest for Hunger Program

The University of Maine Cooperative Extension’s Maine Harvest for Hunger program is looking for gardeners willing to plant an extra row of fruit and/or vegetables this year to donate to local soup kitchens and food pantries. Produce most needed by the program includes fruit of all types, carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, winter squash, onions and potatoes. […]

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Gleaning at Wake Robin Farm, Tuesday 12/4, Volunteers needed!

NH Farm to School is helping organize gleaning at Wake Robin Farm this coming Tuesday: “Wake Robin Farm in Stratham has an abundance of turnips this year and is interested in having gleaners come to harvest them. I have made arrangements to go to the farm next Tuesday morning to harvest and then deliver the […]

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Gleaning with NH Farm to School

In collaboration with NOFA-NH, NH Farm to School is organizing several gleaning programs around New Hampshire: Gleaning! Gleaning: “to recover or gather produce from a farmer’s field that has been left behind from commercial harvesting methods or not picked because it is not perfect.” The food is completely edible and usually left to rot or be put […]

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