Culls / Harvested

Best practices to collect and distribute previously harvested produce, or "culls" that are usually unsaleable.

Culls / Harvested

Harvesting Produce in Colville

The large majority of donations from local growers was produce that was already harvested. At the height of the season the Harvest VISTA was receiving calls daily from growers that did not want their excess produce to go to waste.

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Gleaning and Culls in CSML

The availability of transportation and storage are integral to CSML’s gleaning success.

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Culls in Clark County

Warehouse staff help manage large produce donations from local farms with food bank owned trucks.

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Scheduled Cull Pick-ups

Ellensburg schedules cull pick-up with farmers on Monday or Tuesday after the weekend market

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Cull Gleaning

Big farms funded a large portion of culled produce for Thurston County.

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Culls for Community

This progressive program finds new ways to recovering unmarketable produce through systems of trucking and distribution...

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Walla Walla Pre-Picked Donations

Culls and already harvested donations can contribute significant to the about of produce an emergency food provider receives. This form of donation also creates alternative opportunities for volunteerism.

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