Programs: Gleaning, Gardens and Plant-a-Row
Gleaning: To gather left over grain, produce or fruit after harvest.
Gleaning in your community prevents food waste, and it also provides you and your family with healthier food choices. Join The Hunger Coalition Gleaning Groups, together we will harvest fruit and veggies for your family and local food banks.
If you would like to join us on our next gleaning adventure, we are currently seeking able-bodied people.
Contact Brianna Shrofe at 509-821-8040 or email@example.com.
We will glean for you!
Do you have more fruit trees than you can keep up with? Did you plant more than you can eat? Don’t let that food go to waste, we will glean for you! To set up an event contact our gleaning coordinator, Brianna Shrofe at 509-821-8040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can help feed the hungry families in your community, and earn tax deductions. Give us a call today to schedule your gleaning event!
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Community Gardens in Northeast Washington
Do you want to get more fresh vegetables in your diet and enjoy the outdoors? Consider joining a community garden. Many of these projects offer gardening tools and other resources to anyone who rents a plot.
Please use our interactive map to find and learn more about community gardens near you. Just click on the carrot icons for more information. If you know of a community garden that’s not on our map, please tell us about it at Brianna Shrofe at 509-821-8040 or email@example.com
Plant-A-Row… no produce left behind!
Join the fight against hunger in northeast Washington. Plant-A-Row is a national campaign to bring more fresh fruits and vegetables from home gardens into food pantries and soup kitchens. A few small seeds can make a big difference in the overall health of a community. Support your local food bank by growing and donating extra food from your own garden.
Success Stories from Plant-A-Row in Northeast Washington
One Garden, Three Tons of Produce
During her term as a Summer VISTA Associate (SVA) with Providence NEW Hunger Coalition in Colville, Donna Russell helped to harvest and donate nearly 2,800 pounds of produce for local food pantries…Read More
Backyard Bounty in Northeast Washington
Some people plant a row for the hungry. Dave and Ruth Bare of Spokane County planted a whole garden…Read More
National and Regional Plant-A-Row Resources
Learn how to start a Plant-A-Row campaign in your own community, better under the movement’s history, and see what’s going on nationally with this great resource from the Garden Writers Association.
Seven years of experience at 25 different Harvest Against Hunger sites are available in this valuable resource guide from Rotary First Harvest out of Seattle, WA.
The group that started the Grow A Row movement offers tips on everything from starting a garden to building a campaign in your own community with this invaluable online resource.