Best practices for collecting and distributing rescued produce from a farmers market.
See how SoSA GA salvages food
Seven key elements of market recovery
SoSA MS offers suggestions on how to recover produce
Farmer's Market Recovery in Fairfax County.
In 2017 SETP expanded its produce recovery efforts to include the local farmer's market.
Farmer’s markets are an ideal place from which to glean and if you visit often you’ll soon become a familiar face to the vendors and the Market Manager.
The farmer's market recovery program in Clallam County.
An innovative pilot project recovering produce from the county fair.
Tips on establishing a farmer's market recovery.
Tips for coordinating a new market recovery.
Learn about Northwest Harvest's booth at the Yakima Farmers' Market!
Farmers market produce gathering is a relatively easy way to glean excess produce while also working to engage the broader community in conversations about hunger in the area. In addition to asking farmers for excess produce, this project encourages market-goers to buy extra produce to donate directly to food banks.
How volunteers used advertisement to encourage farmers to donate produce at farmers' markets
How to kick-start a successful donation station for 300+ vendors.
Farmers markets can serve as a hub for collecting donations, not only from farmers but shoppers, too!
Tips on starting a new gleaning program, including assessments and organization.
How to develop a program and manage logistics related to after hour donations, food bank partnership, transportation materials and a method for exchanging materials
In its first year, the PCGP gleaning coordinator tabled and gleaned a weekly farmers market in downtown Tacoma. It was a great way to outreach to local farmers and resulted in 7,300 pounds of gleaned produce, milk and bread for St. Leo’s.