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Tips on what information you need from food pantries and community agencies as you partner with them to distribute your gleaned produce.
Some great tips from SoSA GA
Suggestions for how to find, manage, and maintain partnerships with community agencies who distribute emergency food.
Good record keeping is critical to long-term success of any gleaning program.
Take advantage of your community! WWCH partnered with two religious institutions to establish fresh produce donation bins at each location.
Why start a seed library in your community? Click to learn about all the potential opportunities!
You can find economical harvesting tools anywhere with a little creativity and resourcefulness!
Talk straight, build trust, follow through with your word, do what works for the farm as done successfully in Skagit Valley
There are a variety of tools that are helpful when gleaning. Learn. how to create your own and what tools you might want to purchase
The 211 on coordinating a gleaning event! What everyone should know
Always check with the farmer or gardener to determine if crops are to be picked selectively or harvested completely. Also, ask if there’s a preferred harvesting technique. Learn about how to harvest certain crops here.
What to ask growers, how to organize volunteers, how to move produce, how to best record volunteerism & food transactions, and everything in between!