Community Garden Harvest is Donated to the Hungry

The latest project by the Kittery Land Trust is a community garden designed to help local food pantries and organizations struggling to meet the demand for food. Approximately 50 volunteers have harvested and donated more than 500 pounds of produce. The garden is located off Stevenson Road in Kittery, ME on farmland donated by landscaper Jacquelyn Nooney.

Harvests from this garden are helping the most vulnerable in the area – food-insecure families, schoolchildren, unemployed individuals, the homeless. We are grateful that End 68 Hours of Hunger is one of these recipients.

Many area schools, including the Kittery School District continue to feed students through the summer averaging 130 to 150 children a week.

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